ESPN FC Presents ‘Ultimate XI: Brazil 2014’

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ESPN FC Presents ‘Ultimate XI: Brazil 2014’

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Fans Worldwide to Vote on Best Players Competing in the FIFA 2014 World Cup

ESPNFC_UltimateXI_Vote_ENGESPN FC today kicks off Ultimate XI: Brazil 2014, a week-long, worldwide vote in English and Spanish language hosted by ESPN FC that will give fans the power to vote for the best manager and position players competing in the 2014 FIFA World Cup within the popular 4-3-3 formation.  Fans can cast their votes now at ESPNFC.com/UltimateXI or ESPNFC.com/ElMejor11, where they’ll also be able to access a side-by-side comparison of managers’ and players’ bios and stats.

ESPN FC will devote daily segments debating the merits of the players who should be included via telecasts where available and video clips directly within the ESPNFC.com vote page, as well as social debate on @ESPNFC around the selections.  Additionally, ESPN Deportes, Fuera De Juego and #REDES will cover the vote on its Spanish-language platforms.

The vote will conclude on Friday, April 18 with a special Ultimate XI: Brazil 2014 reveal show live on ESPNFC.com at 12 p.m. ET.

ESPN FC is ESPN’s multi-language, multi-country and multiplatform soccer brand.  In its first year, ESPNFC.com grew to be the no. 1 soccer-specific site in the U.S., consistently leading the way in terms of audience.  The site also features influential voices and quality coverage from renowned international soccer journalists Gabriele Marcotti, Roger Bennett, Iain Macintosh, James Horncastle, Michael Cox, Jeff Carlisle, Fernando Duarte, Tim Vickery and others.

In the US, the Sunday edition (12 midnight ET) of ESPN FC on TV is a one-hour program – wrapping up the best highlights, news, reactions and opinions, from the weekend’s soccer action while looking ahead to what the results mean to the teams and their respective leagues.  Monday through Friday (5:30 p.m., ESPN2), the program in the US airs for 30-minute editions each day, highlighting the biggest news and issue of the day in soccer.

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Kristie Adler

Kristie is Director of Communications. She graduated from Penn State University and is based in New York City.
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