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Watch the Confederations Cup 2013 live - Online Streaming and TV Schedules

June 30, 2013 By Angela Asante
Brazil host the world’s champions; exclusive online streaming and TV schedules; when and where to watch all 16 Confederations Cup 2013 matches live between June 15 and June 30

Watch all 16 Confederations Cup 2013 matches live on TV or online in USA, UK, Canada and the worldThe whole world has its eyes fixed on unfolding events in Brazil where the FIFA World Cup will take place next year. This summer, though, the stage has been set for eight nations from six different confederations to battle it out in six cities. 

Brazil were pitched as hosts in Group A against 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup champions Mexico, AFC powerhouse Japan and four-time FIFA World Cup winners Italy. In Group B, minnows Tahiti – 2012 OFC Nations Cup champions – were put against UEFA Euro 2012 kings Spain. La Furia Roja qualified on top of Luis Suarez’s CONMEBOL giants Uruguay while ambitious AFCON 2013 heroes Nigeria had to crash out in the first round.

The 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup is as spicy as one could wish. Do not miss any of the thrilling Confederations Cup matches between June 15 and June 30. Make sure to bookmark this page and check regularly for important channel and TV schedule updates throughout the 2013 Confederations Cup tournament. 

Confederations Cup 2013 Live Streaming and TV Listings: Third-place Final & Grand Finale

Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 12:00pm EST – Watch Uruguay vs Italy live (TLN, ESPN2, Univision, CBC, CBC Sports LIVE, BBC Red Button, TVA Sports, Watch ESPN)


Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 18:00 EST – Watch Brazil vs Spain live (TLN, ESPN, Univision, CBC, CBC Sports LIVE, BBC HD,SBS One Australia, ESPN Mobile TV, TVA Sports, BBC One, Watch ESPN)

*The live streaming and TV schedule info above is restricted to viewers in Canada, UK and USA. Please click on any Confederations Cup 2013 fixture to access’s unparalleled worldwide listings.

As multicultural as the FIFA Confederations Cup is, football fans outside Canada, UK and the United States can get a taste of the fiesta in Brazil. Some of the big television channels around the globe to broadcast live matches of the Confederations Cup 2013 include Al Jazeera Sports HD1 and Al Jazeera Sports +9 (Arabic countries), RTP 1, TeleCinco Espana and TV Slovenija 2 (Europe), SuperSport 3 Africa and SuperSport Select (Africa), Astro SuperSport, CCTV-5 and Star Sports India (Asia), TyC Sports Argentina (Latin America) and many more channels to discover through a simple click on the Confederations Cup 2013 competition page.

Only Argentina and France have had the honour to win all three major FIFA competitions: the Confederations Cup, the Olympic football tournament and the World Cup. Now, only back-to-back European Championship winners Spain could become the third country to achieve that feat this year. 

However, 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup hosts Brazil will want to reaffirm their lost authority in world football. They entered the tournament in the lowest ever position on the FIFA Ranking table. The Brazilians have fallen to 22nd in the world but they burn with desire to scoop their third FIFA Confederations Cup title on the trot in a bid to restore pride and hope ahead of the 2014 World Cup. 

Semi-finals round-up; Third-place final and Grand Finale preview

The Last 4 matchups produced much closer outcomes than most expected. In Belo Horizonte on Wednesday, the Samba Boys sent the home crowd in ecstasy. However, it was not with a mouthful of goals but with a few critical gestures that decided the game in a tense atmosphere. Uruguay had a chance to take the lead from the penalty spot in the first period but Julio Cesar made a heroic save to deny Diego Forlan.

At the other end of the field, Fred broke the deadlock to seal a clever flick by the man of the moment, Neymar. The latter was the centre of attention again – for his petulant behaviour as much as his dazzling runs on the pitch. He literally kissed Uruguay’s Alvaro Gonzalez goodbye before setting up Paulinho’s match winner from a corner.

In the 21-year-old, the Brazilians possess the cheekiness that helped them dominate world football for so long until Spain claimed the throne a few years ago. On Sunday, however, La Furia Roja will be looking to discipline Luiz Felipe Scolari’s young squad to lift the Confederations Cup title for the first time ever. How will Barcelona’s Neymar perform against a host of players whom he will play with or against in La Liga next season?

Before the Confederations Cup 2013 final staged at the Maracaña in Rio de Janeiro, the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador will turn into a festive place. This is where Luis Suarez, Andrea Pirlo and company will seek consolation after losing in the semis. Italy (wounded by their heartbreaking 7-6 penalty shoot-out defeat to the Spaniards) and Uruguay will battle it out for the right to win bronze. But something is certain: one team will go home empty handed, without medals.

