SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

When it comes to winning major honours, FC Bayern Munich are hard to match. With 26 German championship titles, 18 DFB German Cups and 5 UEFA Champions League cups, they are a club that demands high standards in everything they do. So when it came to choosing a company to develop their new mobile and tablet apps, there was only one company that could match these expectations – Omnigon.

AUGUST 25, 2016

Omnigon, a subsidiary of Infront Sports and Media, has released the apps in time for the 2016/17 Bundesliga season, in which Bayern get underway on Friday night with a home fixture against Werder Bremen.

Both iOS and Android versions will work on smartphone and tablet devices, and are available in either English or German, offering a live 'Match Centre', fixtures, results, news and photo gallaries. Over the course of the season greater functionality will be built in, including the ability to watch match highlights and player interviews, and listen to live commentary of games.

AUGUST 25, 2016

Bayern Munich have launched their new apps for the 2016/17 season. The German giants have been increasingly embracing digital platforms and recently launched their season on their Facebook platform rather than via a more traditional TV broadcast based media day.

The new apps have been designed by US firm Omnigon and are available in English and German on iOS and Android platforms as smartphone and tablet applications.

AUGUST 25, 2016

If you talk to anyone in the sport of soccer about their success in the United States they rarely talk about ratings, or sheer volume of eyeballs and fans. They focus more on engagement. They will tell you their fans have more interaction with teams than fans of the big-four sports in the U.S.. That social and digital numbers are on-par or better than a lot of other leagues and teams. Soccer fans aren’t just fans they are fanatics. With that in mind more teams are building out their technology to provide robust options for fan interaction.