Finding out the latest score, kick off times or the latest news surrounding your favorite team or club can be difficult at times. However, with any of these apps for Android, you’ll be able to get the information that you need without any problems at all. Below is our pick of the Top 10 Soccer Apps for Android.
We’ll start with the official app for the world organization governing Football and FIFA’s app is actually a pretty decent offering, especially for those that care about soccer outside of their own nation. It’s great for scores of all the major leagues across the globe as well as news and of course, run up coverage to each World Cup and European Cups.
Perhaps more game than it is app, Soccer Eleven is a great choice for fans that love all aspects of the game, most notably the strategy of it all. It’s free, and always will be, and it’s available in over 40 languages which is pretty staggering for a game with a lot of text. It’s not just managing your team and club with Top Eleven, but also the facilities of your stadium as well which is a nice addition to the usual gameplay.
For those in America that are really into Soccer, the MLS Matchday app for Android is the only thing you’ll need. A thorough and comprehensive way to find out which games are playing, find out the scores and more, Matchday is the Major League Soccer app many have been waiting for. That, and it works great with Android tablets as well!
If scores are all you’re after, then LiveScore has the app for you. From the same company that’s been delivering online scores since 1998, LiveScore’s Android app is hardly the prettiest and nor is it the most feature packed, but it gets the job done and works wonders for European Soccer fans.
Yahoo Fantasy Football
Not to be confused with the Fantasy Football that involves tackles and quarterbacks, Yahoo’s option is all Soccer, through and through. A great option for those looking for something to engage with their coworkers and friends, Yahoo’s Fantasy Football is a decent option, if not a little clunky. Still, you can create your Dream Team of players from all over the world and dominate with your well-crafted decisions.
A brilliant option for readers in the UK, the BBc Sport app isn’t just about Football of course, but it’s something that BBC do brilliantly. With live reporting and some of the best coverage available, the BBC Sport app is great for analysis as well as the latest scores and results. It looks decent enough on phones and tablets alike and it really comes alive during big sporting events, like the World Cup, for example.
As its name suggests, Onefootball is designed to do everything you need it to in order to get the info on your favorite sport. It’s full of information all over the world and it even features an Android Wear component, which is pretty nifty to say the least. An all round winner, Onefootball works well on tablets and smartphones alike and while it’s not the cleanest of apps out there, it’s got it where it counts.
Champ Man 15
Again, more of a game than an app, it wouldn’t be a list of all things soccer without Championship Manager in here and now, you can play the 2015 version on your phone no matter where you are. I’m sure many reading this have fond memories of playing this as a kid and now it’s back, albeit with more in-app purchases, but it is free to download and play. A nice throwback as well as a good game for the strategist, this is worth taking a look at.
ESPN FC Football
As you might expect from ESPN, their soccer app is well polished and a great way of getting news from all over the world of soccer, too. Perfect for scores as well, this does essentially what you want it to, whenever you want it to, which is pretty great. This also has notifications and can notify you of upcoming stories and transfers and such.
Soccer Scores – FotMob
FotMob is an excellent app for those that miss listening to radio reports and such thanks to the daily audio news feature and everyone else in Europe, this is a great app for all things European football with Bundesliga, Serie A and of course the Premier League all under one roof. Completely free, with match stats and live scores it’s not hard to see why this has been downloaded 5 Million times.