LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- The 2018 FIFA World Cup is underway, and even though the United States didn’t make the cut this time around, there’s still plenty of soccer to be watched. This week’s App of the Week can help you enjoy all of the competition this summer.

As 32 teams from all over the world descend on Russia, it’s now time to brush up on your soccer knowledge.

With the FIFA app, you can view schedules for every game in the tournament, along with the game’s location, weather forecast, lineups for each team, statistics and a team-by-team preview to get you ready for the match.

With the U.S. not competing this year, use the app to pick a new favorite team to follow throughout the month. The app will show you their schedule and give you access to news, videos, photos and real-time match updates so you don’t miss a thing.

On top of following all the breaking news of this year’s tournament, brush up on your World Cup history and relive iconic moments from years gone by, from West Germany’s stunning defeat of Hungary in 1954, to soccer superstars of the past.

So, whether you’re new to the sport or have been waiting four long years since the last World Cup, check out the official FIFA World Cup app today.

The FIFA World Cup app is available for free on iOS and Android devices.

If you have an app you think would make a good App of the Week, send it my way at wweible@whas11.com or reach me on twitter @WorldWideWeible.