World Cup 2014 > the Spain vs Netherlands match can be watched online today at 3 p.m. ET via live stream and a free link shown below. Live from Salvador, Spain vs the Netherlands is the 1st game of the World Cup 2014 Group B. Fans from all over the world want to watch this re-match of the latest World Cup finals. On desktops, laptops, mobile phones or tablets, they can take the opportunity to watch the game Spain vs Holland World Cup 2014 easily and freely.
Friday June 13th 2014, at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador (Brazil), the Spain vs Netherlands game provides a unique opportunity for fans to watch live a re-match of the last finals, with two of the best and most prestigious teams in the wolrd of football association.
Spain vs Netherlands Live Stream
At 3 pm ET, ESPN Network and Univision in the US, ITV1 in the UK and CBC in Canada provide Spain and Netherlands fans with a broadcast of the World Cup 2014 match live stream. Please note that on your desktop, your tablet or your mobile phone, to watch Spain vs Netherlands, the link is here.
A few minutes before the game, visit TechNews.org to know more about the Spain vs Netherlands Live Stream. At 3:00 PM ET, everything will be set for the fans to enjoy the World Cup 2014 biggest clash so far.
The most anticipated contest of the evening is with no doubt the Netherlands Spain match, which most feel will go a long way in determining the Group B championship.
Spain is the defending World Cup champion and top the FIFA rankings. The Spanish have also won the past two Euro tournaments, Spanish golden generation led by Andres Iniesta and Xavi Hernandez would like to start their last campaign with a win in this Spain vs Netherlands game.
Spain vs Netherlands World Cup 2014 Online
Don’t forget that the last 3 matches between Netherlands and Spain have been decided by a 1-0 each time. Today’s Spain vs Netherlands live stream live is a real clash and should be one of the most interesting match-ups of the whole World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Spain and Netherlands fans won’t miss to watch the game live tonight.
Spain vs Netherlands Video Replay Online
As mentioned, Spain beat the Netherlands in the last World Cup final. Andres Iniesta’s goal in the 116 th minute led Spain to its first World Cup title over Netherlands in a 1-0 victory in South Africa 2010. But today’s Spain vs Netherlands match will probably look different. Although Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has no reason to deviate from the fluid 4-3-3 formation, the Spanish side will be different today. In the Netherlands team, the values of ‘Total Football’ have been reinstated with 62-year-old Louis van Gaal at the helm. The former Bayern coach will take charge at Manchester United at the end of the tournament.
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