A new app is helping football fans save up to £20 a week.
FIFA World Cup 2015 app is a new way to keep track of the game’s costliest and most expensive players, the Guardian reported.
The app uses a database of the top 10 most expensive FIFA World Cup players.
Each player costs between £30,000 and £50,000, with the highest paying ones selling for around £40 million.
Players in the top 20 will sell for around $100 million, while the top 30 players will sell at $100,000 each.
Users can compare their wages by adding up the difference between their current pay and the average wages paid by the top players.
With the cost of playing the game dropping due to the increased availability of the app, players can now spend their money on better kit and equipment, as well as purchasing a home or car to escape the heat and humidity.
In total, the app currently costs £3.4 million to develop and has been downloaded over 20 million times.
Football Italia contacted FIFA for a comment.