Jun 21, 2014; Manaus, BRAZIL; Detailed view of an official FIFA World Cup soccer ball from Adidas at the Portugal press conference prior to team training at Arena Amazonia. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

World Cup TV schedule: How and what to watch on Sunday, June 22

Belgium vs. Russia, 11:30 a.m. ET

TV Info: ABC, BBC One  (UK), Univision (Spanish)
Radio Info: Sirius XM FC, BBC Radio 5 Live (UK)
Live Stream: Watch ESPN / BBC iPlayer (UK) / Univision Deporte en Vivo (Spanish)

Stakes: First place in the group is up for grabs in this one. Belgium would take a commanding lead with a win, and Russia would move ahead of Belgium and into first place depending on what happens in the South Korea vs Algeria game.

South Korea vs. Algeria, 2:30 p.m. ET

TV Info: ABC, ITV1 (UK), Univision (Spanish)
Radio Info: Sirius XM FC
Live Stream: Watch ESPN / ITV Player (UK) / Univision Deporte en Vivo (Spanish)

Stakes: Algeria would basically be eliminated with a loss, South Korea could move into either second of first place depending on the Belgium-Russia game.

United States vs. Portugal, 5:30 p.m. ET

TV Info: ESPN, BBC One  (UK), Univision (Spanish)
Radio Info: Sirius XM FC, BBC Radio 5 Live (UK)
Live Stream: Watch ESPN / BBC iPlayer (UK) / Univision Deporte en Vivo (Spanish)

Information from FIFA.comBBCITVESPN Media ZoneBleacher Report (UK)Wall Street Journal’s Market WatchUnivision and Univision Schedule

Stakes: The United States would punch their ticket to the next round with a win over Portugal, and Cristiano Ronaldo’s team would be eliminated.

Must Watch Game:

It goes without saying that the United Sates vs Portugal game is the must watch game of the day. It has the most at stake and it also has the star power a casual fan would want, like Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

Plus, it is the United States.

Tags: Belgium Soccer Portugal Soccer Russia Soccer South Korea Soccer USMNT World Cup

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