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  1. I should add this too I I BELIEVE I BELIEVE THAT I BELIEVE THAT WE I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN, I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN, I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN
  2. This is the slowest soccer game I have ever watched That was awesome everyone is behind Nigeria
  3. Mixed Reactions from everyone It's just going to be how you see it and who you rooted for
  4. I'll look at the ref forum. To be fair they did deserve a PK in the 1st Half
  5. Was gone today so here's my quick analysts of yesterdays games. Chile definitely deserved to win. I do not think Brazil will go to the final. They are in big trouble. Right now my finals pick is Germany vs Netherlands. I think Columbia has a great chance of beating Brazil. My picks for today are Netherlands 2-1 and Costa Rica in PK
  6. USA-Germany: ESPN’s Second Highest-Rated Men’s World Cup Match Ever & Record Viewership on WatchESPN Combined TV, Digital and Audio Coverage Posts Average Minute Audience Over 12 Million ESPN Telecast Averages 6.7 US HH Rating and 10,771,000 Viewers Match Generates WatchESPN Viewership Records, Provides 10 percent Lift to TV Significant Viewership Growth Leads ESPN to its Most-Viewed and Highest-Rated Group Play Ever Washington, D.C.; New York and San Francisco Highest-Rated Thru 48 Group Play Matches ESPN’s coverage of the United States’ 1-0 loss to Germany in the final day of the 2014 FIFA World Cup group play – Thursday, June 26, at noon ET – generated an average minute audience of more than 12 million people across ESPN’s television, digital and audio platforms. ESPN’s telecast averaged a 6.7 US HH rating and 10,771,000 viewers, making it the second highest-rated, and third most-viewed, men’s World Cup match on ESPN or ESPN2 ever. ESPN’s highest-rated World Cup match – a 9.6 US HH rating for the 2014 USA vs. Portugal contest on Sunday, June 22 – is also the most-viewed soccer match across all US television networks, averaging 18,220,000 viewers. ESPN’s second most-viewed men’s World Cup match – USA vs. Ghana on Monday, June 16, 2014 – averaged 11,093,000 viewers and a 6.3 US HH rating. The match also garnered multiple audience records for WatchESPN, adding an additional 1,050,000 viewers in the average minute audience to ESPN’s telecast. Overall, the WatchESPN coverage had 3,200,000 unique viewers and 143,000,000 live minutes viewed. This accounted for a 10 percent lift to ESPN’s English-language TV audience The telecast also ranks as ESPN’s most-viewed weekday, non-holiday, afternoon program on record. At its highest point, ESPN’s telecast averaged 12,055,000 viewers and a 7.7 US HH rating from 1:30 to 2 p.m. WatchESPN’s peak of 1,700,000 concurrent users set a record for the platform. In addition to television and digital, the USA vs. Germany match generated an estimated audio streaming average minute audience of 239,300. In addition, ESPN.com and ESPNFC.com, led by Thursday’s World Cup matches, set platform records for unique visitors in one day, hitting 19,500,000 and 7,800,000, respectively. ESPN Posts its Largest Audiences for Group Play Ever Overall, ESPN has generated its largest viewership for the 48 opening round World Cup matches ever, averaging 3,540,000 viewers and 2.2 US HH rating for ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC telecasts combined. The 2014 averages also marks significant increases over ESPN’s opening round telecasts in 2010 and 2006: 46 percent and 109 percent (vs. 2,429,000 viewers in 2010 and 1,691,000 in 2006), and 38 percent and 83 percent (vs. 1.6 rating in 2010 and 1.2 in 2006), respectively. In addition, ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC have posted significant audience increases in every key people and male demographic, highlighted by double-digit growth in the 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54 categories. WatchESPN, ESPN.com and ESPNFC.Com Growth Over 2010 WatchESPN is averaging 737,000 viewers and 31,100,000 minutes watched through 48 World Cup matches for increases of 149 percent and 143 percent, respectively. Additional digital highlights: ESPNFC.com is also generating significant usage increases, averaging 4,700,000 daily unique visitors for a 35 percent increase over 2010 and 5,700,000 video starts per day for a 854 percent increase. ESPN.com is seeing 13,700,000 average daily unique visitors (a 38 percent increase from 2010) and 12,800,000 video starts per day (up 170 percent). The SportsCenter app is averaging 3,800,000 daily unique visitors for a 403 percent over 2010 Metered Markets New York led all markets for ESPN’s USA vs. Germany telecast with a 9.7 rating, followed by San Diego (8.6), Sacramento (8.3), Seattle/Tacoma (8.1), Orlando (8.1), Baltimore (8.1), Columbus (8.1), West Palm Beach (7.9), Providence (7.6), San Francisco (7.2) and Austin (7.2). Overall, Washington, D.C., continues to lead all markets for matches on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC through the 48 Group Play matches with a 4.0 average rating, followed by New York (3.7), San Francisco (3.5), Orlando (3.1), Los Angeles (3.1), Hartford/New Haven (3.1), San Diego (3.0), West Palm Beach (2.9), Miami/Fort Lauderdale (2.9), Richmond (2.9), Atlanta (2.9), Boston (2.9) and Columbus (2.9). Upcoming ESPN World Cup Coverage ESPN’s month-long coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil moves to the knockout stages, beginning Saturday, June 28 , with a pair of Round of 16 matches on ABC and WATCH ABC: Brazil vs. Chile (11:30 a.m. ET) and Colombia vs. Uruguay (3:30 p.m. ET). ESPN’s coverage of the United States vs. Belgium on Tuesday, July 1, will begin at 3:30 p.m. ET. That is all.
