10 Ways To Watch 2010 FIFA World Cup Online For Free!

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The 19th FIFA World Cup, spanning over a period of 1 month with 32 competing teams, is commencing on 11 June, 2010 in South Africa. This Football championship, which is widely viewed across the globe and is beyond any language, religion, caste or creed. It is held every four years and was first played in 1930.

In this post i am sharing some links which would enable you to watch live telecast of matches no matter where you are from. You can watch all match online for free, without paying a penny!

  1. Justin.tv
  2. Live Soccer TV
  3. Football On Sat (Not Tested)
  4. Live Soccer TV
  5. AsiaplateTV
  6. Myp2p (Links Under “Now Playing” head)
  7. Setanta-i (Requires Microsoft Silverlight)
  8. ESPN (Not tested)
  9. Live Footy
  10. TvBunch
  11. Atdhe
  12. Watchonlinesoccer (Working – Tested)

In case you experience any link not working or isn’t free then do leave a comment below mentioning its name. And if you are aware of a site besides those mentioned above which provide live FREE telecast of FIFA World Cup matches then do let us know via comments section.

UPDATE: 2 new links (TvBunch and atdhe) have been added courtesy our reader ayan.

UPDATE 2: One more link has been added “Watchonlinesoccer“.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for taking out time to check out the streams. I appreciate that. Regarding streaming links:
    Justintv : Well this is the most reliable of all. And you cant expect to see live channels for free without making any efforts. Most of the time, it provides free streaming without any problems.
    Livesoccertv : I have updated the link.
    Footballonsat : There is nothing wrong in trying out new streams. It might just work. I will remove it in case it doesn’t work.
    Asiaplate : I believe users are intelligent enough to know which ad/link redirects them where.
    Myp2p : The sites providing free streams NEED some money to run. And they do so by showing ads. So, users will have to bear with that.
    Livefooty : Again, there is nothing wrong in trying out a new stream.

    I have updated the links with (some) the ones suggested by you. Thanks for that!

  2. Some extra details about the sites in your list.
    Justin.tv – indeed there will be lots of streams available here for every match, but the downside is that the channels/streams have a limit number for countries. After that limit is reached, and it will be – the users must pay to watch.

    Livesoccertv.com – the page that you are linking to is the draw of the World Cup, that has been in 2009. Although, from what I know, this site offers mostly links to affiliates – that require payed subscription.

    FootballonSat.com – it has lots of ads, and it shouldn’t be there if it’s not tested, especially when there are so many other popular sites that provide streams.

    Livesoccertv.com is added twice – this time you are linking to the right page, but from what I read – they often link to payed streams.

    asiaplate.com – is affiliated with betting sites – and lots of the links that they will provide will be sending users to betting sites – for subscription and live stream in small screen

    Myp2p.eu – is clearly the biggest database on the internet. From what I’ve seen it has links to lots of small sites that are affiliated – they have no ads, but the sites that are linking to are full of ads. Also, not all links that are listed are checked, being more like a forum type.

    ESPN.com – requires sign up and I think it works just in US.

    livefooty.doctor-serv.com – it’s a small anonymous personal site – it’s doubtful – it shouldn’t be in the list.

    My opinion is that you should update the list with these sites, if you want users to recommend this post, or to get what they need when they search for world cup 2010 streams:

    fromsport.com – very nice design, and multiple streams available at the time of the match

    tvbunch.com – it has no ads and very fast loading and multiple streams available. Streams are checked when added, so you won’t find broken streams.

    atdhe.net – they often provide streams in flash player, hosted on Ustream platform

    rojadirecta.org – it has no ads and provides multiple streaming

    tvchannelsfree.com – it provides links to legal streams

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