Watch World Cup 2010: Post Photos Online

There are a number of websites offering you the chance to watch the World Cup 2010 online, most of these will be streaming services that are not legal, but those such as ITV and the BBC are safe for you to watch. To help celebrate the biggest sporting event is a new FIFA ‘Fan of the Tournament’ competition.

So while you are having fun with your friends watching the latest match you can upload your wild photos onto the FIFA website via your cell phone or the official website in the hope of being picked as the winner.

Just upload your image of you enjoying yourself supporting your country or any other team — just remember that only one photo per day can be uploaded. The competition runs from June 11, 2010 to June 25, 2010.

As for watching the 2010 World Cup online it is not just the two websites that we mentioned above, there are a number of websites for each country, the best thing to do it visit the website of the TV channel that is showing the chosen match.

Tell us what site you are using to watch the 2010 FIFA World Cup

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Written by Peter Chubb

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