FIFA World Cup Brazil

The International Federation of Association Football – or FIFA – has released a great app just in time for the Final Draw for the 2014 World Cup in Brasil. The Final Draw is on the 7th of December local time, and you can follow it with the official FIFA app, simply named FIFA. But that’s only a small part of this app.


The FIFA app is designed to give you the most comprehensive coverage of football across the globe, with 197 leagues incorporated, including the Australian Hyundai A-League and New Zealand ASB Premiership. Included is a Live World Match Centre that shows previous and upcoming games in your favourite leagues, FIFA World Cup where you can follow the Teams, Match Schedule, Qualifiers, and Destinations that has a football history of the host country (Brasil), the host cities and stadiums. There’s also a countdown clock to the Final Draw, which will possibly be replaced by a World Cup countdown after the draw. There’s a large news section, men’s and women’s ranking – Australia is ranked 59th for men’s and 8th for women’s.


The FIFA app has a plethora of information that an ardent football fan can discover when they follow their favourite football leagues from around the world. This app is also very nicely designed and intuitive to use, with being free on Google Play now.

Are you looking forward to the World Cup? Let us know in the comments!

Source: The Verge.
Via: Google Play.
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    I really can’t get it out of my head that the Brazil World Cup logo looks like someone face palming. 😛