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FREE to download & keeping you connected on the move, delivering the latest football news, live scores, commentary & exclusive interviews plus much more making it better than ever before!

 
Quicker and slicker than ever, the FREE Goal.com app comes in specific versions all optimised to your own mobile device.

The app is available in 13 different languages, and brings you all of the content from our worldwide network of reporters.


Features include*:
•    Real time access to all goal.com content, including video
•    Live scores and in-match commentary
•    In app customisation to set up ‘favourite club’
•    Ability to share content direct to your Facebook or Twitter accounts
•    Pin favourite articles to homepage
•    View league tables
•    Ability to change goal.com editions

Simple and easy to use, the goal.com app is exactly what you need to keep up to date on the go!

The app is now available on the following devices: iPhone/iPad, Android/Galaxy Tab, BlackBerry/Playbook, Nokia/QT, Bada/Samsung, Windows Mobile & WebOS - download now from one of the links below.


*Please note some versions may not support the full list of features.

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LIVE: Premier League 2014-15 season recap, Championship play-off final & more!
Follow the Premier League fallout, Championship play-off final and more with Goal's LIVE blog - and join in @GoalUK on Twitter! Hosted by Danny Hart.
09:35 BST
WHY NEXT SEASON COULD BE ONE OF THE BEST

The 2014-15 season won’t go down as one of the greatest. Chelsea ran away with the title. Liverpool and Tottenham fell away from the top four far too early. And two of the three relegation places were - *dons tin hat* - settled before the first ball of the season had been kicked.

But 2015-16 is gonna be GREAT

Why 2015-16 could be one of the Premier League's best (by @gstobart) http://t.co/Vbu6E5DgFp pic.twitter.com/hz82evK6WU

— Goal UK (@GoalUK) May 25, 2015
09:28 BST
 POST-SEASON TOUR TIME!

Mousa Dembele wants to explore the world.

Jan Vertonghen wants the season to end.

We're on our way! @Jan_Vertonghen and @mousadembele are ready for Malaysia! #SpursInMalaysia #COYS pic.twitter.com/oWPjuHxUYD

— Tottenham Hotspur (@Spurs_MAS) May 25, 2015
09:22 BST
AUGUST | GAME OF THE MONTH

End of season = time for reflection. We'll also be having a look back throughout the day at the best matches of the 2014-15 campaign. Remember Everton 3-6 Chelsea?

Chelsea beat Everton 6-3 at Goodison Park at the end of August in an early standout moment of the season, with five goals scored in 10 second-half minutes. Diego Costa made it four goals in three games for his new side, while Cesc Fabregas registered his fourth assist as Chelsea maintained their 100 per cent start to the season.

How the Premier League season unfolded

FULL-TIME: Everton 3-6 Chelsea! http://t.co/gVMf8p6KHu pic.twitter.com/OdahENReZe

— Goal UK (@GoalUK) August 30, 2014
09:15 BST
CHELSEA TROPHY PARADE

Three weeks after winning the thing, Chelsea’s players FINALLY got their hands on the Premier League trophy on Sunday. They’ll be parading it around the streets of Stamford Bridge from 12:00 BST today, so prepare to see a bit more of this...

Nobody is safe from @didierdrogba! #alltheway https://t.co/ApbIO1ujXX

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) May 24, 2015
09:10 BST
MEMORY LANE

And if it wasn’t bad enough that Liverpool slumped to the defeat on Steven Gerrard’s last EVER match for the club, it’s only their 10-year Istanbul anniversary today...

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  2. Golden Shoe: Ronaldo sees off Messi Golden Shoe: Ronaldo sees off Messi

    The Real Madrid star netted a hat-trick against Getafe, after the Barcelona man had bagged a double in a 2-2 draw with Deportivo

  3. Why Rodgers is facing Liverpool sack Why Rodgers is facing Liverpool sack

    The Reds boss had been facing an inquest over his management of the club even before Sunday's 6-1 humbling at Stoke, and despite his claims he will "150 per cent" remain in charge

  4. Mourinho completes stage one at Chelsea Mourinho completes stage one at Chelsea

    The end of a successful season for the newly crowned Premier League champions was punctuated by the potential departures of two legends of the Portuguese's old guard