You might already know which team you’re supporting during the World Cup. But do you already know which app you’re phone will be sporting?
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best apps that will help you organise your match schedules and keep you up to date everything happening in Brazil. From opinion polls to personalised push notifications, every app has something special to offer.
1. The official app: FIFA World Cup Brasil
- Price: Free
- Best feature: Vote for man of the match
- Where can I get it? Apple Store and Google Play.
The Official World Cup Fifa app is your go-to guide for all official football-related posts over the next month. The app will bring you live score updates, headlines from World Football as well as photos and videos from Brazil.
You can also use the app to vote for Man of the Match. But don’t decide just yet. There are plenty of exciting alternatives to the ever popular Fifa app.
2. Berlin’s world cup app: Onefootball Brasilia
- Price: Free
- Best feature: Personalised push notifications
- Where can I get it? Apple Store, Google Play and the Windows Phone Store
Berlin-based Onefootball is one of the most popular football apps worldwide. The Onefootball Brasilia app will provide football fans with play by play updates on the World Cup as well as offering app users a World Cup planner.
You can create personalised push notifications and chat with football fans around the world. The app will also feature videos and interviews from press conferences.
3. Have your say: Forza Football
The Forza Football app is designed to improve fan interaction during matches. The app creates opinion polls and offers fans an opportunity to express their opinions on games.
You can set alerts for your favourite teams and receive notifications for goals and cards. The app also offers pre match line up information for tracking your favourite team.
4. Watch the goals: ESPN FC Football & World Cup
The ESPN FC Football and World Cup app is the official US coverage provider. The app will allow users to watch goals moments after they take place as well as providing in depth reports and analysis from Brazil.
Users can also create personalised reports to keep up to date with the team they are following.
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