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World Cup 2010 Schedule
June 7th, 2010 8:19PM

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[DATEBOOK] The 2010 World Cup kicks off Friday in South Africa. Here's the complete television schedule with information on online and mobile viewing.

ONLINE: Most games will be available online at ESPN3 (formerly ESPN360.com). Univision will offer live streaming at futbol.univision.com.

MOBILE: Most games will be available on ESPN Mobile TV on many mobile carriers. Univision Móvil will provide live streaming to Verizon Wireless V CAST subscribers where available.

REPLAYS: ESPN Classic will re-air all 64 matches. Each matchday, between 6 p.m. and midnight ET, the network will present all the matches played earlier that day. ESPN and ESPN2 will air the best match of the day on select nights. Spanish-language Telefutura and Galavision will also replay games in the evening.

Note: All times ET. They are kickoff times. All networks will begin coverage with pre-game shows of varying duration.

Group A
June 11 in Johannesburg, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
South Africa vs. Mexico
June 11 in Cape Town, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/Univision
Uruguay vs. France
June 16 in Pretoria, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/Univision
South Africa vs. Uruguay
June 17 in Polokwane, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/Univision
France vs. Mexico
June 22 in Rustenburg, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Mexico vs. Uruguay
June 22 in Bloemfontein, 10 a.m. ESPN2/TeleFutura
France vs. South Africa

Group B
June 12 in Johannesburg, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Argentina vs. Nigeria
June 12 in Port Elizabeth, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
South Korea vs. Greece
June 17 in Bloemfontein, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Greece vs. Nigeria
June 17 in Johannesburg, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Argentina vs. South Korea
June 22 in Durban, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/TeleFutura
Nigeria vs. South Korea
June 22 in Polokwane, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/Univision
Greece vs. Argentina

Group C
June 12 in Rustenburg, 2:30 pm. ABC/Univision
England vs. USA
June 13 in Polokwane, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Algeria vs. Slovenia
June 18 in Johannesburg, 10 am. ESPN/Univision
Slovenia vs. USA
June 18 in Cape Town, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/Univision
England vs. Algeria
June 23 in Port Elizabeth, 10 a.m. ESPN2/TeleFutura
Slovenia vs. England
June 23 in Pretoria, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
USA vs. Algeria

Group D
June 13 in Durban, 2:30 p.m. ABC/Univision
Germany vs. Australia
June 13 in Pretoria, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Serbia vs. Ghana
June 18 in Port Elizabeth, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Germany vs. Serbia
June 19 in Rustenburg, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Ghana vs. Australia
June 23 in Johannesburg, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/Univision
Ghana vs. Germany
June 23 in Nelspruit, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/TeleFutura
Australia vs. Serbia

Group E
June 14 in Johannesburg, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Netherlands vs. Denmark
June 14 in Bloemfontein, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Japan vs. Cameroon
June 19 in Durban, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Netherlands vs. Japan
June 19 in Pretoria, 2:30 p.m. ABC/Univision
Cameroon vs. Denmark
June 24 in Rustenburg, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/TeleFutura
Denmark vs. Japan
June 24 in Cape Town, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/Univision
Cameroon vs. Netherlands

Group F
June 14 in Cape Town, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
Italy vs. Paraguay
June 15 in Rustenburg, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
New Zealand vs. Slovakia
June 20 in Bloemfontein, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Slovakia vs. Paraguay
June 20 in Nelspruit, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Italy vs. New Zealand
June 24 in Johannesburg, 10 a.m. ESPN/TeleFutura
Slovakia vs. Italy
June 24 in Polokwane, 10 a.m. ESPN2/Univision
Paraguay vs. New Zealand

Group G
June 15 in Port Elizabeth, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Ivory Coast vs. Portugal
June 15 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
Brazil vs. North Korea
June 20 in Johannesburg, 2:30 p.m. ABC/Univision
Brazil vs. Ivory Coast
June 21 in Cape Town, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Portugal vs. North Korea
June 25 in Durban, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Portugal vs. Brazil
June 25 in Nelspruit, 10 a.m. ESPN2/TeleFutura
North Korea vs. Ivory Coast

Group H
June 16 in Nelspruit, 7:30 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Honduras vs. Chile
June 16 in Durban, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Spain vs. Switzerland
June 21 in Port Elizabeth, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
Chile vs. Switzerland
June 21 in Johannesburg, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/Univision
Spain vs. Honduras
June 25 in Pretoria, 2:30 p.m. ESPN/Univision
Chile vs. Spain
June 25 in Bloemfontein, 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/TeleFutura
Switzerland vs. Honduras

Second Round
(Game 49): June 26 in Port Elizabeth, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
1A vs. 2B
(Game 50): June 26 in Rustenburg, 2:30 pm. ABC/Univision
1C vs. 2D
(Game 51): June 27 in Bloemfontein, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
1D vs. 2C
(Game 52): June 27 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ABC/Univision
1B vs. 2A
(Game 53): June 28 in Durban, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
1E vs. 2F
Game 54): June 28 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
1G vs. 2H
(Game 55): June 29 in Pretoria, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
1F vs. 2E
(Game 56): June 29 in Cape Town, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
1H vs. 2G

Quarterfinals
(Game 57): July 2 in Port Elizabeth, 10 a.m. ESPN/Univision
W53 vs. W54
(Game 58): July 2 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
W49 vs. W50
(Game 59): July 3 in Cape Town, 10 a.m. ABC/Univision
W52 vs. W51
(Game 60): July 3 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ABC/Univision
W55 vs. W56

Semifinals
(Game 61): July 6 in Cape Town, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
W58 vs. W57
(Game 62): July 7 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ESPN/Univision
W59 vs. W60

Third-Place Game
July 10 in Port Elizabeth, 2:30 pm. ABC/Univision
L61 vs. L62

Final
July 11 in Johannesburg, 2:30 pm. ABC/Univision
W61 vs. W62



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