live coverage of all
the action 24/7
With the Flow football radio app you can:
+ Listen to breaking news
+ Get live commentaries
+ Join the latest sports debate
+ Hear transfer rumours
+ Catch big name interviews
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No the app is free to download from your app store.
|Apple Store||GooglePlay Store|
|Antigua and Barbuda|
|Virgin Islands, British|
|St. Kitts and Nevis|
|St. Vincent and The Grenadines|
|Trinidad and Tobago|
|Turks and Caicos|
If you change your handset you can transfer the app onto your new device.
If you stream a full 90 minute football match via the app you will use approximately 60MB of mobile data.
Yes, if you stream the football matches over the mobile data network it will use data from your data allowance. You can stream through Wi-Fi which will not come out of your data allowance.
Flow football subscribers will be able to enter a weekly football predictor game which gives a grand prize of £1 million if they can perfectly predict the results of 10 games that game week. All you will need to do is create a free account to enter.
You'll have access to a number of features within the app, some of the key onesclude:
- Listen to live Barclays Premier League match commentaries
- Listen to talkSPORT radio through the app keeping up to date with the rolling sports news, commentaries and debate
- Dedicated sports sections providing depth coverage of all the breaking sports stories for Football
- Check the fixtures, live scores, results and tables for your team
- In app predictor game with the chance of winning £1million
Yes, both Prepaid and Postpaid smartphone customers can download and use the app.
The content from the Flow Football app comes from a company the UK called talkSPORT who are the world’s biggest sports radio station. talkSPORT is the official broadcaster of the Barclays Premier league, FA Cup and the Capital One Cup.
Flow Football is an application where you can listen to live Barclays Premier League match commentaries, tuneto live 24/7 sports radio and read the latest sports news headlines and football transfer rumors on their smartphone or tablet.