ManU is now worth over $3 billion

Yep. Manchester United is quite a success story, and as a public stock we’re seeing the price continue to go up. Now the company is worth over $3 billion.

Top 5 Soccer Clubs with Mobile Websites

As a soccer fan, you can stay updated and connected to the latest news and updates on your favorite team directly from your mobile phone. Most soccer clubs have their own websites that are also compatible with mobile phones, and some clubs even have their own apps that you can download to your smartphone to stay updated on scores, stats, and players.

By visiting the websites of most soccer clubs, you can learn more about your options for downloading soccer apps, or browse the app store, or app market on your phone to download soccer apps.

Read on to learn more about the top 5 soccer clubs that provide users with mobile websites and apps.


Barcelona is currently the top soccer club in the world. In the last five years, Barcelona has participated in the UEFA Champions League finals three times. Barcelona has apps for users with iPhones, iPads, and Android phones. Users with T-Mobile android phones can search and download the Barcelona app directly from their devices.

Real Madrid

Read Madrid is ranked as the second top soccer club in the world, and is the only team in all of Europe with 100 goals to date. In addition to allowing fans to download wallpaper, music, games, and videos of the team directly to their smartphone, Real Madrid has a mobile website that allows users to receive updates on their mobile phone. Real Madrid also has apps for Android phones, the iPhone, and the iPad.

Manchester United

Manchester United consistently outscore league opponents, and provide their fans with a wealth of mobile options. With theme songs, games, text message updates, and more, Manchester United allows its fans to stay connected to soccer games and updates any way they choose. Users can even subscribe to bundle packages from their mobile phones that provide chants, animations, and wallpapers.


The Juventus soccer club made it through most of the season with no losses. On the mobile website for Juventus, users can browse stats on their favorite player, and even download a fantasy football app to their smartphone devices. For users with T-Mobile Android phones, you can visit the Android Market, and download Juventus’ mobile tools and apps directly to the phone.

Manchester City

Manchester City’s soccer club has a reputation for being one of the most competitive teams in the world. In addition to stats and team scores, Manchester City gives their fans the option to download replays and videos of past games to their mobile devices. To receive media related to the Manchester City soccer club, users can either visit their official website online at a computer, or visit their website directly from their mobile phones.

Most other soccer clubs in the world also provide their fans with mobile options. With technology forever on the rise, users can even find soccer apps that keep them updated on the latest sports news.

What are your favorite soccer apps? Do you often frequent a specific mobile soccer website? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below this article.

Manchester City defeats Manchester United

Man City prevails in this epic match.

The English Premier League did not crown a new champion Monday night, but it sure felt like it.

Manchester City’s 1-0 triumph over Manchester United could not have been sweeter for the blue half of this city and took the club to within touching distance of a title that would soothe the pain of decades of suffering in the shadows.

Vincent Kompany’s headed goal in the waning moments of the first half was the difference, but this was the night that City stood tall and dominated a showdown billed as the most important clash in EPL history.

Anything other than a City win would have effectively handed the crown to United, which went into the game three points clear. Now, with the teams level at the top, City’s superior goal difference means that it will almost certainly become champion if it can get past Newcastle and Queens Park Rangers in its final two games.

Let’s see if they can close it out.

Are American owners good for Premiere League football?

Here’s an interesting article from The Guardian that highlights some different perspectives.

It was not what Arsenal supporters, or indeed any supporters of Premier League clubs, might have expected to hear in Stan Kroenke’s first interview in England. Kroenke, however, made little attempt to sugar the pill. What had the Glazer family, he wondered, done wrong at Manchester United? In his deep Missouri drawl, the largest shareholder at Arsenal made it sound like they had his admiration.

“What was so tough about the Glazers’ situation?” Kroenke said. “They won. And they have increased revenues by a huge amount. If I was a fan of that club, I would sit there and go, ‘Wow.’ Because how could you do it any better? That’s what I would say.”

It was put to Kroenke that United fans were deeply unhappy at how the American owners had taken money out of the club, following their heavily leveraged takeover. “But they still won,” Kroenke said. “We don’t need to get into an exchange here but I don’t know as a fan … how could you do it much better? They have increased massively. Some of their players have taken money out and maybe they haven’t performed.

“We have a whole different philosophy in the States but I think it’s time, maybe, for everybody to think a little bit and, maybe I’m saying too much but I think they ought to think a little bit about who invests in these clubs. What do you want for the long term?

The entire article is worth reading.