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55 Things to do #24: Cheer on Germany and Argentina in the World Cup Final


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Even though Tim Howard’s record sixteen saves ultimately couldn’t save Team USA from defeat, the excitement of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is far from over. The final match up, scheduled for this Sunday, July 13 at 3:00p.m. in Estádio Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro, pits Germany against Argentina for what promises to be an electrifying performance of top talent on two record breaking teams.

Germany’s path to the finals included a shocking 7-1 blow out victory over Brazil that included 5 goals within 30 minutes and a new World Cup record goalscorer for Germany’s Miroslav Klose with 16 goals in 23 games. Argentina’s win over the Netherlands was a much more closely contested match that came down to penalty kicks after a scoreless 30 minute overtime. Both semi-final matches suggest an exciting final contest to determine the 2014 World Cup victor.

You can watch the World Cup Final live on ABC 15, with game coverage starting at 11am.


Host a World Cup Final Viewing Party

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To get friends and family in on the action, host a World Cup Final viewing party. Online invitation website Evite.com has specifically designed World Cup invitation options.

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