egzthunder1 · Sep 7, 2010 at 09:00 pm

Understand All the Rules with “Be a Referee” for Android

If you play soccer and think that you know every rule in the book, you may want to make sure that the later is the case. XDA member Andy7 has developed an app, which contains the updated rule book from Fifa. What this means is that if you were not sure how to spot an Offside or need help to determine just how long the match should actually be, this little app will be able to guide you through all the rules of this wonderful sport that is in the root of us all.

The app is available in the market. Take it for a spin and see if you can leave some feedback for the dev.

A must-have for every football lover in the world or anyone who wants to be a referee…
It includes all Official Fifa’s Laws from the official laws book “Laws of the Game 2010/2011″
There will be a donation version in the next days so if you like it guys…buy me some biscuits.
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You can find more information in the application thread.


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