2014 FIFA World Cup ESPN Quarterfinals Schedule

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2014 FIFA World Cup ESPN Quarterfinals Schedule

ESPN’s month-long coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will continue with the quarterfinals, beginning Friday, July 4, with France vs. Germany at 11:30 a.m. ET on ESPN2 . Jon Champion and Stewart Robson will call the action from Rio de Janeiro, while Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth will describe the match for ESPN Radio. France will make its first appearance in the quarterfinals since 2006, while Germany will look to reach the semifinals for a record fourth consecutive World Cup.  Later Friday, host nation Brazil will face Colombia in Fortaleza at 3:30 p.m. on ESPN with Ian Darke and Steve McManaman providing commentary, while Ross Dyer and Shep Messing describe the action for ESPN Radio.

On Saturday, July 5, four-time FIFA World Player of the Year Leo Messi and Argentina will face Belgium on ABC (11:30 a.m.).  Both squads are coming off late-game victories in extra time.  Also Saturday, Netherlands will play the last CONCACAF team in the tournament, Costa Rica, at 3:30 p.m. on ESPN. Each quarterfinal match will also be available on ESPN3, WatchESPN or WATCH ABC, and ESPN Radio.   FIFA World Cup Media Kit

FIFA World Cup 2nd Stage – Quarterfinals

Date Time (ET) Network Matchup Site Match #
Fri, Jul 4 11:30 a.m. ESPN2 France vs. Germany
TV: Jon Champion and Stewart Robson
Radio: Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth
Rio de Janeiro 58
  3:30 p.m. ESPN Brazil vs. Colombia
TV: Ian Darke and Steve McManaman
Radio: Ross Dyer and Shep Messing
Fortaleza 57
Sat, Jul 5 11:30 a.m. ABC Argentina  vs. Belgium
TV: Derek Rae and Kasey Keller
Radio: Dyer and Messing
Brasilia 60
  3:30 p.m. ESPN Netherlands vs. Costa Rica
TV: Adrian Healey and Alejandro Moreno
Radio: JP Dellacamera and Smyth
Salvador 59

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I handle PR for ESPN Radio, espnW, technology, remote operations and soccer. I received my undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and my Master’s degree from the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.
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