The FIFA World Cup is approaching, and we are looking forward to the event. Would you like to know more about the event? Visit www.watchworldcup.net.
Just like in 2014, we will continue the success with www.watchworldcup.net. We used that site back then to provide information about the FIFA World Cup, and of course, focusing on how to stream the event online. But, this time we will not only include information on how to stream the FIFA World Cup online, you can also read more about the different groups in the tournament, about the venues, and of course, see detailed schedules telling you when the matches will be played.
We have just published an article about the different groups in the tournament. As you probably know, there will be a total of 32 nations represented, divided into eight groups. In each group the teams will play against all the other teams, meaning that all nations qualified for the tournament will play a minimum of three matches. The two best teams in each group will qualify for the knockout stage, and on July 15th the ultimate winner will be known. Will it be Germany? Or maybe Argentina or Brazil?
Visit www.watchworldcup.net for more information. We will also update our IP Address Guide with more information on how to stream the event online, and some more articles about the FIFA World Cup. But, if you are interested, add www.watchworldcup.net to your bookmarks and check back regularly for information and updates.