1994 World Cup

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As originally posted by Tony Miller:

Without further or Freddy Adu...

Group stage

Fri 6/17, 3:00: Germany-Bolivia at Chicago. ESPN: Bob Carpenter, Seamus Malin [1].

Fri 6/17, 7:30: Spain-South Korea at Dallas. ESPN2: Randy Hahn, Ron Newman [2].

Sat 6/18, 11:30a: USA-Switzerland at Pontiac. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin [3].

Sat 6/18, 4:00: Italy-Ireland at East Rutherford. ESPN: Bob Ley, Ty Keough.

Sat 6/18, 7:30: Colombia-Romania at Pasadena. ESPN:

Sun 6/19, 12:30: Belgium-Morocco at Orlando. ESPN:

Sun 6/19, 4:00: Norway-Mexico at Washington. ESPN: unknown, Clive Charles [4].

Sun 6/19, 7:30: Cameroon-Sweden at Pasadena. ESPN2:

Mon 6/20, 4:00: Brazil-Russia at Palo Alto. ESPN: Jim Donovan, unknown [5].

Mon 6/20, 7:30: Netherlands-Saudi Arabia at Washington.

Tue 6/21, 12:30: Argentina-Greece at Foxborough. ESPN:

Tue 6/21, 4:00: Germany-Spain at Chicago. ESPN: Ian Darke, Peter Vermes [6].

Tue 6/21, 7:30: Nigeria-Bulgaria at Dallas. ESPN2: unknown, Ron Newman.

Wed 6/22, 4:00: Romania-Switzerland at Pontiac. ESPN:

Wed 6/22, 7:30: USA-Colombia at Pasadena. ESPN: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin, Peter Vermes [7].

Thu 6/23, 4:00: Italy-Norway at East Rutherford. ESPN:

Thu 6/23, 7:30: South Korea-Bolivia at Foxborough. ESPN2:

Fri 6/24, 12:30: Mexico-Ireland at Orlando. ESPN:

Fri 6/24, 4:00: Brazil-Cameroon at Palo Alto. ESPN:

Fri 6/24, 7:30: Sweden-Russia at Pontiac. ESPN: unknown, Peter Vermes [8]

Sat 6/25, 12:30: Saudi Arabia-Morocco at East Rutherford

Sat 6/25, 12:30: Belgium-Netherlands at Orlando. ABC: Al Trautwig, Rick Davis

Sat 6/25, 4:00: Argentina-Nigeria at Foxborough. ABC: Bob Ley, unknown [9].

Sun 6/26, 12:30: Bulgaria-Greece at Chicago. ESPN: Ian Darke, Rick Davis [10].

Sun 6/26, 4:00: Switzerland-Colombia at Palo Alto.

Sun 6/26, 4:00: USA-Romania at Pasadena. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin, Peter Vermes, Mark Jones [11].

Mon 6/27, 4:00: Bolivia-Spain at Chicago. ESPN2: Ian Darke, Peter Vermes.

Mon 6/27, 4:00: Germany-South Korea at Dallas. ESPN: Randy Hahn, Ron Newman [12]

Tue 6/28, 12:30: Italy-Mexico at Washington. ESPN:

Tue 6/28, 12:30: Ireland-Norway at East Rutherford. ESPN2:

Tue 6/28, 4:00: Russia-Cameroon at Palo Alto. ESPN2:

Tue 6/28, 4:00: Brazil-Sweden at Pontiac. ESPN:

Wed 6/29, 12:30: Belgium-Saudi Arabia at Washington. ESPN2: Bob Carpenter, unknown

Wed 6/29, 12:30: Morocco-Netherlands at Orlando. ESPN: unknown, Peter Vermes [13].

Thu 6/30, 7:30: Argentina-Bulgaria at Dallas. ESPN: Randy Hahn, Ron Newman [14].

Thu 6/30, 7:30: Greece-Nigeria at Foxborough. ESPN2:

Round of 16

Sat 7/2, 1:00: Germany-Belgium at Chicago. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin [15].

Sat 7/2, 4:30: Spain-Switzerland at Washington. ESPN: Randy Hahn, Clive Charles [16].

Sun 7/3, 1:00: Saudi Arabia-Sweden at Dallas. ESPN: Bob Ley, Ty Keough.

Sun 7/3, 4:30: Romania-Argentina at Pasadena. ESPN: Jim Donovan, Bill McDermott [17].

Mon 7/4, 12:00: Netherlands-Ireland at Orlando. ESPN: Ian Darke, unknown

Mon 7/4, 3:30: Brazil-USA at Palo Alto. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin, Rick Davis [18].

Tue 7/5, 1:00: Nigeria-Italy at Foxborough. ESPN: Bob Ley, Ty Keough.

Tue 7/5, 4:30: Mexico-Bulgaria at East Rutherford. ESPN: Bob Carpenter, Clive Charles.

Quarterfinals

Sat 7/9, 12:00: Italy-Spain at Foxborough. ABC: Al Trautwig, Rick Davis [19].

Sat 7/9, 3:30: Netherlands-Brazil at Dallas. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin [20].

Sun 7/10, 12:00: Bulgaria-Germany at East Rutherford. ESPN:

Sun 7/10, 3:30: Romania-Sweden at Palo Alto. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin, Rick Davis [21].

Semifinals

7/13, 4:00: Bulgaria-Italy at East Rutherford. ESPN: Bob Ley, Ty Keough.

7/13, 7:00: Sweden-Brazil at Pasadena. ESPN: Bob Carpenter, Seamus Malin.

Third place

7/16, 3:30: Sweden-Bulgaria at Pasadena. ESPN: Bob Carpenter, Seamus Malin [22]

Final

Sun 7/17, 3:30: Brazil-Italy at Pasadena. ABC: Roger Twibell, Seamus Malin, Rick Davis, Al Trautwig [23].

[United States TV Schedule: https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1994-06-12-tv-3064-story.html LA Times, 06/12/92]