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Top 11 World Cup Apps You’ll Need This Summer

Football fever is rising fast, and “Brazil” is on everyone’s lips. Chances are you’ve already got plans for...

Top 11 World Cup Apps You’ll Need This Summer

Football fever is rising fast, and “Brazil” is on everyone’s lips. Chances are you’ve already got plans for the first match...but how will you keep up with the Cup? We’ve put together our own “Dream Team” of 11 apps, each with its strong points and its own take on the tournament. Ready? Kickoff!


 

The “Big Daddy” - Official FIFA App - iOS & Android

Your go-to World Cup companion. This licenced FIFA app offers the latest World Cup news, info on players and coaches of each of the 32 teams and a comprehensive schedule (with scores to follow) of all 64 matches planned for Brazil. Follow the FIFA in-app blog to keep track of tournament coverage and kill some time at halftime with the included Fantasy and Dream Team games.

 

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The up-and-comer - Brazil - World Soccer Finals - iOS

Go deep with live, real-time results, red and yellow cards, goals, lineups, and any other match statistic your football-crazed heart desires. A serious competitor to FIFA’s official app, World Soccer Finals does a beautiful job of keeping you up to date with all the latest in-depth World Cup info, with no ads to boot. Standout features include a comprehensive list of World Cup venues complete with GPS location and mapping, and push notifications for each match.

 

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The professor - BBC Sport - iOS & Android

The dedicated World Cup tab in BBC’s Sport app provides everything you’d expect from the granddaddy of news - in-depth coverage, match and tournament analyses, video interviews and a “Live” section with text and audio commentary for all games. If you’re serious about football, the BBC’s got you covered.

 

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The exchange student - ESPN FC Soccer & World Cup - iOS & Android

ESPN is the name in US sports, so it’s no surprise that their World Cup app offers some enticing features for residents. Live match video highlights will be available minutes after the actual match, and the integrated Twitter feed keeps you abreast of hot tournament topics.

 

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The no-nonsense nerd - LiveScore - iOS & Android

Powered by LiveScore.com, inventors of real-time sports data delivery, this app gives you scores. Just scores. Nothing but scores. But for those with little time on their hands, LiveScore is just what the doctor ordered. It provides real-time World Cup scores, up to the second, with no frills or unnecessary features. LiveScore is light, fast and accurate - and for many, that’s all they need.

 

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The TV addict - Sky Go - iOS & Android

England fans are thrilled now that Sky TV is adding six channels to its list, coinciding with the start of the World Cup. If you’re a Sky subscriber, you’ll be able to watch England’s matches as well as the World Cup final on your phone, no matter where you are. Cheers to that.

 

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The local - Travel Portuguese Futebol Edition - iOS & Android

Anyone lucky enough to be in Brazil for the World Cup will greatly benefit from Rosetta Stone’s latest offering, the Football edition of Travel Portuguese. Aside from the basics, the app includes a football-themed interface, football terms and phrases and eight free lessons in Portuguese. Maravilhoso!

 

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The dreamer - Fantasy iTeam - iOS & Android

Tie your manager’s tie and dive into the World Cup edition of Fantasy iTeam. Choose from 736 players in 32 squads, compare live stats and player values, create your iTeam and jump into a league to prove your World Cup dominance. The app offers limitless player transfers up until the kickoff of the first (IRL) game of the tournament.

 

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The passionista - SportsYapper - iOS & Android

Join the global football conversation and banter with fans all over the world. SportsYapper is a social medium-like application where football fans share photos, scores and above all, opinions on whatever match they’re watching. Was that a foul? Is the referee blind? You tell ‘em!

 

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The know-it-all - SecondMic - iOS

Match commentary rubbing you the wrong way? Endless droning putting you to sleep? Get SecondMic on your iPhone and follow the match with commentaries from celebrities, former players, experts or coaches. And if you’re a real know-it-all, open up your own stream and give your two cents on the match at hand, commentating live to your followers.

 

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The collector - Football Album - iOS & Android

Relive your childhood and swap and collect football cards with your friends. The catch? The cards aren’t of football legends - they’re of you! Each collector turns himself into a football card and trades his way to bragging rights and absolute football dominance.

 

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