3 Best Apps For Following The World Cup

This World Cup starts this week and if your kids (and husbands) are anything like ours, they’re going into World Cup fever mode. Luckily you still have time between now and Thursday’s kick off match between Brazil and Croatia to get your apps ready for following all the action and news over the next month.

We’ve had a look at all the apps that are out there (and there are plenty) to narrow it down to the only three apps you need to get all the coverage, news, scores and updates for the World Cup.

ESPN World Cup

ESPN’s app for the World Cup is choc full of features. Everything from in-depth analysis and commentary as well as the ability to follow your favorite team. There are also video highlights from the games. The free app is available for iOS and Android.




FIFA Official App

FIFA Official is exactly that, the official app by Fifa. It has a great profile of each team, player and coach. The app will have an updated blog each day and tons of free updates from all the matches. The free app is available for iOS and Android.




theScore is a one-stop shop for all the latest breaking news and updates from your favorite teams and players. Like ESPNs app, you can set to get alerts for individual players or entire teams. Follow along during games with the constantly-updated steam of news about each team and real-time game and score updates. The app is available for iOS and Android.

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