6 Best Soccer Apps for iPhone and iPad to Track Score and News

As big football/soccer fans, we can’t live without a special app on our phones that shows us scores, schedules, and everything else about the game. But it took some time for us to find a complete app that went well with the game. We were able to find several good Soccer apps for iPhone and iPad that any fan would love to have, and we want to share that list with you today.

When you follow a sport, you need to know a lot more than just the score. As a fan, you’d want a breakdown of the game, ratings, information about players, news about transfers, etc. Even though apps like ESPN and Bleacher Report do a good job, we still think you should use a soccer-only app. And that’s what we thought about when making this list, so go ahead and check it out.


When we used other apps before we found FotMob, we didn’t like that we couldn’t see a player’s history in detail. If you’re a true fan, you’ll agree that it’s normal to wake up in the middle of the night and wonder how many goals Messi scored in the 2012/13 season. FotMob lets you do just that because it gives you detailed stats for every single player.

FotMob has a clean interface that uses the material design style to keep track of all your games and scores. You can also choose to get scores and news about your favourite teams when they change. There is also a detailed transfers page for every league and club, so you can keep track of who is coming in and who is going out. FotMob also collects news from many popular sources and shows it to you.

Also, we love how FotMob gives us small details about the game it’s based on. So, we think this is the best soccer app that can be made. You can also listen to commentary on popular live games, which is a cool extra. This helps if you can’t find a way to watch the game where you are.

Since there is a small delay in the live broadcast, though, the notifications can sometimes give away the scores. At times, the main screen had so much information and games that it was hard to know where to start. FotMob also works with Apple Watch, but it only shows games that you follow. We’d rather have the Apple Watch show all popular games or let us choose a league and keep it on all the time.

Also, there is a paid version of the app that doesn’t have any ads. Overall, we love that the app has everything from stats to play-by-play notes to where to find games on TV or streaming services.

Price: Free; Pro Version: $2.49/3 months onwards


OneFootball is a very popular app, and we thought its user interface was the best-looking of all the soccer apps for the iPhone and iPad. As soon as you open the app, it shows you a big card with your favourite team’s upcoming or live game. We like this feature because we usually check a soccer score app to see how our favourite team is doing.

On your homepage, OneFootball also shows you news and stories from well-known news sources. You can also connect OneFootball to Siri so that when you say the name of your favourite team, Siri will tell you how they did.

It also gives statistics about each player, but it focuses mostly on the statistics for the current season. So, it’s just not possible to find historical statistics. But we like how the player’s stats are highlighted and how they rank in the league. This makes it easy to get a quick idea of how well the player did overall.

OneFootball also sends out timely updates, but we don’t get to see the player who scored a goal or got a red card. Some users have also said that there aren’t enough good news articles. There are a few mistakes in grammar that make it hard to understand what is being said. You can also only follow a certain number of other players.

There are ads, but they don’t get in the way, and you can get rid of them if you buy the pro version of the app. In addition, OneFootball says that the pro version will run faster and use less data.

Price: Free; Pro Version: $0.99/month onwards


The main purpose of the GOAL soccer app is to keep you up to date on all the latest news and buzz about the game. It shows scores and coverage of live games, but its main purpose is to help you read about everything going on in the world of football.

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On the first page of the app, there’s a big card that shows the day’s most important event. This is followed by all the other stories that have to do with the next set of games. You can also choose your favourite players and teams to make a feed that will show you stories and news about them all on one page. GOAL is also good at showing old statistics and data.

Within the GOAL app, there is a page called “GOAL 50” where you can vote for your favourite player and see a list of the top fifty players with the most votes.

The main thing we don’t like about this app is that it’s slow and the user interface needs a lot of work. Even worse, there is a large, annoying ad in the app, and there is no paid version that gets rid of it. Users sometimes said they were confused when they heard the audio of an ad without seeing the video.

Both of these make it hard to trust the experience of the user. We still like it, though, and put it on this list of the best soccer apps for iPhone and iPad because it has a lot of information about the game.

Price: Free


ForzaFootball is a soccer app that is easy to use and has a simple design. It doesn’t have a lot of extra features, but it gives you everything you need to know about games, like scores, news, and everything else that’s important.

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First, you get a tab that lets you keep track of your favourite team and players. Only these things will be covered in the “home” tab. We liked how the “Calendar” tab gave us an overview of all the games happening around the world.

ForzaFootball also has a full-fledged app for Apple Watch and works with a wide range of widgets for the iPhone home screen. It also lets you sync your settings to iCloud, which makes it easier to use when you get a new iPhone and download it again.

The fact that it has a tab for the FIFA World Cup 2022 is interesting. So, it will be easy for people who only download the app to watch the World Cup. But we thought that the search suggestions and statistics for players and teams could be better.

The app has ads, but they don’t get in the way of the important parts of the app, and you can always close an ad that pops up. Also, if you buy the pro version, you can get rid of the ads and give money to their youth academy in Cambodia.

Price: Free; Pro Version: $149/month onwards


BeSoccer is similar to ForzaFootball in that it has a simple and minimal user interface and gives you the latest soccer scores, news, and transfers. Overall, it does a good job of keeping track of scores and news about all the soccer games that are currently going on.

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At the top of the home screen is a ribbon that looks a lot like the Instagram stories icons. These icons have a team logo, a player’s face, or anything else about the game that is getting a lot of attention right now. When you click on it, you can see more information about the same thing. This is a great way to show what’s happening in the game world right now.

Other than that, there is a tab called “Explore,” which has a list of all the countries in alphabetical order. Once you choose a country, you can see all the local leagues and news about that country’s national team. You also get a tab just for news and transfers.

The app has advertisements and can get a bit annoying. You can purchase the plus version of the app to disable the same.

Price: Free; Plus Version: $2.99 onwards


The Premier League is without a doubt the most popular soccer league in the world. This app is for you if you mostly watch English soccer, or as it should be called, football.

The best thing about the Premier League app is that it has the Fantasy Premier League, also known as the FPL, which a lot of people play and get really into every week. If you follow football and soccer accounts on social media, you’ve probably heard the buzz and seen how excited fans are when they play FPL.

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On the app’s home page, you can find all the important updates and news about the Premier League. We love how in-depth the coverage is, especially the expert analysis of tactics, player stories, and even news about the youth football clubs in England.

This app is a must-have if you want to know everything there is to know about the English Premier League. It has every stat since the league started and is a great way to compare and keep track of stats for current games and players. But we’d like it to be easier to access FPL within the app itself instead of through an in-app browser window.

You can also watch short videos about games and all of the post- and pre-match talks. This gives you pretty much everything you need to know about the league. But other than English football and the UEFA Champions League, the app doesn’t cover any other sports. We’d rather have another tab that just shows the scores of all the other games going on. As football fans, we’d like to know quickly what’s going on in other leagues, too.

Price: Free


After downloading and trying out a lot of apps from the App Store, we were able to put together this list of the best soccer apps for iPhone and iPad. Now that the FIFA World Cup 2022 is going on in Qatar, we thought this list would help you keep track of all the scores and news about the game.