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This article was published on November 29, 2013

    FIFA launches mobile apps to track your favorite football teams and follow the World Cup draw live

    FIFA launches mobile apps to track your favorite football teams and follow the World Cup draw live Image by: Thomas Northcut
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    The FIFA brand may have become synonymous with an uber-popular football game, but the international governing body behind the name has introduced its own apps, ahead of the World Cup finals draw next week.

    Available for iPhone, iPad and Android, FIFA covers hundreds of competitions from around the world – both domestic and international tournaments – serving up scores, news and more from the beautiful game.

    Interestingly, the app will also stream live coverage of the World Cup draw on December 6, as well as schedules, a destination guide for Brazil and team profiles. It will also feature videos from the FIFA TV Studio and FIFA archives.

    ➤ FIFA: iPhone | iPad | Android