Every day over 2.5 million followers are kept up to date with the latest from the world of football via the official FIFA.com twitter accounts. Whether in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, French or Arabic, tweets keep fans informed of the news on the official website of world football’s governing body.
In the build-up to the UEFA Champions League quarter-final between Arsenal and last year’s runners-up Bayern Munich on 19 February, FIFA.com is offering users a special opportunity to ask questions to Jens Lehmann.
The former goalkeeper can look back on an impressive career at the top, including winning championships in Germany, England and Italy, as well as the UEFA Cup among other silverware. Furthermore, Lehmann was in goal for the hosts at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™, helping them to the semi-finals where they were eventually eliminated by Italy after extra time. Having made almost 150 appearances for Arsenal between 2003 and 2008, Lehmann also knows the English game extremely well.
Reason enough for us to invite him for a special kind of interview - on Twitter. On Monday 18 February Lehmann will be taking over the English and German Twitter feeds, @FIFAcom and @FIFAcom_de, ready to answer your questions.
Now is your chance to ask what you always wanted to know about the 43-year-old, whether it be about his past in England, the upcoming duel between the Gunners and Bayern, his job as a television pundit or a potential move into coaching.
You can take part by tweeting your questions by 14 February to @FIFAcom (in English) or @FIFAcom_de (in German), remembering to use the hashtag #AskJens.