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Meet a few members of ESPN Domestic’s FIFA World Cup production team

More than 300 ESPN staffers have been hard at work in Brazil for nearly a month now, helping to bring the 2014 FIFA World Cup to fans in the United States and other parts of the world. After today’s Argentina versus Netherlands semifinal (3 p.m. ET, ESPN/ESPN3), just two matches will remain, including Sunday’s much-anticipated final between Germany and today’s match winner.

As the crew enters the home stretch of this assignment, here are 11 key members of ESPN Domestic’s production staff who are working tirelessly to bring this event to your televisions and other devices. Visit Front Row on Thursday to meet some of the ESPN Deportes and International employees who also are working on the World Cup in Brazil.

Mac Nwulu contributed to this post

Chris Alexopoulos – Producer

Chris produces pre-game, halftime and post-game wraps for ESPN World Cup match telecasts.

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