The 2010 FIFA World Cup™ has been under way for over three weeks now and since the start of the tournament FIFA.com has brought you a vast array of videos showcasing the goals, games and highlights from South Africa.

The host nation has been put under the microscope too, with fascinating reports on everything from Bafana Bafana’s football to the vuvuzela phenomenon. FIFA.com also went in search of language tips for anyone making the trip to follow their team, while catching up with a number of former players and stars such as Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, who shared his favourite memories of FIFA World Cups past.

You can watch exclusive interviews with Nigeria coach Lars Lagerback, Netherlands defender Giovanni van Bronckhorst, former Côte d'Ivoire coach Sven-Goran Eriksson and Liverpool's Spain striker Fernando Torres. Meanwhile, budding goalkeepers are sure to be inspired by the thoughts of Oliver Kahn, Petr Cech and Sergio Goycochea on the art of keeping a clean sheet.

FIFA.com has not just focused on the football either, having traversed South Africa in search of memorable moments and great stories, a mission that prompted a visit to Robben Island. We also dropped in on Sandton to witness a suburb in the grip of FIFA World Cup fever, while other reports have highlighted social and human issues such as education and the fight against racism.

Back at the heart of the action, you can keep track of the latest news with the daily FIFA World Cup Report or watch highlights of all 60 games contested since the festivities began. No fewer than 133 goals have been scored in that time and a huge amount of people have already relived the moment their favourite players found the back of the net.

Lastly, videos in International Sign have been a major innovation for this tournament, with match reports broadcast in the international sign language enabling deaf people and those with hearing impairments to enjoy the tournament to the full. All these 2010 FIFA World Cup videos are free to view and can be found by clicking the links on the left of your screen.