We have just days to go until the start of the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil. As a result, many of our UK readers are looking for the best World Cup 2014 schedule with UK start times and we have the perfect app to give you the information you need.
With the tournament being held in Brazil, many football fans are asking the important question of what is the time difference between UK and Brazil. The answer to this is Brazil is 4 hours ahead of UK time, meaning that UK fans will have to settle for World 2014 UK kick off times later than what they are used to.
We recently gave you a full heads-up for the World Cup, thanks to FIFA’s official World Cup 2014 schedule PDF format. This highlighted all of the World Cup fixtures and start dates, but for local time in Brazil only.
Now, we offer the easiest way for UK consumers to keep up to date with everything. You can do this by using the BBC Sport iPad app which offers a fantastic visual World Cup 2014 schedule.
This includes the World Cup 2014 timetable for England matches and the World Cup opening game with England Vs Italy on Saturday at 11pm. There’s also a full schedule for every other World Cup match in UK times.
We’ve also spotted that if you log into the BBC website with the same schedule, it will even list which TV channel will show live footage between BBC One and ITV1.
We love using this app personally, but let us know which you intend to use for your World Cup coverage. Will you use the BBC app, or will you keep checking FIFA’s official PDF instead? FIFA may well update their PDF online which could be better for you.