FIFA World Cup 2010

Thursday, 1 July 2010, 10:35PM – 11:05PM on ITV1

World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years

As the nation’s eyes are directed towards South Africa for the 2010 World Cup World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years relives the excitement, the sights and the sounds of four fantastic footballing summers from recent years ��” 1986, 1998, 2002 and 2006.

From Mexico ’86, when Bobby Robson’s squad encountered Diego Maradona’s notorious Hand of God; through to France ’98 when England’s tournament ended in heartbreak after David Beckham was sent off against Argentina and Glen Hoddle’s side lost on penalties to their old enemy; Japan and Korea 2002, when Sven-Goran Eriksson took charge of the side; and Germany 2006, when the WAGs rather than the football dominated the headlines and England’s fortunes faltered against Portugal and a winking Ronaldo.

Wednesday, 30 June 2010, 10:35PM – 11:05PM on ITV1

World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years

As the nation’s eyes are directed towards South Africa for the 2010 World Cup World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years relives the excitement, the sights and the sounds of four fantastic footballing summers from recent years ��” 1986, 1998, 2002 and 2006.

From Mexico ’86, when Bobby Robson’s squad encountered Diego Maradona’s notorious Hand of God; through to France ’98 when England’s tournament ended in heartbreak after David Beckham was sent off against Argentina and Glen Hoddle’s side lost on penalties to their old enemy; Japan and Korea 2002, when Sven-Goran Eriksson took charge of the side; and Germany 2006, when the WAGs rather than the football dominated the headlines and England’s fortunes faltered against Portugal and a winking Ronaldo.

Monday, 28 June 2010, 9:30PM – 10:00PM on ITV1

World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years

As the nation’s eyes are directed towards South Africa for the 2010 World Cup World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years relives the excitement, the sights and the sounds of four fantastic footballing summers from recent years ��” 1986, 1998, 2002 and 2006.

From Mexico ’86, when Bobby Robson’s squad encountered Diego Maradona’s notorious Hand of God; through to France ’98 when England’s tournament ended in heartbreak after David Beckham was sent off against Argentina and Glen Hoddle’s side lost on penalties to their old enemy; Japan and Korea 2002, when Sven-Goran Eriksson took charge of the side; and Germany 2006, when the WAGs rather than the football dominated the headlines and England’s fortunes faltered against Portugal and a winking Ronaldo.

Saturday, 26 June 2010, 2:30PM – 5:15PM on ITV1

Saturday 26 June at 2.30pm: Teams tbc
Saturday 26 June at 6.45pm: Teans tbc
Sunday 27 June at 2.30pm: Teams tbc
Sunday 27 June at 7pm: Teams tbc
Monday 28 June at 2.30pm: Teams tbc
Monday 28 June at 7pm: Teams tbc
Tuesday 29 June at 2.30pm: teams tbc
Tuesday 29 June at 7pm: Teams tbc
Friday 2 July at 7pm: Teams tbc

2:15pm Wednesday 23 June on BBC ONE and BBC HD

It could be crunch time for Fabio Capello’s men as England play their final group match against Slovenia, with a place in the last 16 at stake (live coverage of the 2010 Fifa World Cup continues throughout the week as the group games enter their final stages)

More Than One Million Viewers Interact With ITV Live Across First Week of the FIFA World Cup 2010

ITV Live the brand new dual-screen initiative from ITV.com has attracted more than one million users in its first week.

The exclusive live online companion, which builds on the growing trend of enjoying the action on the big screen while interacting online, combines action replays, real-time statistics, voting tools and instant comments from fans and experts, with live video all, in one online hub. Users can select from a range of tools including event highlights; statistics -provided by OPTA; voting, polls and chat.

Across the first seven days of the competition the ITV Live experience saw a peak of 204k unique users for the Holland v Denmark match and an average of 130k unique users across all ITV games.

Across the two peak-time England matches so far the service saw 90k unique users for England v USA and 121k unique users for England v Algeria.

Ben McOwen Wilson, Director of Online and Interactive, ITV said: “We are thrilled that over a million football fans have enjoyed ITV Live so far and are very proud of being the only UK broadcaster offering this level of dual-screen experience for the FIFA World Cup 2010. ITV Live is a revolutionary proposition and as such we are refining the user experience daily as we learn more about how fans want to interact with this event.”

ITV Live has been built and designed in partnership with live social TV specialists Monterosa, alongside Origin Digital. ITV and partners have worked closely with Akamai to optimise content delivery on ITV Live through their High Demand (HD) network.

