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Whether you play fantasy football with a group of rabid fans who follow the game closely and are always trying to get one up on you with the latest Brazilian wunderkid sensation who they swear will give them the edge this year, or you just want to follow up on the beautiful game you have spent your whole life following, mobile apps are a great way to get up to the latest minute information.

No matter the league you follow, the German Bundesliga, the Italian Serie A, English Barclay’s Premiere League, La Liga in Spain, the American Major League Soccer, the French Ligue 1, the Chinese Super League, the Turkish Super Lig, or some combination thereof, there is always information to be had about your favourite team’s and favourite player’s latest news.

And let’s be honest for a minute: for the friendly competition, all the banter with your contacts, what you really want to do is gloat in the glory of your long, hard-fought victory after your fantasy league is all said and done. So with that in mind, with all the information at stake for the diehard who has to know pretty much everything and with all the ongoing matches at the same time, how does one process so much information?

The specifics about every matchup includes pages of injury reports, who is and is not in form, potential trade rumours, who might be in the doghouse with the manager and will not see very much time on the pitch, advanced scouting reports, and live statistics as they unfold in game time.

So what are some of the best apps for all of this stuff? Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the best footy apps out there on the market, for both main marketplaces in iOS or for Android.

Dream League Soccer

One of the top 10 sports games in at least four countries, including Turkey, Belgium, Singapore, and Italy, this sports management simulator is your mobile phone’s answer to football manager. No, it is not as nuanced as the popular sim on PC, it is still a fun romp that let you build a dream team of up to 32 players, including some custom-built from the ground up, smart artificial intelligence that will try to win one over on the trade front, the ability to actually play with your teams via a good control scheme and top-notch graphics, and four leagues within which you can put your skills to test.

Yes, this may be a simple mobile game, but this one has it all. For the ultimate challenge, develop your custom players to their full potential and meet the achievement targets on each board’s seasons by drafting and managing well to keep your AI fans happy while scoring high on the fan rating system.


Take a break from games like the above fun and diversions like to get into the meat and potatoes of the sport with an amazing go-to app like ESPN FC’s very own app. If you visit the website, then you know they have great comprehensive coverage of all the top European leagues, with special focus on all things MLS and Premiership-related, but also European football in general. This one is quite inclusive of most football fans’ interests, so check it out on either iOS or Android devices.


Now, for something a little less orthodox: the social app Bantr joins football fans from around the globe to talk about games as they go on in real time, with the ability to view live stats and even engage in friendly, well, banter with fans of other teams. That means healthy trash talk, of course, or just discussing the finer aspects of the beautiful game.

Of course, feel free to crowdsource football knowledge from diehards of other teams to gleam information you might not normally be privy to: for instance, for the diehard who closely follows the rumours and knows that based on last week’s performance, Arsenal is looking for goalkeeping help, you might not want to play their keeper on your fantasy team next week. Find knowledgeable fans with inside access and you might not have to follow up on general news sites anymore.

  • 15 Sep 2015
    So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more