Love football? Always want to know the latest results for that bet you have on the Bundesliga? Never happy unless you know exactly how your fantasy football squad is performing? Then you’re probably going to enjoy the CrowdScores app. The app takes social media and big data and combines the two to deliver the latest results from around the world in one single, easy to use app.
It boasts the fastest live football (or, soccer as the app’s makers call it) scores from leagues, cup competitions and friendlies around the world. It’s also your one-stop shop for all fixtures, results, league tables and line ups.
Literally, if you want to find out who’s playing whom three months from now, what their past performance is and who makes up the teams, this app has it all.
CrowdScores app – Live football scores on iOS & Android
The CrowdScores app is available for all mobile and tablet devices. So if you have an Android, iOS device including (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch) you can get this app today. All you will need to do to download the CrowdScores app is select one of the two links below. Simply tap on whichever link is relevant to your device.
CrowdScores app explained
This app is a fan generated scores network. It works by supporters sharing live match events regardless of game size. So you can find out the latest Northern Premier League results as easily as Manchester United v Chelsea.
Which is pretty useful for most of us who have to wait until the local newspaper has been printed a week later to catch up on our local team. You can follow all your football bets live regardless of how random the league you have bet on is!
So whether it’s the World Cup, Euro 2020, Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, or Championship, this app will have all the results – all of them live and constantly streamed straight to your device.
From the German, Spanish and Italian leagues to Scottish Cup ties and the Nigerian Premier League, all the results come through in real time to this app.
How does the CrowdScores app work?
CrowdScores began life in January 2012 with the express aim of improving football data coverage. It started out as a means to revolutionise how fans share football events, but the makers quickly realised that crowdsourcing live football data also increased the speed and quality of the information. Simply put they are able to get the richest and most complete data on football scores globally because of the fans that take part.
Like the game of football, the concept is beautifully simple but works out infinitely varied in practice. As a fan who uses the app you are a part of the social scores network. The app enables fans of all teams to share the latest events live from the match they are watching.
Every report received by the CrowdScores team – which could be thousands of updates every minute – goes into processors that employ complex algorithms to determine inaccurate or malicious reports. Almost instantly the app updates with accurate and timely data on what’s happening.
Live football scores from around the globe updated in real time by real fans.
Apart from that the biggest and most important feature is the fact there are no adverts, which helps make this app one of the most enjoyable to use and have on your phone.
You’ll also enjoy the team pages, fixtures, league tables and data on cards and substitutions.
This fan-generated app is unique and really does deliver the most up to date and comprehensive set of football live scores and results that you can find in one place. While other websites and apps may be dedicated to a particular league or competition, the CrowdScores app lets users immerse themselves in the whole world of soccer. It’s particularly useful if you’re a fan of betting and want to stay abreast of some of the less popular matches.
Look at the CrowdScores mobile app in action
Competitions covered by the CrowdScores app include:
Major events like the World Cup, Euros, Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, or Championship,
Continental competitions including the Africa Cup of Nations ‘ACON’, Asian Cup, Copa Libertadores.
Major domestic leagues and cup competitions such as La Liga, Copa Del Rey, Serie A, Bundesliga, DFB Pokal, Ligue 1, Coupe de la Ligue, Coupe de France, Scottish Premiership ‘SPL’, Scottish Cup, Eredivisie, Primeira Liga, Major League Soccer ‘MLS’, Europa League.
Various other competitions and leagues, including FIFA Club World Cup, Belgian Pro League, Welsh Premier League, Allsvenskan, Tippeligaen, Superligaen, Superleague Greece and loads loads more!