by Bill Disbrow

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – If you are one of the suckers that can’t watch World Cup 2014 with friends you have two options: Get a job at CBS and they give you a TV at your desk OR you can just stream the games online via a couple of major broadcasters, ESPN and Univision.

ESPN is requiring fans to login with their cable subscription info, and DirectTV users will not have access. Their online coverage will offer multiple languages and alternate camera angles.

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Spanish language Univision promises to offer all games leading up to the quarterfinals for free here. They’ve also rolled out an iPhone and Android app that offers live video and highlights.

Get the full slate of games and Bay Area angles on World Cup 2014 right here.

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