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Goal.com Puts The World On Your Mobile

The Goal.com mobile app now features live scores, match details, team schedules, standings, 24/7 news coverage and more, all in multiple languages and for you to hold in your hand.



The Goal.com mobile app now features live scores, match details, team schedules, standings, 24/7 news coverage and more, all in multiple languages and for you to hold in your hand.

The Goal.com app is available for you to download now for free across all major smartphone platforms, including Nokia (S60 5th edition), iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and Windows Mobile devices, by visiting http://bit.ly/aUy25T on a desktop or m.goal.com/app via a mobile browser.

Developed in partnership with Handmark®, the world’s leading developer and distributor of mobile applications and services, the Goal.com mobile app is also featured in Nokia's Ovi Store and available for you to download through the Apple App Store and BlackBerry App World.

Goal.com founder and president, Gianluigi Longinotti-Buitoni, said: "Our mobile applications allow our fans to live their passion by instantly connecting to the essence of football the world at large: live scores, play-by-play details, 24/7 news coverage, stats and highly technical information of the widest available number of leagues, teams and players. Our Mobile Applications represent a technological celebration of passion."

Upon download, the app will automatically detect your preferred language (English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Turkish and Indonesian) and present the interface accordingly. Then the choice is yours: you can customize the app based on what leagues, teams and other information you are most interested in.  Whatever your football passion is, the mobile application is here to satisfy them all:
  • Breaking News from across the world, fully illustrated with photographs
  • Live Scores with play-by-play details, Fixtures and Results
  • Player ratings
  • Teams with schedule and lineup details
  • Full coverage of all important tournaments and leagues in the World, including Champions League, Europa League, Copa Libertadores , Bundesliga, English Premier, Ligue 1, MLS, Primera Division, and Serie A.
  • The famous Goal.com Transfer Zone - get informed in time for the summer transfer window.
News and scores within the app update automatically, even when not in use, ensuring that as soon as you switch on, you're given immediate, up-to-date information. All stories are also available for offline reading  and can be shared via email and social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.

Download the Goal.com Mobile app, and the world of football will be at your fingertips and in your pocket!


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