What are RSS Feeds?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy and free way to see when websites have added new content. With the help of the above FIFA.com RSS Feeds you can get the latest football news, photos and videos in one place, as soon as they are published.
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How can I use RSS Feeds?
To use RSS Feeds, you will need to have a newsreader (view list of newsreaders). This is a piece of software that provides a real-time interface of the feeds of your choice. There are many different versions and most of them are web-based.
How do I get started?
Depending on the choice of your newsreader, you have two options:
Option 1: I want to use a web-newsreader:
Option 2: I want to use my browser as a Newsreader:
Some current browsers allow you to add and read RSS Feeds.
Browser: Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla Firefox
Windows: Newz Crawler, FeedDemon, Awasu
Mac OS X: Newsfire, NetNewsWire
Web: Bloglines, FeedZilla, NewsGator, Microsoft Live, Google, My Yahoo!, Pageflakes, Netvibes...
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Can I use FIFA News feed on my site?
If you run your own website, you can display the latest FIFA.com headlines on your website using RSS.
We encourage the use of FIFA RSS Feeds as part of your website, however, we do require that the proper format and attribution is used whenever FIFA content appears. The text you need to publish next to RSS Feeds must read 'FIFA.com News'. You may not use the FIFA.com Logo or the FIFA Trademark.
By using the FIFA.com RSS feeds, you agree to be bound by the FIFA.com Terms and Conditions. FIFA.com reserves the right to prevent the distribution of FIFA.com content and FIFA.com does not accept any liability for these feeds.