UEFA, but I know there are some that keep up with more in depth, behind the scene happenings similar to NFL or NBA league news.
The settings button is easily accessible on the upper right side of the first page. With a sliding interface, similar to Facebook and Evernote, a menu appears offering options, other matches, multimedia, and even the location of the games for those attending and need to find the stadiums. Inside of the options menu, I can set up how I want notifications pushed to me. I can have scores, match events, timings, and videos pushed to me when they are available. I opted to just have timings and goals pushed to my phone. My first test came Wednesday during the Germany vs Netherlands match. I received a notification on time that the match had started. I then started hearing notifications telling me of Germany's two goals. All notifications to me came at a decent time. I do see in reviews that some are not happy about the speed of these alerts, but to me, so far, this worked really well.
Altogether, this is a must have application for those following the Euro 2012 tournament. It has done an adequate job of giving me alerts, showing me stats, schedules, teams, tables, matches, and more. For those not able to catch the action live and are away from a computer, this application will do the trick.
Euro 2012 Is available via the Google Play Store