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How To Watch The World Cup
Employee Sean Mason hangs decorations and flags outside The Robin Hood public house in Jarrow, England, Monday, June 9, 2014 to create a display for the World Cup 2014 soccer tournament which starts Thursday.  (AP)

Employee Sean Mason hangs decorations and flags outside The Robin Hood public house in Jarrow, England, Monday, June 9, 2014 to create a display for the World Cup 2014 soccer tournament which starts Thursday. (AP)

In case you were interested in watching the upcoming World Cup this summer — and really, why wouldn’t you be interested in watching the World Cup? — we thought it might be useful to have a guide on how to watch the tournament in your spare time / at work / while at home.

Fortunately, the vast assembled forces of the Internet have done a lot of that grunt work for us already, so rather than sample their work with credit, we’ll just direct you to the sources themselves for a guide on how and what to watch.

CNET: How to stream the World Cup

QZ Glass: The World Cup Will Mostly Air On Free TV

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