Which journalists are covering the World Cup?

Brazil’s Neymar, left, fights for a ball with Serbia’s Aleksandar Kolarov during a friendly soccer match at Morumbi stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, June 6, 2014. Brazil is hosting the World Cup soccer tournament that starts June 12. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

On the eve of a month’s worth of the beautiful game, here’s a quick look at some of the journalists covering the World Cup in Brazil.

This list, (with links to each org’s hub), and my Twitter list is just getting started, so if your news organization is there or I missed someone (I definitely missed someone), email me at khare@poynter.org, or tweet at me @kristenhare, and I’ll add you to the list.

Associated Press

The AP has a lot of people ready to cover each of the 64 matches in Brazil (there are 44 members on the Twitter list.) Here are some tweets from just a few of them.

AP photojournalists are also catching what’s happening off the field with Instagram.

ABC News

The New York Times


Los Angeles Times

Yahoo Sports

The Washington Post


Sports Illustrated


The Guardian

The Wall Street Journal

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  • Kristen Hare

    Thanks, Julian, I should have thought of them! Adding now.

  • Julian Kesner

    Wright Thompson and Chris Jones are notably absent from the group above. Their World Cup coverage is likely to be required reading.