FIFA.com users have become accustomed to competing for fantastic rewards. Now, though, we are taking prize-giving to a whole new level to commemorate the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.

Authentic FIFA World Cup kick-off balls
Sixty-two* official adidas Jabulani kick-off balls - one for every game at South Africa 2010 - are up for grabs to FIFA.com Club members.

What makes the kick-off ball so special?
An official FIFA World Cup match ball is a rare item, but a kick-off ball is in a league of its own. With unique markings, it is a once-off, priceless artifact. Each Jabulani kick-off ball will come with a certificate of authenticity to prove just how lucky you are.

How can I win a kick-off ball?
The Kick-Off Quiz goes live at the start of every South Africa 2010 match. Login to FIFA.com during a game and take the five-question quiz. You can only play the quiz once per match. Visit the 'Kick-off Ball Quiz' link to the right of this article for more information.

One fan photo could win you a car
Hyundai and FIFA.com are giving away a Hyundai i10 to the best fan photo of South Africa 2010. Take a photo of yourself celebrating in a colourful and creative way and upload it on FIFA.com. View the ‘Hyundai Fan Photo’ link to the right of this article to participate.

Become a legend and win a FIFA World Cup holiday
FIFA.com is giving away eight trips to the FIFA World Cup, including tickets to a semi-final match! FIFA.com Club Members have access to a variety of games, features and competitions. Get as active as possible on FIFA.com and if you can achieve ‘legend status’ by reaching 100 per cent on your Activity Meter by 21 June, you could win a trip to a semi-final. Click on the 'Get Active' link to the right of this article to play.

There you have it, a bag full of massive FIFA World Cup prizes up for the taking. Get active now, upload fan photos, answer quiz questions... and win!

*The kick-off balls for the Opening Match and the Final are not included. Winners for these two quizzes will receive a Jabulani match ball that was used during these aforementioned matches.