Official EURO 2012 app with Orange
The official app which is powered by UEFA.com has everything you need to know about this year’s tournament and lets you set three favourites teams to get quick access to fixtures, squads and group tables. If you are heading out to the Euros, there’s plenty of useful information provided from places to see bus and train details with an augmented reality and people finder features to be added nearer to the tournament.
FourFourTwo Football Stats Zone
Having already analysed all the Premier League, Champions League and African Cup of Nations action this year, the Opta Sports-powered app will be turning its attention to Euro 2012 providing the same detailed insight into tracking match data. From pass completion to player influence, you’ll be able to share it all on Twitter and Facebook so you can back up your booze fuelled assessment that Lampard did nothing in that game.
Platform: iPhone | Price: Free (no-in app purchase required) | Link: Download FourFourTwo Football Stats Zone iPhone app
Football Attack Euro 2012
If you put yourself in the same football visionary bracket as Paul the Octopus, you can show off your wider football knowledge by predicting the results of the matches and competing against your friends through Facebook. Predictions get locked in for those who are thinking of cheating, and you can also see all the permutations beforehand to ensure you know what is needed to finish out on top.
Live Score Addicts
The slickest football scores app on the App Store already covers over 300 leagues and has been tracking Euro 2012 action since the qualification stages. As well as offering video highlights during and after the match, Live Score Addicts now offers live tables, starting line-ups and match statistics. The push notification service will let you know as soon as the matches kick off and when the goals begin to pour in.
Trying to find the perfect place to watch England’s opener against France? This pub finder app will help you find the perfect place to watch the game, letting you know how many screens are available, whether the sound will be turned up and even if the food is up to scratch. So you don’t have to pack an extra round of sandwiches in your bag that day…
Carlsberg UEFA EURO 2012™
If Carlsberg did EURO 2012, UEFA would withdraw Rooney’s suspension and lead England all the way to a final showdown with Germany decided by a single Lampard goal that definitely went over the line. Unfortunately the Danish beer-maker doesn't possess such influencial powers, but they do know how to make a decent footy app. With daily news and live commentary available in multiple languages, you'll also be able to have your say on who picks up the Man of the Match award at the end of each game.