World Cup Schedule: Start Times and Fixtures from Google

By Alan Ng - Jun 10, 2010

For those of you searching for the best schedule for this year’s World Cup in South Africa, have you noticed Google’s search results? We have spotted that the company has added a very useful mini schedule to their search results by typing in the words ‘world cup schedule’.

Once you do that, you’ll see that Google lists the next upcoming fixtures for the World Cup, as well as their start times – which is the local time in South Africa if you didn’t know. Since the tournament is yet to start, Google has listed tomorrow’s opening games between South Africa and Mexico, along with Uruguay Vs France later in the evening.

Below the fixtures, you’ll find each team and their corresponding group. It is not much by Google, but certainly very helpful. Especially good for those of you travelling home from work and want a quick update on start times for the matches.

Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think of it. Do you find this useful or not?

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  • JillwithaJ

    Love the format of the Google Schedule. What would be even more useful is a schedule for the WHOLE tournament in the same format. Have they done one?