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Some people believe football is a matter of life and death … I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.

So said Bill Shankly, the late, great manager of Liverpool Football Club. He wasn’t wrong, either, as billions of people religiously follow their favorite football team as if their lives depend on it.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off both figuratively and literally this week. So it’s time to find out what websites and apps you’ll be making use of in order to follow all the action happening in Brazil. Beyond Google Enjoy The Soccer World Cup On Google Street View's Brazil Journey Enjoy The Soccer World Cup On Google Street View's Brazil Journey Not everyone will manage to travel to Brazil and watch the best of football. Google Street View brings you up, close, and personal with the locations that will host the matches. Read More , of course.

Football Fans Of The World Unite

We want to know, The 2014 World Cup: What Websites & Apps Do You Recommend? If you’re not a fan of football – or soccer as Americans insist on calling it against the wishes of every other country in the world – then this question is not meant for you. Unless the discussion below piques your interest enough that you suddenly find yourself cheering on one of the 32 teams competing in the biggest sporting event of the year.

If you’re still reading along then you’re bound to be a football fan. And you’re also bound to have a list of websites and/or apps you use to follow the beautiful game. We want you to share your knowledge with us by recommending the best websites and apps to use during the World Cup.



We recently detailed how to follow the World Cup Soccer Mad? How To Follow The World Cup Soccer Mad? How To Follow The World Cup The following are some cool ways to keep up-to-date with the goings-on in Brazil. You can also use these methods during the regular soccer season to follow your favorite teams. Read More from the comfort of your own home. And we previously featured eight of the best websites all football fans should bookmark 8 Super Websites For Soccer Fans 8 Super Websites For Soccer Fans A list of eight of the best websites all soccer fans should bookmark. Some specialize in news, others in opinion, some focus on goals, others on statistics. All are valuable repositories for the beautiful game. Read More . These two articles are a good starting point, but we really want to compile a definitive list of the best websites and apps for football fans keeping their eyes firmly fixed on the Brazil World Cup from now until July 13.

You can recommend a particular website; whether it’s a big name everybody already know or a fansite you feel offers the best coverage on your team. You can also recommend an app; whether it’s one dedicated solely to the 2014 FIFA World Cup or one which covers football in all its various guises.

Have Your Say

All comments will be read and most will be replied to, before a follow-up post is published containing the We Ask You Results. One reader will win Comment Of The Week, receiving a geeky T-shirt for their effort.

We Ask You is a column dedicated to learning the opinions of MakeUseOf readers. This column is nothing without you, as MakeUseOf is nothing without you.

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  1. Sherif halim
    July 5, 2014 at 6:16 pm

    Hi guys!
    i would like to have my share here about apps and website recommending for soccer fans during world cup Brazil 2014. is a wonderful website that let you watch all world cup games live online with best quality for your connection and best part is that there no ads on the site

  2. Cefe
    June 13, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    Hi guys! We have developed an app called Figgu and we aim to be the marketplace of the digital trading cards. We have a World Cup Collection so please feel free to download Figgu and check it out. Our website is, hopefully you like our app!

  3. A41202813GMAIL
    June 13, 2014 at 2:20 am

    Unfortunately This Handy Schedule Is Fixed In UTC-3.

    For Me UTC+1 Would Be The Real Deal.

    Some Bugs: 'Match 62' Was Not Corrected Yet.

    I Tried To Correct It, But I Lost The Ability To Edit WIKIPEDIA - I Do Not Know Why.


  4. Fernando Sousa
    June 12, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    Try, a social networks aggregator based on topics. For example,

  5. Suleiman
    June 12, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    It is simple, the only app that you will need is this:

    One Football Brazil.

    Why? this is why ( i am copying and pasting the info)
    • All the latest national team news
    • Detailed World Cup news before and during the tournament
    • Exclusive Live Ticker for all matches of the tournament
    • Match schedules, results and statistics
    • Personalised push notifications – don’t miss a kick!
    • Videos from press conferences and interviews
    • Pre- and postgame news coverage for all matches"

    If the above app is overwhelming to you and you just want an app that tells you when your team game will be on , goal alerts and that you want to get an instant txt feed during the game, this is for you:

    ScoreMobile FC Football Scores

    If you want to watch the games with no problem at all go here:

    Have a wonderful Brazilian world cup days folks.

    • Dave P
      June 15, 2014 at 2:53 pm

      Another vote for One Football. Interesting. We cannot support anyone watching copyrighted streams online, and remind you that these websites may be breaking the law where you live.

  6. Xoandre
    June 12, 2014 at 2:35 pm

    It says above: "Have your say"

    Here is what I wish to say.

    I understand that many millions of people have a love for their favorite sport(s). I have no problem with them enjoying what they love. Let them rejoice when their team wins, scores points, and cry and moan when their team loses or fails in some way.

    However, there are still millions of us out here who do not comprehend the appeal of sporting events.

    So, in short, in direct reply to your query: "We want to know, The 2014 World Cup: What Websites & Apps Do You Recommend? "

    and for those who wish to argue, please read this before you comment on my post:

    Thank you and have a great day.

    • A41202813GMAIL
      June 13, 2014 at 3:18 pm

      Is There A Thing Called Love ?

      Has It Touched You Ever ?

      On SUNDAY, JULY 1 1979, I Was Lucky To Be At Home And Watching The Last Laps Of FRANCE 1979, On An Old Black And White TV - I Was 22.

      Until Then XOANDRE Could Just As Easily Be My Name - After That Day, Not In A Million Years.


    • Dave P
      June 15, 2014 at 2:51 pm

      You're entitled to you opinion, but then so are those who love sports and wish to talk about them online and off. We wouldn't normally cover a sporting event in this way, but the World Cup is unique in the spread and scope of its appeal around the world.

  7. Rajaa C
    June 12, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    I would be refering to the website and as I am using the Lumia 630, I would be using their app itself. The have designed the app for all the popular OS like iOS, Android, WP OS, Blackberry and Windows 8.

    It Provides :

    All teams - customise your experience and follow your favourite team anytime and anywhere.
    All news - get the breaking news and latest videos on all 32 teams in 15 languages.
    All matches - don't miss a kick. Get up-to-the-minute live commentary, highlights and statistics for every match.
    All players - The most comprehensive statistics on your favourite players from any team.

    Very comprehensive and my choice of app and website for the FIFA World Cup Football at Brasil for the Yera 2014. :) And I just hope Brasil winds it too. :P

    • Dave P
      June 15, 2014 at 2:49 pm

      Nice choice! I'm definitely checking that app out. I'm also supporting Brazil, even though I'm English.

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