Your favorite station today is going to be ESPN2. They have the first match at 9 AM and the third at 3 PM. ESPN has the match between two sides that could win it all. Spanish language coverage is on the Univision family, which means you could even be able to watch today's games over-the-air. ESPN Radio and Sirius XM have radio coverage if you can't use video.
|9:00 a.m.||WORLD CUP||Mexico vs. Cameroon||ESPN2|
|12:00 p.m.||WORLD CUP||Spain vs. Netherlands||ESPN|
|3:00 p.m.||WORLD CUP||Chile vs. Australia||ESPN2
For Mexico (America's most popular team) this is a must win. It's not that Brazil looks unbeatable, it's just that El Tri is in a group where any of the non-Brazils can advance. Cameroon is in the same boat. But they aren't really popular in the US.
Match two is the big one today. Two traditional powers with modern rivarly and historical ties. Here's the thing. Group B is so good that the Netherlands aren't expected to make the knockouts. Hopefully an MMA bout doesn't break out in the noon game.
The other Group B game should be a blow-out. Australia just isn't as good as Chile, and Chile is on their home continent. For the MLS fan you can watch Cahill, so that will be neat. Or not. Chile's really good.
Good news. No more creepy Ents celebrating soccer or something.