The English Premiership is the king of all leagues in the world and it is coming back with a BANG this weekend. How excited I am and I surely can’t wait for the weekend to arrive.
For most of us, we will like to keep abreast of developments, we will like to read reviews of the games played, players rating, transfer rumours, at least up till September 2nd and also some key features about the beautiful game.
If you are not a fan of the EPL, your own league would have started or about to start this weekend too, so you are not left out.
As a football fan, I download a lot of apps in preparationg for the season and will love to share some of them with you today.
1) Flipboard Magazine:
I just don’t how to explain my love for flipboard but it is simply the best app to have if you really want to stay abreast of all that is happening in the world of football. Within just one app, you can have access to ALL sport websites all in one place without having to open or download several other apps.
Look at the list of websites I am receiving on my flipboard:
Goal.com, Sky Sport, BBC Sport, Daily Mail, UK Guardian, UK Telegraph, ITV Sport, Four Four Two, Eurosport.com, Football.com, Bleacher Report’s World Football! That is about 11 Sport Channels/websites within just one App.
The implication is that you get to read all your football news as they break in every nook and crany of the world.
Download Here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=flipboard.app
The app just like the website covers all the games that are been played. Gives you the scoreline and if you click on a match, even give you some stats based on the ongoing match. Stats such as goal scorers, Goal assist, Yellow and red card receivers etc.
Download Here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.livescore
3) Sky Sports Football App
When it comes to covering the EPL, nobody does it like Sky Sports. This is the fact! If you wish to have exclusive access to all that is going on with your favourite team, you need to have the Sky Sports Football app on your device.
The app comes very handy because you can customise it to first give you the news of your favourite team before giving you news of other teams. You can also read expert analysis from some top football analysts, watch videos of the matches and have access to top-notch interviews.
As the season is about starting, after flipboard, the Sky Sports Football app will be very intesresting and I am surely excited that I have downloaded all these apps. I definitely won’t need to buy any sport paper this season for me to have access to the very best of coverage of the beautiful game. 😉
– Goal.com App
– Espn FC App
– BBC Sport App
If you dare down