Where will you be viewing it from? Are the matches well timed, for your time zone or will your sleep pattern be seriously inflicted upon? - Is anyone in South Africa to see the matches?
I'll be in Ukraine for the first few games, then in England until the end of the group stage, Scotland (with no TV) for the quarter finals, England again for the semis, and Ukraine again for the final.
If England make the quarter finals (and if I find a bar in Scotland) I'll watch my country play in three different countries - can anyone beat that?
Fortunately the England games kick off later in the day, so for us ex-pats out in the New World, it isn't so bad.
I'll be in Vancouver, Canada for the first England game... Montana, USA for the third...somewhere
in the Canadian Rocky Mountains in-between for the second. La Crosse, Wisconsin and then Chicago for the early Knockout phase, then down to Mancora Beach, Peru and southern Ecuador when Steven Gerrard lifts the trophy!
My daughter and I will be going to the world cup!!!!!!....we leave Saturday and have tickets to 5 mnatches. With her mother being brasilian, me being from USA and she being born in Italy we have plenty of teams to root for. First match will be USA v Slovenia then Brasil v Ivory Coast, then brasil v Portugal, followed by a R16 and quarterfinal game....cannot wait....intersting situation....we will be watching the USA V England game at the Miami airport before we board our flight to London (1st stop). Should be an "interesting" flight!!!!!
Jason, are you in Lima around the 11thJuly...we will be in the Peru from 9th to 13th July....we'll, Jon, Belgium is not qualify...as usual I could say...we'll in few coutnries, 3 continents during the all event.
I'll be watching the first England game somewhere in Washington DC, the 2nd at JFK (if possible), the 3rd in Zion National Park (again, if there is a tv wih it on)! The rest of the games I will watch en route from Vegas to Miami by car... should be around New Orleans for the final
HaHa! That football song is playing on the radio(in Munich, Germany). Football's comming home... It apparently drives the British fans nuts, when the Germans sing it, because they consider it theirs. :D
Now there is a German football song playing. How do they manage to write those songs so badly!
We're Aussie/Kiwi and will be in Turkey for the first two games. Then we're heading to Scotland, then England, Ireland, then back to England for the finals (err, by which point we might have to join in the national mourning for the English team). We are both big fans and love the World Cup. This time though, we'll be in an acceptable time frame and season for watching.....no more frosty 4am starts with a cup of coffee!!
I'll be in Seoul, Korea to see the Korea vs. Greece game. Wearing the Reds
to support Korea~ The weather's supposed to be rainy.
Back in 2002, the red dye from fans' shirts began coloring the stadium floors under the rain as fans withstood the weather and "bled" for their country. So excited for all the passion, games, and celebrations from every country!!
In North Korea for most of it and then Canada, although I guess I wont be spending much time in front of the TV screen then 😊
I watched the opening match between Mexico and South Africa in Mexico! Sooo much fun!!! :D
Glad to hear so much fun there, 😊
If I could be there...
I watched the USA vs England game in Dupont Circle in Washington. A few English amongst thousands of Americans, great fun. Ive put some more about it and photos in my blog http://www.travelblog.org/North-America/United-States/District-of-Columbia/Washington-D.C./blog-506364.html