The number of weeks between us and this year's World Cup are wilting away, which makes now the time to get prepared. Snag some tickets to Brazil if you can, or, more practically, go snatch up the new Android App ESPN has just released for keeping tags on all of the goings-on. This way you don't even have to watch the games to know who's kicking whose butts, and how hard.


People living in the US can use the app to view videos of goals and other key moments shortly after they happen. The software will also contain ESPN TV clips containing commentary from sports analysts and talking heads to fill those quiet moments when you're not getting your soccer fix. All users can set up alerts and track teams for somewhat of a customized experience.

Non-soccer fans, you have until June 12th before World Cup mania kicks in. You, too, should prepare yourself. If you find yourself surrounded by fans, hitting up the link below might just be all you need to fake your way through the uncomfortable conversations you're about to have.

The app was not found in the store. :-(