  7. Well they said they could only ban him up to 24 matches or 2 years. I don't think you can be banned for life unless you fix a match or assault the ref
  8. USA will crush Belgium More good news for US a red card to Belgium after a player tries to crush an ankle
  9. BTW Danny I never heard your experience from your 1 WC game you attended, How was it?
  10. Again Thanks for the Image made by Woo Hoo last day of the group stage I expect many people to be be on here. Will US and Germany battle it out or both play for a draw or will Portugal or Ghana make a miraculous comeback. And who will be The Group G winners opponents. It's going to be a great last day the end of the Group Stage under 2 and a half weeks to the Final!
  11. Current 11 ECU FRA 22 DOMINGUEZ (GK) 1 LLORIS (GK)© 2 GUAGUA 5 SAKHO 3 ERAZO 10 BENZEMA 4 PAREDES 11 GRIEZMANN 6 NOBOA 14 MATUIDI 7 MONTERO 15 SAGNA 10 W. AYOVI 17 DIGNE 13 E. VALENCIA 18 SISSOKO 14 MINDA 19 POGBA 15 ARROYO 21 KOSCIELNY 16 A. VALENCIA © 22 SCHNEIDERLIN
  12. Looks like today is a WC blowout today I don't really care for the next games of course it'll be packed tomorrow
  13. The first athletes have booked their places at the Rio 2016 Games! Three sittting volleyball teams – the Bosnia and Herzegovina men's side and the China and USA women's teams – confirmed their qualification on Friday (20 June) by winning their semi-final matches at the world championships in Elblag, Poland. Iran's men claimed the fourth Rio 2016 spot up for grabs in Poland by wining the bronze medal match against Egypt on Saturday (June 21). Brazil had defeated Iran in their semi-final on Friday, but as the host nation are already guaranteed a place at the Rio Games, it went down to the battle for third place at the world championships. It was the first qualifying event for the first Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in South America. Throughout 2014, athletes from at least 10 Olympic sports and 12 Paralympic sports will earn qualification spots for the greatest sporting event on the planet. In the men's semi-finals, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the gold medal winners at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, overcame Egypt in straight sets (25-11, 25-23, 25-23), before Brazil produced a shock by beating defending world champions Iran 3-2 (25-19, 25-20, 18-25, 15-25, 15-12). In the women's tournament, reigning Paralympic and world champions China were forced to work hard to beat Russia in five sets (25-12, 25-16, 16-25, 20-25, 15-11) in their semi-final. USA, the London silver medallists, assured their qualification by overcoming the Netherlands 3-0 (26-24, 25-15, 25-13). “The competition in Rio will be really top,” said USA's Nichole Millage after the match. “All teams play from their heart and show their best and it will be really good competition. I'm excited.” In Saturday's finals, Bosnia and Herzegovina beat Brazil (25-22, 20-25, 25-7, 28-26) to become men's world champions, while China held on to the women's world title by defeating USA in a fifth-set tie-break (23-25, 25-22, 19-25, 25-21, 17-15). Goalball will be the next sport in which teams confirm their qualification for the Rio 2016 Games. The top three men's and women's teams at the world championships, that will take place between 26 June and 6 July, in Espoo, Finalnd, will be on their way to Rio for the Paralympic Games.
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