ESPN, the official US broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup 2014, Brazil has launched a new Android App for the soccer lovers. The Apps will provide comprehensive coverage of the matches, provides expert analysis from Brazil, and also the highlights of the live matches, like the important moves, turning points and goals.
Not to mention, it will provide time tables, live match stats, players list and much more. The app, though has its focus on the World cup, also provides information of League football matches. Some of the features like highlights of live matches are limited to US subscribers.
The FIFA world cup, held every 4 years is considered the biggest sporting event in the planet, not far behind in popularity of Olympics. 32 teams participates in this year’s event. 12 Cities in Brazil hosts the matches this year. The first match is on 12 June 2014 between the host country Brazil and Croatia.
The teams in FIFA World Cup 2014 are Brazil (hosts), Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Algeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Chile, Ecuador, Australia, Japan, Iran, South Korea, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, United States, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, England, France, Greece
Italy, Netherlands, Portugal and Russia.
During the last year’s World Cup the mobile computing were not very advanced to let users access Internet content like it is possible today. The technology has advanced many folds now and the Internet is offered at 4G speeds. The devices and the Operating systems too have made advancements. Android apps are dominating every aspects in our life, sports is no different. Those soccer lovers who miss their opportunity to watch their match at home due to other commitment can resort to Android Apps like this.
The download of ESPN FC Soccer & World Cup is available on Google play store. Make sure you have it on your smartphone before the tournament begins.