Euro 2016 is just around the corner and football fans can be the first to know about all the biggest moments with the BBC Sport app.
Wherever you are in the world, you can get the key updates as they happen with alerts for team line-ups, goals and half-time and full-time scores.
It's not just the Euros either - our alerts will let you know the moment the chequered flag is waved, when a key wicket has fallen in a big cricket international, when a vital try has been scored and much more. And with our new breaking news alerts you can get the latest headlines and biggest event coverage sent directly to your device.
- Click here to download the BBC Sport app from the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iTouch.
- Click here to download the BBC Sport app from Google Play for Android devices.With a wide range of alerts covering all major UK football leagues, cricket, Formula 1, rugby union and rugby league, the BBC Sport app is the one place where you can get alerts for all the sport that matters to you.
We will continue to expand our range of alerts for these sports, including event alerts for this summer's Olympic Games in Rio de Janerio. From athletics to weightlifting, we'll make sure you don't miss a single second, no matter where you are.
What are alerts?
Alerts are notifications that pop up on your phone's homescreen with key information. For example, if you set alerts for a football or rugby team, you can receive an alert every time a goal or point is scored in one of their matches, as well as alerts with the line-ups, half-time and full-time score.
Similarly, cricket fans might like to add England cricket alerts - these will provide notifications every time a wicket falls (with the batsman's score and team score), as well as alerts for end-of-innings scores and results.
The level of detail can be set for each type of alert - for example, you might not want to know every time a wicket falls, you might just want the result. Similarly you might want Formula 1 alerts for qualifying but not the race itself if you're planning to watch the highlights later.
How do I add them?
To add the alerts follow these steps.
Visit the MyAlerts section of the app from within the menu
Select Euro 2016, or if you want to add other alerts pick from a sport - cricket, football, Formula 1, rugby league or rugby union - or sport news.
For sport news, simply tick the box. To set alerts for the Formula 1 season, simply set the sessions you want to receive updates for. For all other sports, select the teams you want to follow - there's a full list below. You can add alerts for as many teams and sessions as you want.
Wait for the alerts to arrive - hopefully they're good news!
Teams we cover
Football: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and all the Euro 2016 teams, Premier League, Championship, League One, League Two and National League clubs, Scottish Premiership, Championship, League One and League Two clubs.
Cricket: England, Scotland, Ireland, plus the test-playing nations and county teams.
Rugby union: International teams, English Premiership and Pro12 sides.
Rugby league: International teams (England, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand and France), Super League, Championship and League One sides.
Key features of the app include:
Push alerts for club and international football teams - get line-ups, goals, full-time and more
Push alerts for county and international cricket sides and international and domestic rugby teams
Push alerts for Formula 1 - get results for every session in a race weekend
Top stories widget: Allows you to view the top BBC Sport headlines, right on your iOS or Android homescreen. On Android, you can customise the widget to see headlines for your favourite sports
Homescreen displaying the top stories across the world of sport
Daily live text commentaries
Follow all the football live scores, results and news
Sections for football, Formula 1, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, tennis, golf and many more - including every Olympic sport
Indexes for UK nations, plus major events
Dedicated pages for every English and Scottish football league club, plus pages for cricket counties, rugby teams and more
Share stories and results by email and on social networks
How to add the BBC Sport top stories widget to your homescreen
The BBC Sport app also includes a homescreen widget - this means you can get all the top stories and live events right on your phone's homescreen without even having to go into a sport app or website. Follow the instructions below to set it up.
1. Install the latest version of the BBC Sport app
2. Swipe down from the top of the device. Select the "Today" tab
3. Click "Edit" at the bottom of the page
4. Add "BBC Sport Headlines"
5. Click "Done"
You will then see the top three stories from BBC Sport. When you swipe down to see the widget - the list of stories will automatically update.
To add the widget to the homescreen: find an available space on the screen and then press to bring up a list of widgets. Choose from BBC Sport Headlines (4x1) or BBC Sport Headlines (2x2), then choose which category to follow from top stories, football, cricket, Formula 1 or four other major sports.
You can add multiple widgets - you can have a widget for each sport that you are interested in.