Football Fever Survival Apps


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  • Wednesday, 04 Jun 2014

With the World Cup in Brazil just around the corner, more football games and news apps are popping up everywhere.

From the popular EA Sports football game franchise FIFA 14 to the football news portal such as Goal.com there are plenty of app selections to choose from if you happened to be a Windows Phone user.

First up, is the casual Football Cup: Flick Soccer Real World League 14 3D game. Flick and kick around on your Windows mobile devices for simple sessions during your free time.

If you are in for a more serious footballing experience on mobile, the FIFA series has been one of the leading football games and the latest edition of the long running series is better than ever with improved features and officially licensed contents such as national teams, kits, and the Adidas Brazuca ball.

Another game to look out for this coming World Cup season is Real Football 2013.The football simulation game has features where you are able to reinforce your team by developing your club’s facilities, hiring new staff members, dealing with sponsors and many more.

For the fastest World Cup news updates, look no further than the leading football news portal Goal.com. The news portal has two apps that you can download through the Windows Phone store - Goal.com and Goal Live Scores.

Another dedicated news app to look for is the Onefootball Brasil with localised contents in 15 different languages with up-to-date play by play match commentary, latest news, tweets, videos and many more.

If you are still starving for more World Cup related apps for your mobile, check out Bing Sports and the all-in-one news 2014 World Cup app.

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