FIFA is planning to broadcast the Brazil World Cup 2014 draw live via its new iOS app on December 6.
The app was released on November 27, and is purported to be “the most comprehensive football app on the planet”, providing coverage of 197 leagues across the world, with a World Match Center ensuring you never miss a kick.
What’s perhaps more interesting is that FIFA plans to broadcast the upcoming world cup draw (scheduled for next Friday) live via the app. The draw for the 2010 tournament pulled an audience of over 200 million, so this is a really big deal.
Once the draw is made, the app will provide a total World Cup schedule, exclusive destination and team profiles.
If you plan on taking any notice of the World Cup next year, then the FIFA app for iOS is almost certainly the app you want. It’s available universally on iOS for free now! App Store