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Watching football free on Kodi? Not for long..

Got a Kodi box? Just using it to stream personal content like recorded videos to your TV yeah? No, of course you’re not. Kodi boxes, as we mentioned previously, have now become more and more popular for another reason. With very little knowledge, anyone can add plugins to …

Orange launch a Holiday Europe plan for the UEFA championships

As a UK resident, it was certainly a flash from the past to receive an email from Orange. They are, of course, still going strong elsewhere in Europe and, if you’re heading across Europe for the EURO 2016 tournament. The Orange Holiday plan is available here (this is …

FIFA 16 and true mobile gaming on the iPhone

This week has seen the release of FIFA 16, the annual evolution of the nation’s favourite football game. But this year there is an odd omission – the lack of mobile console versions. Traditionally, FIFA has always been available on as many formats as practically possible but this …

Top apps to keeping your finger on the pulse of sports news

After reading Leighs problems with his TV (it had an unfortunate collision with a Nintendo Wii controller), I noticed that it would ruin his yearly get-together watching the Cheltenham Festival. Hopefully he’ll have a new TV sorted by then, but if you’re into your horse racing you’ll no …

Three sponsor Plymouth Argyle away game

Football is a huge deal for anyone that follows a team. Sometimes this comes at not only a large expense, but a large amount of time travelling to games around the UK. Plymouth Argyle fans are to make the longest trip in English football on Saturday visiting Hartlepool United …

Hooligans ‘The Bravest’ iOS revew

We’re British, it is therefore in our bones to love booze, brawls, and the beautiful game… In a twist to the myriad World Cup games comes a novel approach: Hooligans ‘The Bravest’. What can we expect of this celebration of all that makes us proud? According to the …

Token news item featuring Wayne Rooney

Clickbait? Us? Never. This one is a risky release, especially just a few hours before England play a vital World Cup match, but still, here’s Wayne Rooney with his football training app. It’s called a “soccer” training app because there’s apparently some confusion with some other sport involving …

Catch all the matches with World Cup Scheduler

In case you had somehow failed to notice, the World Cup kicks off in Brazil later tonight, with the start of 64 games over a month in 12 different cities across the country. World Cup Scheduler is an app that keeps you up to date with who is …

Arsenal FC make a new signing…

You’d have thought that if no one knew how to pronounce your name it would make things a little difficult. It kinda makes it tricky to spread news if no one can remember what your company is called. Hoo-wa-way? Hoo-way? Either way, Huawei aren’t letting that hold them …

Get more sports access with Vodafone 4G

Thinking of joining Vodafone 4G? If you’re a sports fan then Voda have the answer. Picks the Sport Pack as your free option on a 4G plan and you’ll get FULL access to all Sky Sports services. The deal is on until 23:59 on the 18th August, so …

Euro 2012 is coming…….

Euro 2012 is about to kick off and every avid footy fan in Europe and across the world is due to be glued to the telly box watching the beautiful game. There are those who are destined to miss the games due to other commitments.  Work, the dreaded …

Official UEFA 2012 App Launched

Football or for our stateside visitors Soccer is once again about to explode to the fore with the advent of Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. To accompany this extravagaza Orange in conjunction with UEFA have released the official Euro 2012 app across 8 (yes, eight) mobile platforms …

Sky Sports TV headed to Android very soon indeed

We’ve had a lot of interest around the Sky TV mobile apps during the last few months, and rightly so, they’re really rather good. The Sky Sports TV app – already available on iOS – is said to be in the final stages of beta testing. This app …

Sony Ericsson create a real-life football video game

The guys from Sony Ericsson have been up to their tricks again. This time they’ve hooked up some football players to phones via some rather clever technology. Yes, it does sound a bit crazy but the end result is pretty cool :)