Check the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup Live TV, Online, Mobile and Radio Listing Guide for Media Rights Licensees information.




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Group A
Jun 14 11:00amMoscow
Russia vs Saudi Arabia
Jun 15 8:00amYekaterinburg
Egypt vs Uruguay
Jun 19 2:00pmSaint Petersburg
Russia vs Egypt
Jun 20 11:00amRostov-on-Don
Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia
Jun 25 10:00amVolgograd
Saudi Arabia vs Egypt
Jun 25 10:00amSamara
Uruguay vs Russia
Group B
Jun 15 11:00amSaint Petersburg
Morocco vs Iran
Jun 15 2:00pmSochi
Portugal vs Spain
Jun 20 8:00amMoscow
Portugal vs Morocco
Jun 20 2:00pmKazan
Iran vs Spain
Jun 25 2:00pmSaransk
Iran vs Portugal
Jun 25 2:00pmKaliningrad
Spain vs Morocco
Group C
Jun 16 6:00amKazan
France vs Australia
Jun 16 12:00pmSaransk
Peru vs Denmark
Jun 21 8:00amSamara
Denmark vs Australia
Jun 21 11:00amYekaterinburg
France vs Peru
Jun 26 10:00amSochi
Australia vs Peru
Jun 26 10:00amMoscow
Denmark vs France
Group D
Jun 16 9:00amMoscow
Argentina vs Iceland
Jun 16 3:00pmKaliningrad
Croatia vs Nigeria
Jun 21 2:00pmNizhny Novgorod
Argentina vs Croatia
Jun 22 11:00amVolgograd
Nigeria vs Iceland
Jun 26 2:00pmRostov-on-Don
Iceland vs Croatia
Jun 26 2:00pmSaint Petersburg
Nigeria vs Argentina
Group E
Jun 17 8:00amSamara
Costa Rica vs Serbia
Jun 17 2:00pmRostov-on-Don
Brazil vs Switzerland
Jun 22 8:00amSaint Petersburg
Brazil vs Costa Rica
Jun 22 2:00pmKaliningrad
Serbia vs Switzerland
Jun 27 2:00pmMoscow
Serbia vs Brazil
Jun 27 2:00pmNizhny Novgorod
Switzerland vs Costa Rica
Group F
Jun 17 11:00amMoscow
Germany vs Mexico
Jun 18 8:00amNizhny Novgorod
Sweden vs Korea Republic
Jun 23 11:00amRostov-on-Don
Korea Republic vs Mexico
Jun 23 2:00pmSochi
Germany vs Sweden
Jun 27 10:00amKazan
Korea Republic vs Germany
Jun 27 10:00amYekaterinburg
Mexico vs Sweden
Group G
Jun 18 11:00amSochi
Belgium vs Panama
Jun 18 2:00pmVolgograd
Tunisia vs England
Jun 23 8:00amMoscow
Belgium vs Tunisia
Jun 24 8:00amNizhny Novgorod
England vs Panama
Jun 28 2:00pmKaliningrad
England vs Belgium
Jun 28 2:00pmSaransk
Panama vs Tunisia
Group H
Jun 19 8:00amSaransk
Colombia vs Japan
Jun 19 11:00amMoscow
Poland vs Senegal
Jun 24 11:00amYekaterinburg
Japan vs Senegal
Jun 24 2:00pmKazan
Poland vs Colombia
Jun 28 10:00amVolgograd
Japan vs Poland
Jun 28 10:00amSamara
Senegal vs Colombia
Knockout Stage

Round of 16
Jun 30 10:00amKazan
[1C] vs [2D]
Jun 30 2:00pmSochi
[1A] vs [2B]
Jul 1 10:00amMoscow
[1B] vs [2A]
Jul 1 2:00pmNizhny Novgorod
[1D] vs [2C]
Round of 16
Jul 2 10:00amSamara
[1E] vs [2F]
Jul 2 2:00pmRostov-on-Don
[1G] vs [2H]
Jul 3 10:00amSaint Petersburg
[1F] vs [2E]
Jul 3 2:00pmMoscow
[1H] vs [2G]
Quarter Final
Jul 6 10:00amNizhny Novgorod
[W49] vs [W50]
Jul 6 2:00pmKazan
[W53] vs [W54]
Jul 7 10:00amSamara
[W55] vs [W56]
Jul 7 2:00pmSochi
[W51] vs [W52]
Jul 10 2:00pmSaint Petersburg
[W57] vs [W58]
Jul 11 2:00pmMoscow
[W59] vs [W60]
Third place match
Jul 14 10:00amSaint Petersburg
[L61] vs [L62]
Jul 15 11:00amMoscow
Final: FIFA World Cup 2018