London 2012 Olympics: Stay up to date with SofaScore live score

Make sure you don't miss a second of the London 2012 Olympics by visiting and downloading SofaScore live score

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
SofaScore is also available as both an iPhone and Android app


The London Olympics opened in spectacular fashion on Friday night – and to keep up to date with the very latest from the Games, look no further than SofaScore live score.

With 26 sports taking place at 34 different venues, and 10,490 athletes competing for a chance of winning a medal, SofaScore is the best place to stay informed about the latest triumphs and tribulations at London 2012.

Also available as both an iPhone app and an Android app, SofaScore will keep you posted as history is written in the English capital.

You can follow all of the competitions and events at London 2012 on your computer or smartphone, instantly updated to keep you in tune with the breaking news from the Games.

SofaScore’s layout makes the site easily accessible and simple to navigate, and allows the user to select their sport of preference to discover the latest results quickly and easily.

SofaScore users can also enjoy live and detailed statistics from live events, and look ahead to forthcoming competitions for their start-time.

Visit the SofaScore live score website, or download the iPhone app or Android app today.


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