Onefootball

Onefootball

Soccer is perhaps the most popular game in the world so no wonder it is worshiped by millions of people, perhaps even billions. But soccer is also a complicated game not to mention you can even bet on soccer matches. This creates the need to be always informed about what’s going on in soccer but as you can imagine this is a hard task. Well, not anymore, thanks to a nice and simple Google Play application called Onefootball.

Onefootball allows its users to have all the information about soccer and soccer games at all times. The application is first free and then easy to install and once this is done you can immerse yourself in it and in the world of modern soccer. The app brings you news on players, teams, coaches and games and then allows you to follow pre-selected leagues around the world. The number of leagues in the app is not infinite but even then Onefootball brings you the most popular soccer leagues around the globe. You can select a league and then you can see the current standings, the latest scores, the match days and much, much more. Of course you can follow a club too and see what’s new about it, the matches it has played and more.

In a few words Onefootball will give you all the information you might need about soccer leagues and your favorite team – all the stats, all the news, all the goals and the matches, you name it. Everything is done easy and fast and you won’t be wasting time on menus, ads and more. Onefootball might not be the best soccer app there is but it is very close.

You can find Onefootball for free here on Google Play.

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