ESPN Goals iPhone app shows every Premier League goal
Subscription will bring you highlights of every goal before Sky and Match of the Day.
ESPN has launched perhaps the most impressive football application ever, by promising to deliver video highlights of Premier League goals to your mobile phone within minutes of the ball crossing the line.
The broadcaster, which also shows live games on its UK satellite and cable channel, will charge £3.99 a month or £29.99 a season for a subscription to ESPN Goals which will be available initially on Android and iPhone. A live scores service will be free of charge.
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ESPN, which has rights to 23 live games this season, also has the rights to mobile highlights and will allow subscribers to the app to see the action from all games before BBC's Match of the Day and Sky Sports' Football First shows.
Subscribers will get the goals delivered to their phone within minutes, except during the 2:45-5:15pm window on Saturdays, which is protected from TV coverage. Early and late Saturday kick-offs are good to go, as well as Sunday's and midweek games.
If you're not an Android or iPhone user, you can still access the service through ESPN's mobile site, and an app is set to land on other stores such as Nokia's Ovi Store in the near future.