Like self-respecting football fans everywhere, you have surely been in your element since the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ kicked off on 11 June. As with your fellow supporters across the planet, you'll have been feasting yourself on the action either at the stadiums themselves or on television, then hungrily reading the reports, expert insights and interviews. In short, you've devoured every crumb of information related to the global showcase.
The only problem is that, with 56 matches in the last three weeks alone, even the most focused fans can find themselves losing track and scratching their heads. Which game did I see that fantastic goal in? Who said what in which interview? Which ground did I see the best fans in? Where was that stadium that impressed me so much? If you have begun to ask yourself questions like these, then this refresher is designed for you!
For months now, FIFA.com has brought you the very latest tournament news on a day-to-day basis, from the moment the 32 candidates booked their tickets to the drama of the last-16 ties, and taking in all the contenders’ lengthy preparations as well their opening matches in South Africa. Furthermore, since the Opening Ceremony on 11 June, the official website has endeavoured to bring the competition alive with photos, photo galleries, videos, interviews, statistics and expert insights.
In our Video section, you will be able to relive the highlights of every single match and take in all the goals, the most flamboyant skills and the wildest celebrations. You will also find a series of video magazines recounting the FIFA World Cup action and sampling the atmosphere outside the stadiums.
Our Photo galleries bring you the most eye-catching images from each game, capturing the tackles, the goals, the ecstasy and the tears. Our journalists and photographers are everywhere, so also look out for our exclusive pictures of the dressing rooms and the tunnels ahead of every encounter.
Of course, no FIFA World Cup would be complete without you and all the other fans and spectators who have filled the stands and paraded their colours in the streets. The flags, scarves and shirts have been out in force in South Africa and supporters have taken to fancy dress and face painting to devise ever more original ways to make the FIFA World Cup spectacular. Naturally, you can find many of the most colourful supporters in our photo section, while also being able to upload and peruse your own in our Fan of the Tournament section.
Lastly, seek out the opinions of some of the biggest names in the global game in FIFA.com’s Interview section, where the likes of Zinedine Zidane, Chris Waddle, Enzo Francescoli, Fernando Torres, Arjen Robben, Cristiano Ronaldo and Didier Drogba have all shared their thoughts with FIFA.
Add in our comprehensive statistics, games, analyses and FIFA Technical Study Group expert opinions and you can rest assured that not a single detail of the 2010 FIFA World Cup is likely to pass you by. And if you're on the move, you can get your football fix by visiting m.fifa.com on your smartphones - and even follow us on Twitter @fifacom, where we're approaching 100,000 followers.
For more information on each section, click on the links in the column on the right