The FIFA World Cup 2014 game and TV schedule is being made fully available by the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation, or better known as SBS On Demand to the users in Australia. The good news is you don’t need to live in Australia to download the high resolution FIFA World Cup 2014 schedule PDF file, which is being heavily promoted on the sbs.com.au website.
We have included a quick look at the broadcast schedule and game times in the screenshot above, but you can download the high-res PDF picture right here. The image landed on a few Google Plus profiles, which is exactly how we found it and led us to the SBS Android and iPhone app along with their official “On Demand” website.
FIFA World Cup 2014 dates and times for schedule – the times are in AEST, and this explains why the start date is June 13 thanks to this time zone being 9 hours ahead of the UK, as in Europe the first Brazil vs. Croatia World Cup game starts on June 12 (GMT).
If you live in Australia, then we recommend taking a look at the SBS On Demand Android or iOS app that will feature a complete World Cup 2014 schedule, score results, and live streams. They also offer free coverage of the games with on demand services, and you can see the full features via Google play or download the SBS World Game app on Google and Apple app stores.
The FIFA app is the main official download for mobile users and will offer you insight into the 2014 World Cup schedule, breaking news, and a lot more on both Android and iPhone. If you have been using the FIFA app already and have seen it crashing on you, then you might want to read this article that features a full crash report for both iOS and Android.
Feedback from FIFA app users having crashing problems include “Useful, but frequent crasher”, and “The app keeps saying I have a problem with my request, please fix this fast, as the FIFA World Cup is coming really soon”. It looks like there’s been a number of issues and considering the FIFA app hasn’t been updated in a while, we expect a fix for the crashing to release before the World Cup starts.