Best Android apps for World Cup 2014


The World Cup 2014 in Brazil is not far away, so I thought it would be appropriate with a list of some of the best apps for your Android smartphone to make you able to follow the event. For those of us that are living in Europe the time the matches are played may not be easy to fit in to our normal day job. That is why it is nice with a good app where we can follow the event. Unfortunately, Denmark is not qualified, but I am still going to follow this event closely. Here is my list of the best apps I have found on Google Play.


Best World Cup 2014 Apps for Android?

  1. Jalvasco World Cup 2014
  2. ESPN FC Football & World Cup
  3. World Cup 2014 by Kevin Choong
  4. World Cup 2014 – Brazil
  5. World Cup 2014 Match Schedule
  6. FIFA World Cup Brazil

Below you can see a couple of screenshot of the Jalcasco app that I found the most interesting Android App for the World Cup. It seems to have everything that an app like this need for us to be updated on the event wherever we are. You can customize it by adding tabs like: Teams, all matches or the group of your favorite country.


Screenshots from the Jalcasco app for Android


Another screenshots from the Jalcasco app for Android

The World Cup 2104 kick off 12 June with the match between the hosts from Brazil v Croatia.

Are you going to watch the World Cup 2014?

Are you going to watch the World Cup from Brazil and who do you think will win the World Cup? Please leave me a comment below?

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23 Responses to Best Android apps for World Cup 2014

  1. vella di says:

    Thanks for sharing this article, Onefootball Brasil is my favorite app it’s well-designed interface, stats, tweets, videos, and the handy “History” section for all the World Cup trivia. It works really well as a news aggregator, getting stories from different sources like the Guardian, and SkySports, as well as tweets and YouTube videos for goals and match highlights. It’s match section is highly detailed too, including the line-up, push notifications, a live ticker for commentary..

  2. vivek says:

    hii tomas really nice collection of apps for football ,thanks for sharing this article

  3. Sourav says:

    Many are set with their Television and internet ready to get moving with the time to time updates of the World Cup. But, some others are busy around with their job , daily chores and so on. And some others are busy travelling.

    These apps would definitely help them out. Moreover , we can even use Google Now facility. Apart from these , you’ve missed out many great official apps too.

    Anyway , Good list !

  4. Jaki says:

    Jalvasco is a nice android app for FIFA 2014 world cup. It is fast and clean. Anyway thanks to Thomas for sharing all the apps with us.

  5. Sagar Nandwani says:

    Fifa world cup games official app for android
    ith this major update for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, you can take the World Cup with you everywhere you go. In this pre-tournament version… – Keep up to date with all the very latest World Cup news – Discover the players and coaches from all 32 competing team

  6. Sagar says:

    Nice and very helpful post

    Though I am huge cricket fan , I love to watch football too and will not miss a single football match. And now as FIFA fever is going on theses applications are very helpful.

    There are many people who are not able to get the updated details about the matches . For them these apps are very helpful. You have got a great list of apps.

    Thank you for sharing.

  7. Wow… Great apps listed there, am really enjoying the fifa world cup on my smartphone..
    Thanks for the share 🙂

  8. Bhargav says:

    really amazing apps and very helpful for Indians especially who cannot see the matches in the late nights. thanks for sharing such a good apps.

  9. Vjay says:

    I use FIFA World Cup 2014 Official App on my Android Moto E, as it helps us to stay connected with latest news of FIFA

  10. Karan says:

    Thanks for this post regarding the FIFA worldcup. Would surely help a noob like me. xD

  11. Allyson Stewart says:

    Hey, Thomas. Just stopping by to say hello. It’s been a while. What a fantastic idea to list great apps for the world cup. I’ve been following along a bit on the games. It’s hard not to. I can’t wait to see who wins!

    Take care,

  12. Ismail N says:

    I used Jalvasco and I think it’s a great app. Really had fun with the World Cup. Sad to see it has ended. Well, life goes on…

  13. vishvast says:

    android app for FIFA 2014 world cup. It is fast and clean. Anyway thanks to you for sharing all the apps with us.looking forward for nice apps

  14. Atul says:

    Any app suggestion for cricket? I am not a very big fan of Football, but I love watching cricket. I recently installed the Cricbuzz app but found it not very good. Please suggest me some better cricket apps. Thanks in advance

  15. Ahmad Naeem says:

    Nice information about Fifa world cup
    please share about ICC cricket world cup 2015

  16. Raheel Arshad says:

    Can you please suggest me some good android apps for worldcup 2015 cricket. There are many people who want ot know the same. I am great fan of your blog because I learn many new things from here and had been your regualr reader. Kindly suggest me some or a good one application for cricket worldcup 2015.

  17. Robin says:

    It was a great list. Will these apps still work for next world cup?

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