Football in UK

Football in UK

UK has several major football competitions played throughout the year, where football clubs compete for the top spots and qualifications for international league la Champions League or Europa League. Premier League is the main championship in UK, and together with more lower ranking competitions and cups, football fans are kept busy during the football season.

Football fans can now stay up-to-date with matches in all UK competitions, results and rankings, using a simple mobile app covering UK football. Among the competitions with quick access from the “UK Football” mobile app are Premier League, FA Cup, League One, League Two, National Conference, League Cup, Scotish Premiership, Welsh Premier League, N Ireland Premiership.

The mobile app is available for download for free from the Google Play store and iOS App Store.

Android App

With this mobile app, UK football fans can keep track of all matches played, details results, upcoming matches, league rankings and more. European and International competitions are also available from the All Competitions menu. The data is provided by the top soccer statistics website SoccerStats247.

Below we have a table with latest match fixtures from Premier League, with teams playing, date and stadium:

Match
Venue
22.02.2019
Cardiff vs Watford
Cardiff City Stadium
22.02.2019
West Ham vs Fulham
London Stadium
23.02.2019
Burnley vs Tottenham
Turf Moor
23.02.2019
Bournemouth vs Wolves
Vitality Stadium
23.02.2019
Newcastle vs Huddersfield
St. James' Park
23.02.2019
Leicester vs Crystal Palace
King Power Stadium
24.02.2019
Arsenal vs Southampton
Emirates Stadium
24.02.2019
Manchester Utd vs Liverpool
Old Trafford
26.02.2019
Cardiff vs Everton
Cardiff City Stadium
26.02.2019
Huddersfield vs Wolves
The John Smith's Stadium

Advanced betting markets are also available on all of these matches with regulated online betting websites like Unibet or Bet365. We do recommend restrain in betting in order to avoid developing a gambling problem.

For many, football is a way of life, and one of the most viewed sport on TV. Needless to say that football is also a business like no other, with losers and winners, with million euros transfers in order to build a winning team format that would bring in back TV rights and advertising deals, fans on the stadium and money from national and international competitions. With the European football market worth 25.5 billion Euro as estimated by Deloitte, there is no wonder that more and more people are turning their heads to this sport.

Weather you’re a fan looking to follow on your favourite team meetings or sports enthusiast looking for the overall results and trends, the mobile apps presented above offer you a quick access to football in UK.