More ways to follow the World Cup online

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The wwworld is focused on South Africa for the biggest sporting event on earth the FIFA World Cup. Do i need to add a TM to the end of that? So far we Have Twitter, a Google Doodle, Google Street View, live streaming of the matches and you can even follow Casey Monteiro as he blogs his way to the World Cup.

The Quickest and easiest way to follow the action of the soccer matches is to simply Google ‘World Cup.’ Here you will see the latest results and upcoming fixtures straight from the search results.

Continue reading to do a quick recap of other ways to follow and support the World Cup on the internet.

Twitter World Cup 2010

Using live widgets, real-time search, and Top Tweets (updates that are currently catching the attention of many Twitter users) weโ€™ve put together a special site to capture the spirit of the World Cup and itโ€™s already pulsing with activity. Fans have a unique opportunity to connect with players, teams, and brands using Twitter to join the matches in a new way.

Google Doodle World Cup 2010

Nikisha Lalloo from Port Elizabeth has been crowned the national winner of the Doodle 4 Google โ€˜Love Footballโ€™ competition. Nikisha is now one step closer to being a global winner, emerging as the top young South African artist to enter the competition. Nikisha will have her logo design displayed on the Google South Africa homepage on Friday June 11th 2010, when all eyes will be on South Africa: www.google.co.za.

Live streaming the FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup.

There are many options for watching the football matches including Ustream, Jutintv, Iraq Goals and many more in the comments section.

Google Street View the World Cup Stadiums.

Seven of South Africaโ€™s new football stadiums, including Soccer City in Johannesburg, Peter Mokaba in Polokwane and Moses Mabhida in Durban are now available to explore from pitch-level in 360 degrees, both inside and out. These detailed images were collected over the last few months, using the Google Street View Trikes and some serious pedal power!

Don’t forget to Join the South African Wave with SonyEricsson. Found any more ways to Follow the World Cup online? Please share them in the comments.

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