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Soccer fans have been waiting four years for June 12, the kickoff to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™.
Spain claimed first place in the 2010 soccer (or football, depending on your part of the world) championship matches, and this year, Brazil will be chasing their sixth title with a home field advantage.
Rogers customers will be able to catch every goal, pass and yellow card on their computer, tablet or smartphone throughout the tournament. To watch live:
- on your computer visit RogersAnyplaceTV.com/sports;
- on your tablet visit your Apple or Android app store and download the Rogers Anyplace TV app;
- on your smartphone visit your Apple, Android, Windows, or Blackberry app store and download the Rogers Anyplace TV app
You’ll need to register by visiting RogersAnyplaceTV.com on your computer then enter your MyRogers username and password.
Can’t catch the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ live? Watch the replay on Rogers On Demand, channel 100, or with Rogers Anyplace TV on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Xbox, or LG Smart TV.
Which team will you be cheering on in Brazil?