We are true soccer fans. So we’re throwing down on the field to support the MLS All-Stars.
If you’re also a legit fan, check out these apps to keep up with the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star Game, coming to you tonight at 9:30 EST. The match will be broadcast live to a nationwide audience in both English and Spanish on ESPN2 and UniMas.
For a full list of MLS All-Star events visit http://www.mlssoccer.com/all-star/2014/events
Onefootball describes itself as “the most comprehensive Football App.” You can use it to stay up to date with all the latest football news, live scores, results, transfers and more from your favorite team and all other clubs around the world. Available for iOS and Android.
Soccer Rules Challenge
So you think you know soccer? The Soccer Rules Challenge app is “designed to test fans on their knowledge of the rules, common situations and unusual scenarios so they can enhance their enjoyment of the game,” according to iTunes.
If you’re looking for the true fan experience for iOS and Android, Fanatix may be it. With this app you can view official video highlights and real-time feeds of all the latest sports news. You can also personalize the app to follow your favorite teams on social media and share content with other fans in your group.
If you’re looking for official, MLS Matchday, is the the official app of Major League Soccer. The app keeps you connected with the latest news, highlights, scores and analysis. Add an MLS LIVE subscription to stream hundreds of live and archived matches directly through the app. Available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Learn more about AT&T as Official Communications Services Sponsor of U.S. Soccer and our longstanding relationship with the Mexican Soccer Federation (Federación Mexicana de Fútbol, FMF).
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