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7 Best apps to follow Football

This year has been a turnaround when it comes to watching football live. Here we list 7 apps that should suffice the need of the following football online.

Last updated: 01.11.2020
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This year has been a turnaround when it comes to watching football live. Fans haven’t been allowed in stadiums since the last week of February in many leagues only for the football season to be called off indefinitely after that. Finishing the league in a hurry and starting the 2020/21 season also meant that footballers didn’t get their well-deserved rest. Otherwise, football fans can, at last, breathe a sigh of relief as the football season returns.

To know the best apps to follow European football is pretty important now that the football season has returned, and it’s safe to say most football fans around the world will be anxious to once again follow the EPL, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue or the UEFA CL and EL.

Here we list 7 apps that should suffice the need of the following football online:


LiveScore (Free, iOS and Android):

Whether your go-to entertainment is the live score of the Premier League or the Belgian second division, it’s all there. It also tells you the score (live), and equally good is that it also shows most of the live stats, including yellow cards, red cards, fouls etc. A high-profile match might even include running commentary on what is ongoing in the match. A simplistic UI with a clean interface. What more would you want?

OneFootball (Free, Windows, iOS, Android):

One of the hottest prospects as far as applications go, OneFootball has the ambition to be one of the first apps to go for following a team. This app allows you to follow a team from dozens of leagues around the world and notifies you if something big happens during a game, or in the transfer market. The news there is also collected from different top websites to get a perfect rounded update of what is going on in the club.

SofaScore (Free, Windows, iOS, Android):

SofaScore offers you loads from scores, team news, referee info and everything else in between. To remove the ads in the app, all you have to do is invite some friends to download the app, but the ads are not that intrusive as well. Key live stats, Action graphs and Opta based rating system, all under one app. A must-have.

StatsZone by FourFourTwo (Free, iOS and Android):

This app is on another level when it comes down to stats. Stats are intrinsic to modern-day football because, with the advent of fantasy football leagues, it’s necessary to check the track record of players to guess if they will be good enough.


The football nerd’s dream website. In-depth data of mostly everything a football player can do in their long career. Pretty rare stuff that can’t be found on most websites are recorded here and can be found.


BeSoccer (Free, up to $4.53):

It boasts support for most of the top leagues around the world including MLS. Also features push notifications for all updates regarding a league or team. They also add leagues upon request.

Feedly (Free, $9.99 per month):

It is more of an RSS app. It also lets you follow a bunch of blogs, videos, YouTube channels. Thus, a curated gallery can be created in the app itself. Pretty clean UI which keeps a track of whatever has been read or not read. Can sync across platforms as well.


What are your thoughts regarding the apps? Do you know of any else?

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