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How Much of the World Cup Will You Watch?

There is a staggering amount of soccer to be watched in the next month; how much of it will you take in?

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With the 2014 World Cup set to kick off just one week from now in Brazil, there is about to be an almost absurd amount of soccer available to watch. From the opening match where Brazil will take on Croatia to the World Cup Final, only six hours before the Timbers take on the Seattle Sounders, it will all be available to watch.

The United States Men's National Team is, obviously, a big draw around these parts and while their matches in the "Group of Death" against Ghana, Portugal, and Germany will be difficult, they will also be compelling games to watch.

The USMNT's schedule:

USMNT vs. Ghana

June 16th at Estadio Das Dunas in Natal, Brazil

3:00 PM PT on ESPN

USMNT vs. Portugal

June 22nd at Arena Amazona in Manaus, Brazil

3:00 PM PT on ESPN

USMNT vs. Germany

June 26th at Arena Pernambucco in Recife, Brazil

9:00 AM PT on ESPN

And that is just one of 32 teams in the tournament. Better make sure to start clearing out your DVRs now.

So, with this bounty of matches set before you, how much soccer will you be taking in during the World Cup?