Four years, and a whole lot of patience have led football fans to this glorious moment - World Cup 2014. Germany has thrashed Brazil on their home ground. Now all that's left is for the final match next Monday, 14 July at 3am.But for those who weren't able to secure those hotly contested tickets to the matches in Brazil, or you just couldn’t get out of work (there’s only so much sick leave you can take), we've got the next best thing for you - watching the live matches from the comforts of your home.
And we’ve got the setup that’ll keep you all cosy and prepared for the mad late nights you’ll be keeping to see all the action.
Scroll on down and meet the dream team Stuff gathered for the World Cup 2014.
[Image credit: Cr3at]
FourFourTwo Stats Zone
The multi-award winning FourFourTwo Stats Zone features a new design, and will carry live coverage of the World Cup this June.
You'll still find it useful after the tournament though, as it also tracks the Barclay's Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, the A-League and the UEFA Champions League - all for free.
Powered by Opta's most in-depth football database, Stats Zone will change the way you watch football and allows you to analyse every match in amazing detail.