Here's top 5 apps to download for new Premier League

Stream, watch, play and read about the most loved game

Tech Desk August 14, 2016

Football fans are all set for the new Premier League season and diehard enthusiasts don’t simply watch the match on TV and be over with. They want to follow every update, to the smallest details.

Such soccer lovers then will appreciate the list we have of the top five sports apps that they can download to significantly enhance their Premier League experience.

Official Premier League app

This app is definitely not something fans would want to see on the list given its bad reputation. But it should be noted that this new app by PL has gone through significant changes. Unlike the last edition, users don’t have to pay for every new session and won’t need a new app every year. Feature includes Fantasy Premier League team the fans can manage and Matchday Live for live blogging and updates on every Premier League fixture.

The app is available on both iOS and Android.

Sky Sports Football Score Centre

This is a solid new app for Sky Sports that includes features like video highlights for matches and push notifications for your teams including in-game clips. The app also includes match reports, previews and a dedicated news section.

The app is available on both iOS and Android.

BBC Sport

The BBC app is great app for sports in general, but you can fine tune it to keep you updated to the latest news on Premier League. Main features include the ability to select your own personalised sports news alerts. Users can tweak the app to create a personalised “My Sport” page, bringing together the stories, results and fixtures for the topics that they love.

The app is available on both iOS and Android.

BT Sport app

BT Sports is a key broadcaster for the season and its app also allows you to stream live fixtures for 42 hours. It also includes exclusive streaming of selected events that will not be televised on the channels. The app also has an array of video clips including highlights and interviews.

The app is available on both iOS and Android.


Finally we have Twitter and it is perfect for those who have limited time and are not interested in long sessions but rather bite-sized highlights. And the best part is that most or almost all of us are already using the app.

If you haven't downloaded it yet, you can do it right here: for iOS and Android.

This article originally appeared on TechRadar

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FAIZAL T H | 6 years ago | Reply Thanks for these apps.. #ManchesterCity thats my pick for premier league always.
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