FIFA 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)FIFA 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)

The official FIFA app for iOS has been updated ahead of the upcoming 2014 World Cup, which kicks off with a match between the Brazilian host team and Croatia (my home country) next Tuesday, June 12.

In addition to keeping you in the loop on the latest news concerning the upcoming matches, the free iPhone and iPod touch application, now bumped to version 2.0, offers detailed information about players and coaches from all 32 competing teams, a schedule of all 64 games, trivia about the stadiums and cities and much more…

Note that this is a pre-tournament release of the app.

Another update before the 2014 World Cup kicks off will let you vote for Man of the Match, follow live action, receive match alerts from your favorite teams and more.

FIFA 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 003)FIFA 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 004)

FIFA 2.0 changelog:

• Keep up to date with all the very latest World Cup news
• Discover the players and coaches from all 32 competing teams
• Plan your World Cup with a schedule of all 64 games
• Explore the host country Brazil and get familiar with the stadiums and cities where the action will happen
Watch out for a further update before the tournament kicks-off where you’ll be able to:
• Enter the Global Stadium and follow minute-by-minute action, live from all 64 games
• #Joinin the biggest football conversation in history alongside friends, players, coaches and fellow fans
• Keep up to date with match alerts from your favourite teams
• Follow our daily Live Blog, which will give you up-to-the-minute coverage of everything happening at the tournament with exclusive photo and video coverage
• Affect what happens at the World Cup by voting for Man of the Match

Download the updated FIFA app free in the App Store.

The software requires iOS 6.0 or later and doesn’t run natively on iPads.

  • Mohamed Hassabo

    Vamos Espana!

  • @dongiuj

    Mohamed Hassano, you miss splelt Forza Italia!

  • Felipe

    a civil war is happening in Brazil because of this world cup, do u know?

    • Gerardo Castro

      Yes.

    • Biken Dangol

      Billions and billions dollars have been already spend so stopping it now will just hurt the economy of Brazil. Protest should have been done the day when Brazil was given right to host the World cup, 4 years ago.

  • Ronnie

    Chris… a small correction.. Thursday, 12th instead of tuesday. 🙂

  • Rigs101

    LETS GO PORTUGAL!!!!!!!!!!!!! HALA MADRID!!!! My jersey can stain with grass with mud with sweat but never shame

    • Gerardo Castro

      Sad that Ronaldo might not even make it :/ Barca fan but he is electric. I hope he makes it! Lets go USA and Mexico!

      • Rigs101

        Supposedly he was cursed so Ghana can have a chance I just want to see the best of the best go at it

  • Nuno123

    Go PORTUGAL!!! Nice App…

  • Gerardo Castro

    USA! USA!