Euro 2012 is here. The three week feast of football that sees 16 teams battle it out in Poland and Ukraine for the title of European champions. There are loads of apps that will help the Android user ensure they don’t miss a moment of the action. Here’s our pick of the best in our Euro 2012 survival guide.
Official UEFA EURO 2012 app
The official UEFA app will give you all the latest news, standing and stats, with video highlights of all the matches for an additional fee.
Dream Team Euro 2012
Show Roy Hodgson how it should be done by entering The Sun’s fantasy football league. There’s £200,000 up for grabs for the armchair manager who can pick the winning team.
England – Euro 2012
Get the lowdown on all the happenings in the England camp – injuries, arguments, penalty-taking practice – with this app dedicated to the Three Lions. There are apps for all the other teams in the tournament too.
Stuck in the office while the matches are on? Catch the latest action as at happens in the company of Gary, Alan, Alan and the rest streamed directly to your phone.
Sky Sports Live Football SC
Still the premier app of choice for getting all the news and scores, and a must-have download if only for the huge splash-screen pic of Jeff Stelling that appears every time you load it up. With a handy widget as well you’ll never miss a goal.
Got your prime seat in front of the TV, and the beer in the fridge. Now let the Domino’s app take care of the food for you.
If you prefer the killer combo of Chiles, Townsend and Southgate to what the Beeb has to offer then the ITV Player app is just what you need. The Android version doesn’t do live streaming (unlike the new iOS one), but you should be able to get full highlights.
Betfair for Android
If, like us, you’re supporting a team that has little to no chance of winning you can at least make it a bit more interesting by putting a few bob on the teams that you do fancy. The Betfair app isn’t available on the Play Store, so you’ll need to download it from their site instead.
Add the schedule to your calendar
If you want to add the schedule to your calendar, download it here on your phone’s browser. You might need to tap and hold on the link and choose ‘Save as’ in order to save it. Then open the downloaded file and follow the instructions to import.