Whilst this time of year does bring a lot of excitement and tension of exactly who will finish where in the table, it does also sadly bring about the end of the league we all know and love for a couple of months.
So once the final games have been played, you might find yourself with a lot of spare time on your hands. Sure, the delayed and long-awaited Euro 2020 will quench our thirst for football for a couple of weeks, but what about the rest of the summer? Here is a look at three ways your smartphone can keep you entertained until the start of next season.
Find an alternative game to play
You might think that football is one of the most popular games in the world, but there are some games that have been around for longer and gained a lot more popularity across the globe. For example, you would be hard pushed to visit any big city around the world that does not have at least one casino hall. Nowadays, you do not even have to visit a hall to play these very popular games. Simply sign up to a website like spincasino.com and you will be able to play these iconic games 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter what your favourite casino game is, they are sure to have a version of it that is just as easy and fun to play as if you were in a real life casino hall.
Watch classic moments on your phone
Just because no matches are being played in the Premier League does not mean you cannot watch some of the excitement this league has provided over the last few decades. Previously if you wanted to relive a certain goal or a certain game from many years ago, you would have struggled to find it online. You would have probably been forced to dig out an end of season review DVD and forced to try and fast forward to that particular moment. Nowadays, more and more of these moments are being uploaded to websites like YouTube. Channels like Sky Sports even have a YouTube account dedicated to these retro moments, so you can relive some of the most memorable events of the league with new videos being added every week.
Keep up to date with the latest transfer news
There is not long left until the next transfer window opens, which means teams will already be in talks about exactly who they want to sign to strengthen their side before the next season starts. Whilst most managers like to keep their cards close to their chest when it comes to negotiations and many signings will not be confirmed until the very last few hours of the window, there is always lots of speculation in the press of who will be moving where. More often than not, there is a lot of truth in these reports even if the teams or players will not confirm them until the deal is done. So, if you want to know whether a new player could be coming to Arsenal first, make sure you follow all of these news sites and journalists on social media.