EA launched their mobile version of FIFA 14 over the weekend, bringing the football game to both iOS and Android users.

Launching with 33 leagues, over 600 licensed teams and more than 16,000 players, the app is similar to the FIFA 13 app but with updated content, as well as new touch controls that allow the play to use gestures in order to move the player, pass and of course, shoot.

Users can play both a single-player and a multiplayer game mode, and the app is available in many different languages including English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch, Brazilian, Portuguese and a few more.

There’s also a selection of commentaries available in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

You can download the app today from either the  Google Play Store or iTunes.

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