In less than 2 weeks one of the most important sports completions, Fifa World Cup 2014, will be started in Brazil and 32 qualified countries compete for the world cup.

If you are one of the many who prefer to watch the Fifa World Cup 2014 on their Android devices, then follow this AW Center article to see how you can watch the live streams of all the 64 football matches right from your Android phone or tablet.


In the United States, the entire completion is covered by the ESPN and if you’ve already had the required subscription, on your Android phone or Android tablet via the WatchESPN Android application. This application gives you Access to live streaming video from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPNews and ESPN Deportes.


In the UK, things are quite different as you don’t need to have a cable subscription to watch the Fifa World Cup 2014 on your smart device and it is free. Those who live in the UK (or better to say, those who happen to have a valid UK IP address regardless of where they live) can enjoy following and watching the games via BBC iPlayer application, BBC Sport application and ITV Player application.

So, make sure to have all the 3 applications installed on your Android device to get a comprehensive coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.


In Canada, CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) TV & Radio, TVA Sports, and Sportsnet are the 3 channels with the right to stream all the competitions to their viewers and we are looking for more details to see if they have any plans to broadcast the World Cup 2014 via Android based digital devices or not.


In Australia, SBS Australia - Special Broadcasting Services Corporation has acquired the right to broadcast the World Cup all over the country and we are guessing that their official application, SBS On Demand, may stream the competition to your Android device.


This article will be updated as we get more details about the applications that provide live stream to the Fifa World Cup 2014 completion in Brazil.