Between 7 and 11 September, the battle for places at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ steps up another notch when 76 qualifiers take place around the globe, in Asia, Europe, North and Central America and the Caribbean, Oceania and South America. FIFA.com will be reporting live from every single game, bringing you the fans close up to the drama and the goals.
You’ll be able to enjoy our improved MatchCast service, overhauled from the ground up with a new design, extra features and even more interactivity. Our new FIFA World Cup qualifying portal will keep fans from all over the world completely up-to-date at all times as the action unfolds at the stadiums.
Live coverage from every match
You can follow every game in full from kick-off onwards, as we bring you the current score, goals and scorers, yellow and red cards and all other big incidents in the game.
Lively and fun FanChat
Now we come to the core of the MatchCast service! During the qualifiers, fans of each and every nation will be cheering on their teams and hoping for success from their homes. Meet up with fans from all over the world in our FanChat, voice your opinions, and debate the latest topics, results and incidents. From Canada to Australia, from Argentina to Japan, FIFA.com provides the perfect platform to meet and greet your fellow fans.
The best images
Follow the action all over the world in pictures! Marvel at the iconic stadiums in Europe, the celebrations in Asia, the fiery showdowns in North and Central America, and the famous South American festivals of football. FIFA.com brings you the best images from FIFA World Cup qualifying.
Who’s the leading goalscorer, and what's the situation with yellow and red cards? Learn everything there is to know about all the players and goalscorers.
It all starts at 17.00 CET when Russia face Northern Ireland, Kazakhstan play Republic of Ireland and Israel take on Azerbaijan in Baku! Visit FIFA.com, join us in the MatchCast, and meet up with fans from all over the world. With FIFA.com, you'll never miss a thing! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @FIFAcom too!