Forget about expensive cable TV subscription packages, this guide will show you how to watch just about any World Cup soccer game for FREE!
With the World Cup 2010 South Africa soccer tournament well underway it’s important that soccer fans know how to tune into their favorite games, especially those following countries other than where they live.
By following the 3 easy steps below you can watch soccer matches that may not be popular enough for broadcast TV, or games that aren’t televised in local markets.
1. GO to MyP2P
This is the place where all of the available World Cup 2010 South Africa soccer matches will be listed by date and time with links to connect to the live streams for each of them.
2. PICK THE GAME YOU WANT TO WATCH
As you can see in the picture below I’m about to select South Korea vs Greece.
3. SELECT A PROGRAM TO WATCH IT WITH
There are basically 3 different programs you’ll need to install to make sure that you’ll be able to watch every available game, for it sometimes varies according to each broadcast.
Here they are:
- TVU Player
- SopCast (WINDOWS ONLY) – (Direct link > http://www.sopcast.references.tv/d2/SopCast-3.2.4.zip)
Here in the picture below you will see that links are note yet listed because the matches have to yet to begin. The page will update and they will appear before the match begins.
Keep in mind that he quality of streams varies so you may want to test out a few before you kick up your feet and grab a cold beer. Each stream has a different bitrate quality and rating as voted on by active viewers to help you decide.
Enjoy, and “Go Team USA! ” Win a few games then go fishing in Alaska!