With millions of football (or how Americans call it: soccer) fans all around the world, there should be a market for such an app but it seems that, with only 50 - 100 Android downloads so far, FIFA itself failed to advertize it properly; because the football head organization has recently launched an Android and iOS app called "FIFA" which is said to be "the most comprehensive football app on the planet; unlocking the world of football". From the Bundesliga to the Barclays Premier League, MLS to La Liga, the "World Match Centre" provides unrivalled coverage of 197 leagues across the globe with hundreds of competitions, thousands of goals and over a million minutes of football every single week!
Since these are a lot of leagues, matches and teams, the app allows to personalize the "World Match Centre" with national teams, competitions and clubs ensuring a kick-off, the final whistle or any action in-between is never missed again. Furthermore, the app is ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil! It allows to follow the "Final Draw" live on December 6th and after the Final Draw is finished it will feature the plot the "path to glory" with FIFA's World Cup match schedule, exclusive destination guide and team profiles. The FIFA app shows where each national team is placed in the "FIFA Coca-Cola World Ranking", by showing men's and women's national team rankings.
On top of this, FIFA News features breaking stories, galleries from Getty Images, videos from the FIFA TV Studio and FIFA archives.
The massive 25 MB app is now available - surprisingly - free of charge from Google Play, supports smartphones and tables and only requires Android 2.3 or higher.
Cheers ~ Arne