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Calendar Updates provides free FIFA World Cup schedules that you can add to your Outlook calendar. Each event includes U.S. television broadcast information, a link to the FIFA World Cup website, and a link to view a map and check the weather for the location of the game. And of course, it's free.
Here's something else that's free: World Cup Office templates:
2010 World Cup tracker (Excel)World Cup bets (Excel)World Cup soccer design templates (PowerPoint)
Go get your free FIFA World Cup match schedules for your Outlook calendar. And while you're there, take a look at some of the other free calendar updates the company offers: Pro and college sports schedules; holidays (including U.S. and Canadian holidays as well as some religious holidays); moon phase and eclipse schedules; sunrise/sunset times.
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"In this country, we felt like it was a slow motion car crash that everybody was rubbernecking to watch played out on the world stage. " — Francois Picard, talking to NPR's Michele Norris today, after France was eliminated from the World Cup
— CrabbyGO U.S.A.!!! (And my condolences to France...)
Sorry but it's not free, it costs $1.99 as shown in their web
Clarification: Each individual schedule is free and you can download as many as you like...for free. If you want them all in ONE file, then yes, it's $1.99.
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