FIFA 2014 World Cup Schedule iPhone

The 2014 FIFA World Cup begins today with a match between the host country Brazil and Croatia, kicking off a month-long tournament that involves 32 countries competing to win the World Cup Finals. With dozens of matches over the span of over four weeks, it can be a little daunting to keep up with all of the game fixtures. That’s why we’re here to help, with this simple tutorial on how to add a World Cup games schedule to your iPhone calendar. Read ahead for the step-by-step instructions… 

How to view World Cup schedule on your iPhone

Step 1: Visit the iCalShare website by tapping this link directly on your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on the Subscribe to Calendar button.


Step 3: Tap on Subscribe for the “World Cup 2014” calendar.

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Step 4: Tap on View Events to view the full schedule in the Calendar app.

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The calendar will be updated as the games unfold, and it will automatically sync with your iCloud account. So if you have a Mac or iPad, you’ll be able to get this schedule of game fixtures on those devices too. You can also setup the calendar directly from those devices, if you don’t have an iPhone, following generally the same steps. Now let’s kick back and enjoy the World Cup fever.

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  • Maidenmann

    You can do the same with the FIFA official app, actually you can choose what matches you want to be notificated, or teams.

    • FIFA app wouldn’t add the whole schedule when I tried. It said it did, but it didn’t.

      • Maidenmann

        When I tried, the calendar app crashed but the games were ther when I reopened it.

      • Maidenmann

        Maybe it’s a bug when you add so many events at once.

  • felixtaf

    Does this works for all time zones? I mean, will it shows up events in local time or only dates?

    • Fatih Acet

      it shows in local time on MacOS.

      • felixtaf

        Thanks. Jus did on my iPhone and it shows events in local time!

    • Yup, it shows in your local time zone

      • felixtaf


  • Keir Dicus

    This is amazing

  • Jay

    I’m surprised Americans know what the World Cup is.

    • Joe Rossignol

      Hey I’m the Canadian author of this post. World Cup is huge here! Not too sure about USA but I imagine the same.

    • E Jom

      Yeah those ignorant fat fools

      • Mohammed

        This is England

    • kmichalec

      Of course we know what it is. We like to think we can dominate in whatever sport we play, then the Wold Cup happens, and we are reminded how we aren’t as good as we think we are. Then we root for England, cause we love a british accent, and the brits have a fascination with everything American. So it just fits. But, then England gets knocked out in the semi’s, then we stop caring…

      But seriously, yes, there are Americans that aren’t fat, ignorant fools who actually do care about the World Cup and football in general (real football). I’m one of them.

  • sailesh

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    • Joe Rossignol


  • Anish Gurung

    Awesome! I’m from Nepal and it works great in local time.Thanks.

  • Yoda

    Great, but on my phone I can see the event though there’s no option to enable alerts. Would be nice to get alerted when a game is on.

  • Rizal Aditiyo Supendi

    very helpful article .. cool (y)

  • Made Wahyudi

    can we unsubscribe it at the end of the world cup?