If you have a love for Twitter and the World Cup then it’s worth checking out the world cup on Twitter. Its a lovely, simple design that allows you to look at the live feed surrounding the games based on the country.
It’s great to keep an eye on around the build up of the game and is also a fantastic source for the latest jokes! Even if you’re not on Twitter, you can still have a look and enjoy the commentary. They even had the information on previous and upcoming matches, just so we don’t miss any of the action.
‘We’ve put together a special site to capture the spirit of the World Cup and it’s already pulsing with activity,’ Twitter co-founder Biz Stone stated in a blog post.
If you are on Twitter, you can get involved by using either the #worldcup hashtag, or using a hash followed by the first three letters of their chosen team (e.g. #ENG). When using these tags, a football icon or the respective flag will appear at the end of a tweet.