∞ Eight iPhone apps to get the most from the Women's World Cup

The FIFA Women’s World Cup final takes place this weekend in Frankfurt, Germany with the United States taking on Japan. I decided to put together some apps to help you get the most from the experience.

[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]Women’s Soccer 2011: Follow every moment of the 2011 Women’s Football World cup in Germany from today to the final game. The app features team info such as player and standings, as well as statistics on the previous cups with best scorers, winners, golden shoe awards.

WatchESPN: Stay connected to live sports and shows from ESPN – wherever and whenever you want them. Download the FREE WatchESPN app to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and get 24/7 access to live streaming feeds from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPNU.

ESPN ScoreCenter: Of course, ScoreCenter gives you more than just soccer news, but you can get everything from World Cup too.

Germany Travel Guide: It provides travel guide such as: General overview, getting there, transport, sights, entertainment, shopping, eat, drink, and places to stay.

Get in the Game: Get started by selecting the Coaches tab, and unlocking your very own mobile coach. Watch each coach’s free preview so you can find the coaches that are right for you. Then, simply select the My Coaches tab, select your coach, and start downloading everything you’ll need to get in the game.

First Touch Soccer: First Touch Soccer represents the most complete, realistic and addictive Soccer sim available. Brought to you by the same team that gave you the award winning X2 Soccer series, First Touch Soccer is the true next-generation of iOS Soccer games.

Chop Chop Soccer: Chop Chop Soccer has been specifically developed for the iPhone. Whether you choose to dribble your way through the defense or pick it apart with perfect passes, everything is possible with only one finger.

The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team: On a July afternoon in 1999, this country’s proudest moment in soccer occurred in Pasadena, California. In the presence of more than 90,000 fans and viewed by another 40 million watching on television, the United States women outlasted China to win the World Cup.