16 of the Best Android Apps for Liverpool FC Supporters

5 of the Best Android Apps for Liverpool FC Supporters

Liverpool FC has been in a period of transition since the loss of Luis Suarez to Barcelona in 2014. However, their supporters have kept the faith despite a lack of direction over the last few seasons. English soccer has many rivalries in the Premier League. Keeping up on the Fixtures and the news about your team or the team you’re playing is a good way to pass the time for the die-hard fans.

They’re one of the biggest clubs in world football with a massive worldwide audience, and they’re well represented in the Play Store, with lots of Liverpool branded apps to choose from.

Here’s a list with the best Android apps on the Play Store for Reds supporters. Keep in mind these are a list with varying types of apps. We created the list with a broad range of apps so you have a variety of ways to support your squad, not just a wallpaper or news app.

1. LFC History: Liverpool FC

LFC History: Liverpool FC App Icon

Liverpool supporters are known for their appreciation of the historical importance of the club, and this app contains all of the stats and history of every player and manager, as well as a complete season archive that goes back to when the club was originally founded in 1892.

It’s a handy resource if you want to learn more about the team, and it’s currently the highest rated Liverpool FC app on the store, with a 4.7 rating from 2,358 users. Why not give it a try for yourself?

Free Version

2. Liverpool FC Programme

Liverpool FC Programme App Icon

This app houses a collection of Liverpool’s matchday programmes, which are available to be purchased and read on your smartphone device. If you’re not interested in paying for any content, it’s probably best to move on to the next app on the list.

If you’re still here, Liverpool’s media team have great access to the squad and manager Jürgen Klopp, so there’s heaps of great content hidden away behind the paywall.

(If you decide to start a subscription, bear in mind that it will automatically renew your purchase unless you turn off auto-renewal in your Google Play account settings, or you’ve cancelled the subscription separately.

Free Version

3. Liverpool Fantasy Manager 16

Liverpool Fantasy Manager 16 App Icon

If you fancy yourself as the next Jürgen Klopp, the Liverpool FC fantasy manager app will let you face off against other players online with your best 11. It’s licensed with official player images for a number of teams in the Premier League, and it’s put together well.

If you’re into fantasy sports it could be a decent way to pass the time on occasion, but Football Manager Mobile 16 would probably be better if you want the traditional managerial experience.

Free Version

4. Liverpool FC Magazine

Liverpool FC Magazine

The Liverpool FC magazine is a professionally produced monthly publication that is made in Liverpool. It has exclusive features, news, views and interviews, and there’s over 100 pages of content every month.

This comes at a cost of roughly $4 per magazine, but you can take their offer of a free trial for a month if you’re not sure if it’s worth the price. If you want high quality unique content about Liverpool on your Android device this is one of the best ways to get it.

Free Version

5. LFC Live – Liverpool FC News

LFC Live – Liverpool FC News App Icon

This was a decent dedicated news app for Liverpool FC. (When it used to work properly.) A recent update has caused numerous problems for users, so it’s probably worth holding off until any bugs are ironed out in the future.

Free Version


The team might be in a transitional phase, but there’s definitely an app for every Liverpool supporter with an Android device.

There are so many apps on the Play Store to choose from if you’re a Liverpool supporter, so the very best ones can sometimes get lost among the pages of red icons. Hopefully this list will give you a better idea of what’s on offer at the moment.

If we’ve missed out on a great one, or you really like one of the apps on the list, let us know in the comments below.

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