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World Cup on ESPN

June 4, 2010

South Africa Nightly

SoccernetSouth Africa Nightly with Ray Stubbs
ESPN is set to broadcast an originally-produced show - South Africa Nightly - throughout the 2010 FIFA World Cup, direct from South Africa. Hosted by ESPN's Ray Stubbs, South Africa Nightly will capture, reflect, and deliver hard-hitting opinions from journalists, players, fans and coaches, and will be the first word on the next day of the World Cup.

It will report the news and stories from each day, bring viewers original feature stories, and follow the journey of the England team as they bid to bring home the World Cup for the first time since 1966.

Launching on June 10, the eve of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, each 30-minute episode will be anchored by Stubbs on-site in Johannesburg, where he will host guests at a specially-designed studio in Nelson Mandela Square. ESPN's Darrell Currie will provide daily reports as he follows the Three Lions' bid to navigate their way out of an opening group stage comprising United States, Slovenia and Algeria. Further details

This will be available on all ESPN channels globally


Soccernet Press Pass World Cup Edition

Join the Press Pass team and a raft of special guests as they take a daily look the action in South Africa. We follow and analyse all the big stories and talking points from the greatest show on earth.

This will be available on all ESPN channels globally


ESPN Classic

Classic World Cup all month on ESPN Classic. With its schedule packed full of FIFA World Cup official films, classic matches and documentaries, ESPN Classic is your number 1 choice for nostalgia. Relive the greatest moments from World Cup history every night including official World Cup films, classic matches, documentaries and player profiles.

You can also catch clips of the very best World Cup moments from the last 40 years online, here.

This will be available on all ESPN Classic channels in Europe