Info zur WM 2014 Live Übetragung


ESPNU and ESPN3 will carry the entire 2014 Fed­er­a­tion of Inter­na­tional Lacrosse (FIL) World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onship pre­sented by Trusted Choice – over 40 games from DICK’S Sport­ing Goods Park in Den­ver – Thurs­day, July 10, through Sat­ur­day, July 19. Team USA, play­ing a min­i­mum of five games on ESPNU, will join nearly 40 nations in the event.

The United States opens Thurs­day, July 10, against Canada in pool play at 9 p.m. on ESPN2. The game is a rematch of the 2010 cham­pi­onship game, which USA won 1210. ESPNU’s cov­er­age begins with Aus­tralia vs. USA on Sat­ur­day, July 12, at 7 p.m., and ESPN3’s pack­age starts with the Nether­lands vs. China on Fri­day, July 11, at 10 a.m.

Top play­ers in the FIL World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onship include: Bren­dan Mundorf (attack), Paul Rabil (mid­field) and Max Seibald (mid­field) for the United States; Brodie Mer­rill (defense) for Team Canada; and 2014 Tewaara­ton Award win­ners Lyle and Miles Thomp­son (attack) for Team Iroquois. in Aus­tralia and New Zealand, the live stream­ing ser­vice avail­able to ESPN tele­vi­sion sub­scribers, will also carry com­plete live and on-​demand cov­er­age of the World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onships through­out the tour­na­ment. ESPN Player – the company’s sports stream­ing ser­vice for more than 50 coun­tries in Europe, the Mid­dle East and Africa — is also launch­ing a spe­cial chan­nel to cover the World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onships. ESPN Player – World Lacrosse will have exclu­sive cov­er­age of 43 games from the tour­na­ment across the region, includ­ing all pool games for the world’s top six teams (USA, Canada, Eng­land, Aus­tralia, Japan and Iro­quois Nation­als), both semi­fi­nals and the final.

ESPN Player and (Aus/​NZ) are part of ESPN’s grow­ing global dig­i­tal port­fo­lio that includes online and mobile web­sites, apps, stream­ing ser­vices and more. Among the lead­ing ESPN dig­i­tal brands are ESP­N­cricinfo, ESP­NFC, ESP​N​scrum​.com, multi-​sport por­talsESP​N​de​portes​.com, ESPN​.co​.uk and ESPN​.com​.br, Latin Amer­i­can stream­ing ser­vice ESPN Play and more.

Full FIL World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onship Tele­vi­sion Schedule