The World Cup kicks off today and that means the everyone will get a bit of soccer fever for the next few weeks. If you can't manage to watch the games during the day, there are still plenty of ways to keep up with the action, right from your BlackBerry. There are no "official" BlackBerry 10 apps for following the World Cup, but there are still a few that will do a damn good job of keeping you in the loop throughout the World Cup. Let's take a look at some of our favorites.
Team Stream not only covers the World Cup, but pretty much every other sport as well. You can pick your favorite teams or events and get customized scores, news, videos, photos and much more. Team Stream gathers news from all of the best sources, so you know you're getting the good stuff when it comes to the World cup.
the Score Mobile
Much like Team Stream, the Score covers all sports, not just soccer. Their World Cup coverage will bring you what you need though — news, scores, standings and more. You can choose to receive alerts for your favorite teams or just check out updates throughout the tournament. Still one of our favorite sports apps.
Goal.com is dedicated to soccer, so you can bet the World Cup coverage here won't be lacking. The app provides real-time news, scores, standings, calendar integration and much more. There's plenty to be had during the tournament, and Goal.com has it all.
June Cup is dedicated to the World Cup in Brazil and will bring you everything you need to know. Scores, news, standings, play-by-play updates, stats and more. June Cup is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese and has a great UI. One of our top picks for following the World Cup.
Brazil Football 2014
Hot off the press is Brazil Football 2014. This totally native app will let you follow your favorite teams, give you match times, news and more. You can add upcoming matches to your calendar or even set reminders for your favorite games. This one will set you back $0.99, but if you want to dive deep into the World Cup it's not too much to ask.
What are some of your favorite apps for the World Cup? Who will you be rooting for? Hit up the comments and let us know!