Here’s where you can find the Germany vs Argentina live stream options to watch the 2014 World Cup Final from any device, and pretty much anywhere. If you don’t have cable this will show you where to watch Germany vs Argentina free on your iPhone, iPad or Android.
Fans that want to watch the Germany vs Argentina live can tune in on ABC, WatchESPN and Univision Desportes as well as an option to watch Germany vs Argentina live free of charge if you have WiFi available.
FIFA made sure the Germany vs Argentina game time lands on a Sunday in the afternoon for the U.S., which leave time for millions to tune in and watch. In Germany and Argentina this means a late Sunday night game time, that may convince some viewers to look for a stream instead of watching on a TV.
Unlike most of the recent matches, the Germany vs Argentina game time is 3PM Eastern, 12PM Pacific, with pre-game coverage starting an hour before.
Lionel Messi will lead Argentina against Thomas Mueller, Mesut Özil and the German team that beat USA and trounced Brazil. Germany and Argentina arrive at the World Cup finale from different paths. Germany beat Brazil with a whopping 7-1 showing and Argentina won out in Penalties thanks to Argentina keeper Sergio Romero saving two penalty kicks after a long drawn out match of no goals.
The Germany vs Argentina game is the final World Cup 2014 game, determining the winner and loser of this World Cup tournament. the rest of the teams are already looking to Russia for World Cup 2018 and a long series of qualifiers.
Keep reading to learn how you can watch the Germany vs Argentina live stream on iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac or PC. If you’ll be driving or just can’t watch, you can also listen to live Germany vs Argentina radio coverage with your smartphone. We’ll also show you how to check the Germany vs Argentina score from Siri or Google Now.
While you wait for the Germany vs Argentina live stream to start you can with this video to see how you can prepare for the game. ABC Germany vs Argentina live coverage starts at 2PM Eastern, timed with WatchESPN app coverage and other live coverage of the World Cup final. Be sure to check out these great World Cup apps.
Here are five ways to watch the Germany vs Argentina live stream on your iPhone, iPad or Android and on a computer if that is what you find yourself looking at. The Germany vs Argentina live stream is on one mor
Germany vs Argentina Live Free
If you want to watch the Germany vs Argentina live stream without paying for cable or a satellite subscription you’ll need to rely on UnoTelly. For the World Cup you can get a free subscription to this service that tricks official Germany vs Argentina live stream services and apps into thinking you are in the UK or another country where the stream is free.
If you are on WiFi you can use this for the iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac or PC. You cannot use this on a built-in LTE connection, but if you use your iPhone or Android as a personal hotspot you may be able to pull it off using a connected tablet or computer.
Check out the complete guide to watching the World Cup free.
Germany vs Argentina Live on WatchABC
If you live in Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco you can use WatchABC to see the Germany vs Argentina live stream. Assuming you also have a cable subscription with a small group of providers including, AT&T U-verse, BEK TV, Charter, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DISH, Google Fiber, Midcontinent, Optimum and Verizon FiOS.
WatchESPN offers more options to see the Germany vs Argentina live, but in case it goes down like it did during earlier World Cup games, this is an option other users need to be aware of.
Germany vs Argentina Live on WatchESPN
Even though ESPN will not air Germany vs Argentina live on TV, the WatchESPN app will still show the game, delivering mobile access to millions. This should include the same commentary and access to the Germany vs Argentina game as ABC.
You can watch the teams fight for the World Cup 2014 championship on WiFi, 4G LTE, 4G and even 3G if the video will stream. You’ll need to login to the WatchESPN app with your cable or satellite subscription. WatchESPN works with a large number of cable companies including Time Warner Cable, Comcast and DISH, but not with DirecTV.
If this is your first time, use this guide to set up WatchESPN for the Germany vs Argentina game ahead of time to make sure it works.
Germany vs Argentina Live on Univision Desportes
DirecTV subscribers and spanish speakers will want to use the Univision sports app to watch Germany vs Argentina live. Univision Desportes for the iPhone, iPad or Android lets users watch the game live on mobile devices.
This is the only option for DirecTV subscribers, but it also works with Time Warner and several other companies. Like WatchESPN you’ll need to login with your account info to make this work. You can use this on WiFi, 4G, 4G LTE and slower 3G in most cases.
The commentary is in Spanish, so if you want to hear the English play-by-play you’ll need to use ESPN radio as your audio source.
Germany vs Argentina Live Radio
Finally, if you need to hear the Germany vs Argentina live, but can’t watch on TV or using one of the options above you can use the free ESPN radio app.
Download the ESPN Radio app and tune in at 2:30 Eastern on Sunday July 13th to hear pre-game ahead of the 3PM match start. The app is free as is the service.
If there is no way you can watch the Germany vs Argentina live, you can use Siri and Google Now on iPhone and Android to check the Germany vs Argentina score in a second.
On the iPhone or iPad open Siri by holding the home button and ask, “What’s the Germany vs Argentina score?” Siri will tell you the score and show a small summary.
For Android open Google Now by tapping and sliding up on a home button or by tapping on the search box on your home screen. Say, “Ok Google,” then ask, “What is the Germany Argentina score?” Google Now will show the score, a short summary and any possible highlights. When you open it late you will also see more highlights in Google Now.
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