Find the latest World Cup 2014 match results
There are some big games to follow live in the Group Stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, with the likes of Spain v Netherlands, Belgium v Russia, Germany v Portugal and England's three group games against Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica of course. It is not always possible to get yourself in front of a tv while matches are happening live, but you can still keep up with World Cup 2014 Live Scores right here on the internet at Online-Betting.me.uk.
Not only can you follow the live scores from our pages but you can also take the live scores on the go with you thanks to our free mobile app. Just download the app (available for both Android and Apple devices) and you can get all the latest score updates delivered right to your fingertips wherever you are. Along with the live scores, you can also read the latest news from the FIFA World Cup, get betting tips on the matches coming up, receive betting advice and also grab the opportunity to take as much value that you can for your betting with free World Cup bets.
There is another huge benefit of being able to keep up with live scores and that is live in-play betting. Imagine yourself dipping into the Argentina v Bosnia match on June 15th in Rio and seeing the scoreline in favour of the Europeans with 25 minutes left on the clock. How many punters would take the opportunity to jump into live betting and back the likes of Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi to turn the match around in the final stages for a nice bit of value? Without knowledge of the live scores, then you could be missing out on some football betting profit from the 2014 World Cup.
In total at the tournament, which runs from June 12th through July 13th, there will be a total of 64 matches played, with the thirty two participating nations getting whittled down to the final two, which will face off against each other at the famous Maracana in Rio on July 13th. That is a lot of live scores to keep up with and for the first time, this World Cup will be using goal-line technology. England fans will be wondering where it was four years ago in South Africa as they were denied a Frank Lampard strike against Germany. What impact will the technology have on World Cup 2014 Live Scores?