Edgbaston Stadium has broken new ground by becoming the first county cricket stadium in the UK to have its own Android application (app), which has been released well in time for the 2012 season and follows on from the launch of their iPhone app last summer.
The app, designed with followers of both county and international cricket in mind, will keep fans of the game up to date with the latest news from the ground as well as offering a behind-the-scenes look at the new development.
You can download it by accessing the App store here.
The app is packed with video content including exclusive views of the new suites and the new stand as well as interviews with Warwickshire players past and present including Dennis Amiss, Ashley Giles and Ian Bell.
There is also a section dedicated to some of the legends who have performed well at the ground, from Sir Donald Bradman to David Gower while for those new to cricket there is a ‘Starter’s Guide’.
A comprehensive guide of how to get to the ground, links to the ground’s Twitter and Facebook and the ability to order your tickets to matches at the ground make this the perfect app for England and Warwickshire fans.
Edgbaston has recently undergone a £32 million redevelopment, which they celebrated by hosting the third Test between England and India and the T20 Finals Day in August.