There are more ways than ever to keep up with the action at the World Cup, wherever you are. Just pray it doesn't go to penalties.
The World Cup 2014 kicked off late last week, and it will run, pass and dribble its way to the final on July 13.
During this time you'll be able to keep up with all the action minute-by-minute without being tied to your sofa or your TV thanks to the wealth of apps available - even if you miss a game or few.
In the four years since the last World Cup the number of people using smartphones, tablets and other wireless devices has exploded and there's no better way to follow your team or watch matches live even if you're out of the house.
FIFA's official app covers pretty much all football but it will be featuring all the World Cup action too of course. Follow your national team's progress with access to the match schedule, exclusive destination guides and team profiles.
Add your local and national team to your Favourites in the app to quickly jump to news and results related specifically to them.
If you're a fan of statistics you'll find much to love in this Android app. With a schedule of all the matches in the championship and full data customisation you can track just your chosen teams, groups, matches or conferences.
Get match details like scorers, lineups, subs, cards and referees and even browse in offline mode for when you don't have a connection. Access historical results for comparison and see news about future World Cups.
It's even green and yellow, which we'll just assume is to cheer on the Socceroos.
Sometimes you just want to cut straight to the chase and not worry about lots of peripheral information.
This app, ideal for journalists or news writers, simply shows you the results in an easy-to-read table format.
Get information about the match results of qualified teams, tables, groups, draw, fixtures, playoffs, schedules, dates, times and stadiums where the games will be played. It even auto updates with the latest results.
The tech-savvy football hipster's dream, the Squawka app gives fans a chance to back up any point they make in the pub with cold hard stats, with an assist from those good folks at Opta.
It has a dashboard full of updates and stats tailored to your team, while live match centres ensure you're fully up to date with shots, cards, goals and substitutions, while every pass and tackle is logged during the game.
Anyone who remembers real Panini sticker albums has probably seen a few World Cups come and go.
Save yourself all that tedious mucking about with bits of paper and go digital with this free collector's app.
Use your phone's camera to scan your stickers and collate them into a list, plus you can set up lists of "got, need and swaps" always in your pocket, share lists with friends and track missing or duplicate stickers easily.
Prove that sticker collecting isn't dead – it just grew up.
If you think you can guide your nation to World Cup Glory, now's your chance. A game for true football fans, Football Manager Handheld 2014 is a portable port of the classic PC game, which has sapped millions of collective hours from our youth.
It's made with footy-mad commuters in mind, and while it's lighter on the options, it retains all the compulsive enjoyment of its fully-featured predecessors.
The best thing about it isn't the breadth of teams or smooth learning curve, both of which are excellent, but that it can be picked up and put down easily, making it ideal for short journeys to work.