Confederations Cup Live

Click here to watch live Confederations Cup games!


Spanish Primera Division - Celta Vigo v Almeria.
German Bundesliga - Mainz v Bayern Munich.
French Ligue 1 - RC Lens v Nice

Saturday 20 December 2014
Premiership - Manchester City v Crystal Palace, Aston Villa v Manchester United, Hull City v Swansea City, Queens Park Rangers v West Bromwich Albion, Southampton v Everton, Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley, West Ham United v Leicester City.
Scottish Premier League - Aberdeen v Kilmarnock, Partick Thistle v Dundee, Ross County v Hamilton Academical, St Johnstone v Inverness CT, St Mirren v Motherwell.
Serie A - Sassuolo v Cesena, Roma v AC Milan.
Spanish Primera Division - Barcelona v Cordoba, Levante v Real Sociedad, Eibar v Valencia, Rayo Vallecano v Espanyol.
German Bundesliga - Bayer Leverkusen v Eintracht Frankfurt, FC Augsburg v Borussia Monchengladbach, Schalke v Hamburg, Stuttgart v SC Paderborn 07, Werder Bremen v Borussia Dortmund, Wolfsburg v Cologne.
French Ligue 1 - Paris St Germain v Montpellier, Caen v Bastia, Lorient v Nantes, Metz v Monaco, Rennes v Reims, Toulouse v Guingamp

The above matches will be shown live. You can also click on major games to see their match previews or look below for more upcoming live football fixtures!


The Confederations Cup is a flagship event of the governing body of world football- Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). Held every four years, the Cup pits the best countries in each zone against their contemporaries including the World Cup winners and the host country.


You can watch all the live football online including all Confederation Cup games by subscribing to our service. With over 50,000 members we are the largest network of our kind. Do not miss out on what promises to be a terrific summer. Sign up today!

Confederations Cup Live

The Confederations Cup has a relatively recent history. In 1985 and 1993, the winners of the UEFA Euro Championship and of the Copa America contested against each other for the Artemio Franchi Trophy, which is thought to be the predecessor to this tournament.


In 1992 and 1995, this trophy was called the King Fahd Cup and was contested by the Saudi national side along with some of the winners of continental tournaments like the CAF, CONMEBOL, UEFA, AFC, OFC and CONCACAF.


However in 1997, FIFA took over the organization of this tournament and started conducting it every two years under the name FIFA Confederations Cup. From 2005 onward, the tournament is being held every four years. It is held one year prior to the World Cup at the same venue of the latter and is considered to be a dress rehearsal for the eventual hosts of the World Cup.


Eight teams are divided into two groups and play each other once in the group stage. The top two teams in each group contest the semi-finals with the winners going into the finals and the losers playing for a third-placed finish.

Confederations Cup

Sunday 21 December 2014
Premiership - Newcastle United v Sunderland, Liverpool v Arsenal.
Scottish Premier League - Dundee United v Celtic.
Serie A - Verona v Chievo, Atalanta v Palermo, Fiorentina v Empoli, Sampdoria v Udinese, Torino v Genoa, Inter Milan v Lazio.
Spanish Primera Division - Villarreal v Deportivo La Coruna, Granada v Getafe, Elche v Malaga, Athletic Bilbao v Atletico Madrid.
German Bundesliga - Hertha Berlin v Hoffenheim, SC Freiburg v Hannover 96.
French Ligue 1 - Marseille v Lille, St Etienne v Evian Thonon Gaillar, Bordeaux v Lyon

Monday 22 December 2014
Premiership - Stoke City v Chelsea

If the above isn't enough to keep you entertained tune in next weekend for more match schedules


This year there is a mouth-watering line-up for the Confederations Cup in South Africa. Group A includes South Africa, Iraq, New Zealand and Spain, while Group B includes USA, Italy, Brazil and Egypt.


Brazil are the most successful nation in the Confederations Cup along with France having won the trophy twice. They do start as favorites along with Spain in this year’s tournament as well.

Live Football On PC

Players to watch out for


Fernando Torres, Amr Zaki, Kaka and David Villa will be the leading players to watch out for in this year's event.

Live Sport Network

Watch live football feeds with us here at Live Sport Network. It costs only £9.99 for one year, and does not just include Confederations Cup live. You can also watch games from the Premiership, La Liga, Italian Serie A, Bundesliga and other top leagues in the world. Watch the best teams on Earth battle for glory courtesy of our excellent soccer streams.

Sign up with us today and watch live Confederations Cup 2009.


Live Footy Online


Tags: Confederations Cup, live football online, FIFA Confederations Cup, Brazil, Live Sport Network, live football feeds, Confederations Cup live, live Confederations Cup


Watch Live Football Now