The 19th FIFA World cup football matches are proceeding successfully in South Africa. Group and pre-quarter matches are already over. Now people are eagerly waiting for the first Quarter match scheduled for today evening. The 8 teams qualified for the Quarter final of FIFA world cup 2010 includes Brazil, Netherlands, Uruguay, Ghana, Argentina, Germany, Paraguay and Spain. ESPN is the official TV and satellite broadcaster of FIFA world cup 2010 in India and a few other countries. However, you can also Watch FIFA world cup 2010 live online using streaming links provided here.
FIFA world cup 2010 Quarter, Semi finals and Final schedule:
Brazil Vs Netherlands live on 2 Jul 7:30pm (IST).
Uruguay Vs Ghana and Argentina Vs Germany live on 3 July 12:00am and 7.30 pm (IST).
Paraguay Vs Spain live on 4 Jul 12:00am (IST).
FIFA world cup 2010 Semi Finals:
TBD vs. TBD 7 Jul 12:00am (IST)
TBD vs. TBD 8 Jul 12:00am (IST)
FIFA World cup Final live on 12 Jul 12:00am IST
Watch FIFA world cup 2010 Quarter, Semi finals and Final live streaming online:
We shared some of these links in our old posts related to online football streaming. They are still useful to watch FIFA world cup 2010 live online.
Watch Live FIFA world cup on ESPN using ATDHE: Proceed to this link and select ESPN. Now install Veetil player, restart and enjoy live streaming.
Ustream: As always, we can expect near good quality FIFA world cup 2010 matches on Ustream channels. Go to Ustream Live section
and search for FIFA world cup 2010.
High quality HD streaming of FIFA world cup 2010 (ESPN) from Lanka world TV HD: Lanka World TV provides above average quality stream for World cup football quarter, Semi finals and Final here.
Watch FIFA world cup 2010 live streaming using Sopcast player:
Download Sopcast player and install it on you computer. After installation, sign in as a anonymous user or register for new account. As you see from above image, select the live football channels broadcasting FIFA world cup 2010 from right plane and start playing. The quality of the stream is not that good, but still its OK.
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