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Top 4 Soccer iPhone Apps That Are Missing From The App Store


If you’re addicted to your iPhone as much as I am, you’ve probably been disappointed that some crucial iPhone soccer apps don’t exist in the App store. Here are the top 4 that are missing:

  1. Official Fantasy Premier League iPhone App. Out of all of the apps that are missing, this is the one I would use the most if it was available. Plus, this is the one that is most logical to be accessed by a mobile device. The app would be perfect to allow you to log in to your account and change your fantasy team around as well as to see how many points you scored each week.
  2. Fantasy Football Scout iPhone App. Fantasy Football Scout is one of our favorite sites to help with your fantasy picks each week. But if an app could be created for that site that lists the latest injury news as well as predicted line-ups, that would definitely be incredibly useful for football fans who are away from their desktops or laptops.
  3. Soccer TV Guide iPhone App. There needs to be one comprehensive guide that only features the soccer games in your country — or even better in your local coverage area. This one would surely be used by soccer fans all the time especially to find out the last-minute changes to the TV schedule.
  4. Fox Soccer Channel iPhone App. A FSC branded iPhone app would be a great way for Fox Soccer Channel to promote their network, their TV schedule and their latest news stories from

Are there are any iPhone apps you’d love to see that aren’t listed above that should be added to the App Store? Click the comments link below and share your opinion. You can also review the article on the Top 5 Essential iPhone Apps For Soccer Fans if you have an iPhone but don’t know which iPhone apps to get.

Also, be sure to check out the EPL Talk iPhone App which is available via the App Store and is automatically updated with all of the latest EPL Talk Podcast episodes as they are released.

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  1. Pavel

    March 21, 2012 at 7:32 am

    Watch thousands soccer highlights on your device with Goal! app.!-watch-thousands-highlights/id504541042?mt=8

    The application offer highlights from different leagues with an incredibly simple user interface designed specifically with the end user in mind. Now you are able to watch all the goals across Europe and international leagues (UEFA Champions League, Europa League, England, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, USA, Russia, etc.) via Wi-Fi or 3G internet connection.

  2. Paul

    July 28, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    Expect some mind blowing apps to be released in the coming months. We have some big announcements to make soon. Check our site

  3. Mark

    March 23, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    For any serious soccer coaches out there, check out Statzpacs App for tracking and recording stats/events during a game. Tracks goals, freekicks, asists etc You can sync up all the data to a website, where you can analyse and share your stats.

    Currently being used by an EPL team at academy and first team level!

  4. dlink09

    February 12, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    i have Arsenal Iphone app. they show goal highlights of all the matches and updates from Wenger and some new realted to first team,reserves and so…
    i think it is good app..

  5. Eric

    February 12, 2010 at 1:15 pm

    The fantasy premier league game does have a mobile version of it’s website. Its at

    • The Gaffer

      February 12, 2010 at 2:31 pm

      Hi Eric, thanks for mentioning that. I didn’t know there was a mobile version of the site and I’ll definitely check it out. I still wish there was an iPhone app for it though because it’d be much easier than accessing through a mobile version of the site.

      The Gaffer

      • Eric

        February 12, 2010 at 8:28 pm

        Yeah, the mobile page is extremely basic. They could do a really nice job with a separate ap.

        I’ve only just now joined the iphone world, so I’ve not actually tried making any trades with the mobile version yet.

  6. jmansor

    December 2, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    It is a shame that Football/Championship Manager isn’t in the US. I downloaded Soccer Manager but I am struggling to enjoy with all the names slightly changed.

  7. villan

    December 2, 2009 at 6:37 am

    FSC doesn’t have an iPhone app yet probably because they have a relationship with Verizon Wireless; look at all the Verizon Wireless advertising on FSC during commercial breaks or during Fox Football Fone-in. My guess is that either FSC is contractually prohibited in some way from making an iPhone app (and thus indirectly promoting AT&T Wireless) or they just don’t want to piss Verizon Wireless off. It’s a similar problem with other pro leagues that don’t have official iPhone apps, like NFL, NHL, and NASCAR; they all got into bed with Sprint or Verizon.

  8. US Cherries Fan

    December 1, 2009 at 10:41 pm

    As you can see have not quite manged typing effectively on my iPhone yet!!

  9. US Cherries Fan

    December 1, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    Like you gaffer I think the iPhone is the best
    thing since sliced bread (and marmite..).One
    App that would be handy would be a football stats database
    with player profiles and records etc.Handy for
    doing a quick stat check whilst watching a game
    on tv or live at the ground.A “Live” league table
    app would be fun too for a Saturday/Sunday morning!
    Final idea would be football triva / quiz app which
    would be ideal for use in the pub to stir lively debate
    amongst fellow football friends.

    Btw – is it possible to download podcasts from the
    EPL app or can they just be streamed from there?

    Excellent site-one of my favorite football destinations
    on the web!

  10. Jesse

    December 1, 2009 at 7:52 am

    Don’t quote me on this, but I believe it’s interesting that only Arsenal have put out an official app. It would be nice for other top clubs to look into an official application as well that could include player interviews, video clips such as goal highlights, etc., etc. (The sky’s the limit)


    With 2010 now only a few weeks away, I’m sure we’ll start seeing World Cup apps popping up all over the app store. It would be nice for FIFA to create an official application for fans of the WC to follow all the news & analysis with the touch of a finger.

    • The Gaffer

      December 1, 2009 at 9:20 pm

      Yep I’ve heard several good things about the Arsenal iPhone app too. Even though I’m not an Arsenal fan, I’ll have to take a look at it.

      The Gaffer

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