 

Sunday, 20 June 2010, 10:00PM – 10:30PM on ITV1

World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years

As the nation’s eyes are directed towards South Africa for the 2010 World Cup World Cup Rock’n’Goal Years relives the excitement, the sights and the sounds of four fantastic footballing summers from recent years ��” 1986, 1998, 2002 and 2006.

From Mexico ’86, when Bobby Robson’s squad encountered Diego Maradona’s notorious Hand of God; through to France ’98 when England’s tournament ended in heartbreak after David Beckham was sent off against Argentina and Glen Hoddle’s side lost on penalties to their old enemy; Japan and Korea 2002, when Sven-Goran Eriksson took charge of the side; and Germany 2006, when the WAGs rather than the football dominated the headlines and England’s fortunes faltered against Portugal and a winking Ronaldo.

Saturday, 19 June 2010, 12:00PM – 2:35PM on ITV1

Here are the fixtures Saturday 19 to Friday 25 June.

Saturday 19 June
Holland v Japan12.00
Matt Smith presents Holland v Japan from Durban. Matt is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids and Robbie Earle. Commentary from Jon Champion.

Cameroon v Denmark 19.00
Adrian Chiles presents Cameroon v Denmark from Pretoria. Adrian is joined in the studio by Lucas Radebe, Gareth Southgate and Andy Townsend. Commentary from Peter Drury.

Sunday 20 June
Italy v New Zealand 14.30
Adrian Chiles presents Italy v New Zealand from Nelspruit. Adrian is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids, Marcel Desailly and Patrick Viera. Commentary from Clive Tyldesley.

Monday 21 June
Spain v Honduras 19.00
Adrian Chiles presents Spain v Honduras from Johannesburg. Adrian is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids, Kevin Keegan and Marcel Desailly. Commentary from Peter Drury.

Tuesday 22 June
France v South Africa 14.30 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents France v South Africa from Bloemfontein. Adrian is joined in the studio by Marcel Desailly, Lucas Radebe and Andy Townsend. Commentary from Jon Champion.

Mexico v Uruguay 14.30 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Mexico v Uruguay from Rustenburg. Adrian is joined in the studio by Marcel Desailly, Lucas Radebe and Andy Townsend. Commentary from Peter Drury.

Wednesday 23 June
Ghana v Germany 19.00 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Ghana v Germany from Johannesburg. Adrian is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids, Kevin Keegan and Marcel Desailly. Commentary from Clive Tyldesley.

Australia v Serbia 19.00 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Australia v Serbia from Nelspruit. Adrian is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids, Kevin Keegan and Marcel Desailly. Commentary from Ian Croker.

Thursday 24 June
Paraguay v New Zealand 14.30 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Paraguay v New Zealand from Polokwane. Adrian is joined in the studio by Gareth Southgate and Andy Townsend. Commentary from Ian Croker.

Slovakia v Italy 14.30 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Slovakia v Italy from Johannesburg. Adrian is joined in the studio by Gareth Southgate and Andy Townsend. Commentary from Peter Drury.

Friday 25 June
Chile v Spain 19.00 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Chile v Spain from Pretoria. Adrian is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids, Gareth Southgate and Lucas Radebe. Commentary from Clive Tyldesley.

Switzerland v Honduras 19.00 (ITV1 or ITV4)
Adrian Chiles presents Switzerland v Honduras from Bloemfontein. Adrian is joined in the studio by Edgar Davids, Gareth Southgate and Lucas Radebe.

2.30pm Saturday 12 June on BBC ONE

BBC Television continues live coverage of the 2010 Fifa World Cup throughout the week and offers comprehensive daily highlights as well as reruns of England’s games against the USA and Algeria

Friday, 11 June 2010, 1:00PM – 5:00PM on ITV1

Adrian Chiles presents the opening ceremony and first match of the 2010 FIFA World Cup from Johannesburg’s Soccer City stadium. South Africa v Mexico.

After the traditional opening ceremony the host nation take on Mexico in the first game of the tourament as South Africa look to build on their inevitable home support and avoid being the first hosts to be knocked out in the World Cup group stages.

Adrian is joined by Marcel Desailly, who won the World Cup with France, and Andy Townsend, a veteran of two World Cup campaigns with the Republic of Ireland.

Legendary South African sports stars Lucas Radebe and Francois Pienaar also join the team. Commentary on the opening match comes from Peter Drury.

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