Can't wait to see what FIFA.com has in store for you next week? Here's a quick look at the interviews, stories and features scheduled for publication.
We catch up with Brazil's 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan™-winning coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. The 60-year-old explains why he assumed the reins at Uzbekistan's Bunyodkor, discusses the differences between European, Asian and South American football, and reveals his ambitions for the future.
With strong performances in Europe and a combined total of over 40 league titles in 84 seasons, Bucharest giants Steaua and Dinamo are without doubt Romania's most powerful teams and biggest rivals. Before their latest derby, FIFA.com takes an in-depth look into the fixture.
What to watch
La Liga will kick off on 30 August, and you can keep up to date with all the results and reaction on FIFA.com. We will also be provding comprehensive cverage of the draw for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Dubai 2009, which takes place on 27 August.
The hidden gem
FIFA.com is launching a new weekly South Africa 2010 video series next week. The videos will include star interviews, city profiles and reports with the organisers. The series will kick off with an interview with Spain striker Fernando Torres and profile on host city Pretoria.