The 2017/18 soccer season gets underway next month in the UK after what has been a long summer without a major tournament for fans. If you are looking for some great insight ahead of the new campaign, here are three apps you should look to download.
New Star Soccer
New Star Soccer is one of the leading apps around today as it has proved very popular with soccer fans. The game allows you to launch your own career in soccer where your aim to is to improve your skills as your career progresses.
Once you are up and running, you won’t want to put the game down as you will be juggling all the commitments that come with being a professional footballer. You have to keep your teammates, coaches and sponsors happy with your performance while pondering the possibility of moving to another club. Once you retire, your career will be marked and you will be desperate to better your friends and family in the game. New Star Soccer has a retro look to it so you will feel like you are playing a game from the ’90s. However, the gameplay is much more modern and exciting.
Infogol is a new app which allows soccer punters to access free tips and predictions on games which are generated from a built-in expected goals model. Not only are suggested bets offered on the result of the match, but total goals and if both teams will score are also provided. The app ensures you can see real time odds, statistics, tables and team sheets once they have been submitted.
If you want to follow a game or have a bet in-play, scores and odds are updated live as the match progresses. The app currently includes the Premier League, Championship, La Liga and even the Brazilian Serie A on their roster of available leagues – not to mention both the Champions League and the Europa League – and they have plans to lengthen their offering in the near future.
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If you want to keep on top of all the news in soccer ahead of the new season, the best way to do so is with Newsnow. They collate all articles which are published on the sport around the world.
To make things easier for superfans, there are tabs for each team in the top four leagues in England, while you can search for articles by league or country and refine your search for a particular player. This app will ensure you are first to come across breaking news and make sure you miss nothing in pre-season, where this summer has been very busy as Manchester City broke the world transfer record for a defender when they paid a reported £53 million for Kyle Walker from Tottenham, while the spending isn’t expected to end there by the big clubs in the Premier League before the window shuts. You can also set notifications where you receieve an email every time your suggested word is published in an article.
All of the above apps are free to download and can be found in all of the leading app stores for mobiles, tablets and desktop computers.