The 2020 Euro Cup Championship games are finally kicking off next week after a long delay. It was originally meant to take place last year, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, matches had to be postponed. If you're a fan, then you probably want to stay on top of all the games, or at least the ones where your favourite teams are playing. The best way to keep track of the matches is to add the fixtures to your Calendar.
CBS Corporation has extended its deal with the National Football League (NFL) to stream games via the CBS All Access service through 2022. Those games will also be streamed on mobile devices starting this season for the first time. This year’s package will also include Super Bowl LIII held in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is set to begin on Thursday, June 14th with the opening game opposing the host country Russia to Saudi Arabia. The competition will see 32 teams fight for the most prestigious sport title over the course of an entire month. If you aren't sure how to follow the competition, we will show you several ways to stream the FIFA World Cup on iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Football season is in full swing once again, and just like last year, Verizon is offering its customers free streaming of live local and primetime games every weekend within the NFL Mobile app.
If you are a Verizon customer, this means that you will be able to stream local games as determined by your location, Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football. To make the offer even more appealing, Verizon will not count the data used for NFL Mobile streaming against your data cap.
The UEFA European Football Championship kicks off on Friday, June10, and Apple's United Kingdom branch has decided to celebrate the occasion by releasing a brand new “Shot on iPhone” commercial, aptly titled “The Beautiful Game.”
The 30-second video features various photographs and videos of soccer players, fields and stadiums shot by iPhone users around the world.
The UEFA Euro 2016 will kick off tomorrow with France taking on Romania in the first game of the competition. If you're a casual football fan (sorry, I can't call it soccer!), and want to keep up with the competition schedule and fixtures without necessarily downloading a bunch of apps, your best bet is to subscribe to a calendar that will push all games dates, times, and places to your iPhone or iPad calendar app of choice.