Next week on FIFA.com
Next week is jam-packed with international football coverage on FIFA.com as FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers take centre stage. Here are just some of next week's highlights.
One-on-one with Sebastian Abreu
Uruguayan striker Sebastian Abreu speaks exclusively to FIFA.com prior to his nations important FIFA World Cup qualifier against Brazil on 6 June. Abreu, who has scored in both of his outings against the five-time FIFA World Cup champions, discusses the significance of facing Brazil, Uruguay's chances of qualifying for South Africa 2010 and life at Spanish club Real Sociedad.
In classic club focus, FIFA.com looks at two-time FIFA Club World Cup participants and three-time CONCACAF Champions' Cup winners, Pachuca from Mexico. Costa Rican Luis Marin is next week's classic player. The former Los Ticos captain holds his country's record for international caps and has featured at two FIFA World Cups.
What to watch
FIFA World Cup qualifiers steal the spotlight next week, as over fifty matches take place over 6 and 7 June across the globe. As always, FIFA.com will be packed with the very latest news, features and interviews relating to the qualifiers. You can also follow all the action live on FIFA.com with the EMIRATES MatchCast.
The hidden gem
The Classic section of FIFA.com has just been refreshed, making it easier than ever to discover the spectacular classic football content exclusive to FIFA.com. Be sure to visit what is one of FIFA.com's most popular sections.
Fantasy and Predictor games
For games fans, the last round of this season's FIFA World Leagues Predictor takes place this weekend. This season's winner will be announced next week on FIFA.com, and rewarded with an invitation for two to the FIFA World Player Gala 2009. With the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers, be sure to play the McDonald's FIFA World Cup Predictor and Fantasy games. Prizes include trips and match-tickets to South Africa 2010!
FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking: The latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be released on 3 June. Read it first, next Wednesday on FIFA.com.