Hitting the back of the Android net just in time for the kick-off at the UEFA EURO 2012 tournament, will ESPN’s extensive app coverage enhance your experience of The Beautiful Game, or is it an own-goal fest ending in an England-esque early bath? What do you think?
The biggest football festival of recent years is about to strike, seeing throngs of fans parading proudly into Poland and arriving with, perhaps a little more unease, in Ukraine. What lies before is nigh on a month of sensational ‘soccer’ (Look, it’s called ‘football’; we invented it, we named it!), a knock-out kick-about that’ll crown one nation the footballing kings of Europe and which no footie fan would want to miss a minute of; which is where ESPNsoccernet comes in to play.
Bringing together not just the Euros, but also all major footballing action from leagues and tournaments worldwide, coverage is as comprehensive as it comes, with fixtures, live scores, stats, profiles and tables, all in one handy, easy to access and navigate package.
Customisable too, allowing you to add in your favourite teams for blanket coverage, there’s videos of goals galore to ogle and Push Notification due soon to keep even the most fanatical football follower thrilled. To use an idiotic-Andy-Greyism, ESPN look to have ‘smashed it’.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Quick, concise, news- and fact-packed, ESPNsoccernet is all you need to immerse yourself in the Euros. With a clean, clear and responsive interface, they may keep calling it ‘soccer’ but with this app it’s football that’s coming phone…