There are lots of apps promising live scores, but Forza Football is the most accurate, and easiest to use. You start by choosing competitions and your favorite teams to follow, but you can also add individual matches that you want to follow as a one-off. For the apple geeks, the iOS version has an Apple Watch companion app – handy for when you need to keep up to date but don’t want your significant other catching you looking at the scores.
This is a spin-off from the British FourFourTwo magazine, and its filled with info and stats about international leagues and teams. It taps Opta’s database of match statistics, so rather than simply checking scores, you can dig deeper into individual player performances.
First there was Footietube and now there’s Vine. If you want more than just goal replays then download Fanatix. Playback clips loop just like Vines do (for eight-second) but it’s more focused on news, from clips of freshly-transferred players to training-ground snippets. Highlights last for 24 hours at a time.
There is more to weekends than football: there’s rugby, tennis, basketball and F1. This app keeps you abreast of whats going on in more than just the beautiful game of football. Livescore is the no.1 global app for the multi sports fan.
Sky go / ESPN player allows you to watch a match, in real time, on the go. Link the app to your home cable account and presto you’ve got all the action on your phone or tablet.