First two teams of Group E Switzerland & Ecuador will play first match of round of 32 on this Sunday. Both teams will face each other for the first time in football history as they have not played any game against each other so far. If you are looking for the match time & TV telecast channels of this FIFA World Cup 2014 match, then you have visited just at correct place. The winner of this game will be awarded with 3 points & will move one step towards the next round which is round of 16.
Switzerland vs Ecuador Match time & TV Telecast Channels
This game of round of 32 will begin at 9:30 pm on 15th of June according to Indian Standard Time. GMT match date & time for this match are 15th June & 4:00 pm respectively. Watch this game live on your TV telecast & broadcast channels Sony SIX, SRG SSR, Gama TV, TC Television, BBC, ITV & others. Have a look on telecast channels in other nations below.
Switzerland: SRG SSR
Ecuador: Gama TV, TC Television
Germany: ARD, ZDF
New Zealand: TVNZ, Sky Sport
Spain: Mediaset Espana, Gol Television
Switzerland: SRG SSR
Sweden: SVT, TV4
United Kingdom: BBC, ITV
South Africa: SABC, Super Sport
Russia: Pervyi Kanal, VGTRK
Norway: NRK, TV2
Switzerland vs Ecuador Facts & Figures
This is the first head to head game between these 2 national teams. Estadio Nacional de Brasilia will organize first meeting of these 2 giants. For La Nati, Benaglio will be the goalkeeper & for La tri, Banguera will the keeper.
Currently, La Nati are at 6th spot in FIFA ranking. Their FIFA ranking in football history was recorded as 3rd in 1993. On the other hand, La tri are at 26th position in FIFA World Cup men ranking with best ranking of 10 in 2013.
Ivan Hurtado is the most capped player of Ecuador who played 167 international games for his team. The top goal scorer of this team of Agustin Delgado who scored 31 international goals.
For Switzerland, Heinz Hermann played highest number of games with total count of 117 matches. Alexander Frei is known for scoring maximum number of goals .
Both teams have not won FIFA World Cup so far, but the hopes of winning this trophy are still alive. Can they do it for the first time in football history?