According to Goldman-Sachs, Australia is one of the least likely nations to win the twentieth FIFA World Cup when it concludes in the middle of July. I'm sure it didn't take them too long to work that one out. But you can never tell with this Australian team. If i remember rightly, they were within a hairs breath of taking a 10-man Italian team into extra time at the 2006 tournament until a woeful penalty decision gave the Italians victory in the 95th minute. The fact of the matter is, on the big stage, anyone can beat pretty well anybody on their day. So, these Aussie boys are going to need all the help that they can get in order to get over the line and one way to show your support for the team is to download Australia Football Ringtones. This Android app lets you listen to and play authentic Aussie football fan chants that are sung by real fans.
Australia was the first nation to turn up in Brazil to acclimatize themselves - many think they will be the first to leave too. There has been much talk of the 'group of death' - Australia line up against Spain, Chile and Holland - but, given the quality of football players around the world these days, every group looks to me like a bit of a minefield. Australia have filled their squad with players who have proven their worth all around the world and augmented it with rising stars from the ever-improving domestic A-League. Crystal Palace skipper Mile Jedinak leads a team that boasts former Everton superstar Tim Cahill, the imposing Josh Kennedy, speedy Utrecht winger Tommy Oar and maybe the 'next-big-thing' in Tom Rogic. Goalkeeper Mat Ryan has reportedly been looked at by Spanish giants Real Madrid over the last few months. So, while you watch the Aussie heroes strut their stuff, you can listen to Australian fan chants. Who can't resist Aussie 'anthems' like "Ole Ole Ole Aussie" or the "Aussie Birdy Song" made famous at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Or you could sing along to classics like "Green and Yellow Army" or "Australia La La La La" all sung by genuine football fans. As the byline suggests, it really is the 'must-have song and ringtone app for Aussie Football Supporters during the World Cup 2014.' Theres a free ringtone to show your support during the competition and, for all small upgrade fee, you can easily turn all the chants into ringtones for your Android. What's more, the app works offline so there's no need to worry about searching out the nearest wi-fi and you wont have to incur any roaming charges.
All the songs and ringtones here are provided by FanChants - the #1 worldwide fan chants website. Every week they receive hundreds of recordings of fan songs sung by real football supporters and this ensures you get the latest chants from around the world. The app is, of course, very simple to use and is a great way of showing your love and support for your country. While Australia are rank outsiders, when the tournament starts on June 12th, you can be assured that they will give their all. The fact is, every World Cup that has been played in South America so far has been won by a country from that region so Spain, Germany and England could well be on the same boat out as the Aussies by the time the final gets under way in the middle of July. My money is on the Brazilians themselves with a squad that reads like the Harlem Globetrotters of world football. But Aussies should support Aussies and this free and fun sporting application is a good way of showing it.