SBS broadcasting World Cup games in 3D

The complete event's match times

3D TVs may be brand spanking new but for the lucky few who have managed to pick one up, here are the broadcast times for the FIFA World Cup 2010 on SBS.

South Africa v Mexico - LIVE 11 June @ 11:45pm (AEST)

Germany v Australia - LIVE 14 June @ 4:15am (AEST)

Netherlands v Denmark - LIVE 14 June @ 11:30pm (AEST)

Argentina v Korea Republic - LIVE 17 @ 11:30pm (AEST)

Netherlands v Japan - LIVE 19 June @ 11:30pm (AEST)

Ghana v Germany - LIVE 24 June June @ 4:15am AEST

Portugal v Brazil - LIVE 25 June @ 11:30pm (AEST)

1B v 2A (2) LIVE - 28 June @ 4:15am (AEST)

1E v 2F (5) LIVE - 28 June @ 11:30pm (AEST)

Quarter Final - LIVE 3 July @ 4:15am (AEST)

Quarter Final - LIVE 3 July @ 11:45pm (AEST)

Quarter Final - LIVE 4 July @ 4:15am (AEST)

Semi Final - LIVE 7 July @ 4:15am (AEST)

Semi Final - LIVE 8 July @ 4:15am (AEST)

Final - LIVE 12 July @ 4:15am (AEST)

Back in May, the Australian Communications and Media Authority's (ACMA) announced that both the Nine Network and SBS would conduct "scientific trials of 3D TV" in metropolitan areas around the country in a two month period between 19 May and 19 June this year.

Twitter has also jumped on the World Cup bandwagon launching a new site specifically to cater to the event that expected to cause mass insomnia the world over.

The site uses live widgets, real-time search and a 'top tweets' tool which selects and retweets the more interesting comments from the World Cup.

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