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Five pieces of top technology for football fans

Posted by Harry Cole on 29th June 2012

With the approaching final of Euro 2012 this Sunday, we thought we’d list our top five pieces of technology football fans should go out and buy prior to the big game.

F50 adiZero TRX FG Cleats

The F50 adiZeros have featured in the Euros, worn by Ashley Young amongst others. These boots are at the frontline of both technology and are compatible with Adidas miCoach, a program lets you upload performance data on to your computer and also compare your statistics with other players.

These incredible boots also offer: SPRINTSKIN™single-layer upper for excellent feel, SPRINTWEB inside for increased lateral and medial support, and a TRAXION™ FG outsole for high-speed grip on firm pitches. Find out what any of this actually means on the Adidas website!

Official UEFA EURO 2012 app with Orange

Stay up to date with all the results with the official UEFA EURO 2012 app from Orange. It’s great to keep up with the scores but various users have been complaining  that since the App received an update it’s not functioning at 100%.

Football Manager 2012

The greatest football management game of all time and possibly the greatest football game ever. Take control of any major team in the world and take them to dizzy heights, or just drag Brentford out of the first division.

England may be out of the tournament but could you have done a better job than Roy Hodgson? Find out by playing the ultimate football management title. Now featuring a 3D match engine and a ludicrous amount of variables in tactics and training regimes.

Samsung 40” D5520 Series 5 Full HD LED TV

If your watching the games at home then you need to get hold of the latest Samsung.

All the standard features are included but this TV wonder also boasts: access to the Samsung TV App store, twice the resolution of standard HD, advanced colour technology and ConnectShare, which links all your devices to the HD screen.

Sony BDV-NF720 Home Cinema System

A suitable television wouldn’t be worthwhile without a surround sound system where you feel you are on the pitch running alongside the players.

It’s worth taking a look at Sony’s top of the range Home Cinema System, it features 3D surround sound with the worlds first Magnetic Fluid speakers, all functioning over Wi Fi which means no unsightly wires.

Harry Cole