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Discussion in 'Women's World Cup' started by FTBL Truth, Sep 7, 2007.
Help... looking to watch games online. Any sites out there?
If you're in Europe you're in luck. Fifa will stream all the matches live on fifa.com. Otherwise, you will only get the highlights of the match a few minutes after the match is played.
Also, you may also check out this website: www.channelsurfing.net scroll midway through the page, and you will see several sports matches scheduled to be streamed. The guy running the site usually posts the streams he's been able to get a few days before it actually starts. You may also want to email him requesting him to find streams for the match. He did it for the u17 games in korea.
also, as it is hosted by china, there may be quite a few able to be seen on the sopcast player. simply google sopcast and download their player. They have chinese sports channels streaming all the time. Just browse them until you find the game you want. CCTV and CCTV 5 are usually the best bets.
Thx... I am in the US ... also saw on a post in another local that you may be able to get ESPN and 2 online.
Quick question: I have a Macbook laptop, and have had some problems getting online streams to work. Which (if any) of the options on rojadirecta.com are compatible with Macs?
Just saw that the CBC in Canada is doing live streams as well...
where is that proxy so us Yank can with CBC streams...?
FIFA.com are doing some select games. They are doing USA vs Korea DPR tomorrow 9am GMT or 5am ET or worse yet 1am PT.
Any of the streams in English?
The one's from CBC will be. They'll probably have French streams available somewhere too.
Some Canadian proxies
Those are two I know of. There may be more, perhaps check some of the U-20 WC threads.
http://www.cbcsports.ca will have all games available for streaming plus full-game VOD service sometime after the games are completed.
For those not familiar with CBC it is a government owned broadcaster with terrific sports coverage and a history of excellence in sports coverage. During Olympics (especially Winter) it isn't uncommon for host broadcasters to have CBC come in and help set-up broadcast infrastructure.
try espn 360 online