With a number of weeks spent away from home, the players at the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015 found one of the best ways to keep in touch with family and friends, and indeed their fans around the world, has been via social media. The tournament so far has seen a number of players and official team accounts take to Twitter to showcase the beauty of Chile, and express the warmth of their reception in the South American country.

FIFA.com takes a look back at some of the top tweets that have displayed Chilean hospitality, shown the beauty of the country or given us an insight into life at a U-17 World Cup.

Australia's Panos Armenakas displays his sweeter side in the days leading up to the Joeys' opening game at Chile 2015.

"I learned to enjoy the football shown at a World Cup level and I'm very grateful to God and FIFA for that."
Honduras captain Dylan Andrade tells us what he has learned from his experience in Chile.

It wasn't all sightseeing and football for England's Trent Arnold. The Three Lions had a glimpse of mother nature's brutal power.

Goalkeeper or amateur photographer? England stopper Paul Woolston snapped this great picture during his stay in Chile.

"The World Cup atmosphere is amazing. Chile is a warm country, with really nice people."
Belgium midfielder Jorn Vancamp's response when asked about his highlights of Chile 2015.

"In the stadium the win against Argentina. Outside, our visit of the table tennis kids in Chillan​."
Germany coach Christian Wuck recalls his fondest Chilean memories.

US Soccer getting pumped!

"I'll never forget the support of everyone irrespective of the results"
Chile forward Gabo Mazuela loved the support from the home fans.

Lee Seungwoo displays his cheeky side after Korea Republic reached the knockout stages.

"Chile is a nice and well organised host country. Taking part in a World Cup has been a great experience."
​Paraguay's ​Sebastian Ferreira loved his time at Chile 2015.