If you’re a fan of soccer, there’s probably no reason to tell you the World Cup is fast approaching. Equally, if you’re a regular on this site it’s likely your smartphone will be your go-to place for all the latest news and views.
This summer will of course be the most interactive ever, whether you be wanting World Cup tips, live feeds to games or even fantasy football. Which means there are plenty of apps to download!
With just a few months until kick off, here are our favourite apps to help you countdown to June 14…
The Official Panini Sticker Album
Yes, ripping and sticking is no longer required with the new Panini app. You can enjoy the tradition of collecting World Cup stickers direct from your mobile.
It’s free to download and you are given two free packets per day. Of course, if you want to fill it quicker you can buy packets too.
But what about the swaps? Well you can head to the Swap Area and make your trades.
The Official FIFA World Cup App
You’ll probably want to hear all the latest news directly from the horse’s mouth. The official World Cup app has you covered.
With all the latest news, views and video you’ll be kept fully up to date on everything you need to know about Russia 2018.
William Hill App
Naturally, a big part of the World Cup is having a flutter. Fancy another Iceland giant killing? Perhaps you’d prefer to play safe and go for Messi to top score.
Either way, William Hill has got you covered and from now until the tournament will be providing you all the latest odds and offers to enjoy. It’s one of the best places to have a punt and will have a huge range of World Cup markets.
An On Demand TV App
No matter where you are in the world, soccer’s biggest tournament will be live on TV.
If you’re out and about, an on demand app will have your back and you’ll be able to watch live games no matter where you are.
The likes of BBC iPlayer or ESPN will steam games daily, meaning you’ll never miss out on any of the action.
Football Manager 2018
Think you can do better? Why not download Football Manager 2018 and put yourself to the test.
It’s not free and comes at a fair price but it’s comfortably the most expansive and in depth simulation game on the market. Can you lead England to their first since ‘66? Maybe the dark horses Belgium are destined for the title under your reign.
There’s only one way to find out…