SiriusXM Announces Coverage of 2014 FIFA World Cup
Subscribers nationwide get every match live from Brazil
Plus daily talk and analysis from John Harkes, Tony Meola, Ray Hudson and others throughout the tournament on SiriusXM FC, channel 94
English language broadcasts of all
In addition to live match broadcasts, SiriusXM FC, channel 94, SiriusXM's exclusive 24/7 soccer channel, will offer listeners in-depth news, talk and analysis throughout the tournament.
SiriusXM listeners will hear ESPN's lead broadcast team of JP Dellacamera and
On SiriusXM FC, listeners will get exclusive analysis from an exceptional roster of hosts that includes National Soccer Hall of Famer
In addition to SiriusXM FC's regular lineup of weekday/weekend shows, listeners will get the daily pre-game show World Cup Kickoff leading up to each day's matches. After the last match concludes, SiriusXM FC will provide a full recap of the day's results on World Cup Tonight.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup, contested by 32 national teams, will take place from
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