Next week on FIFA.com
Can't wait to see what FIFA.com has in store for you next week? Here's a quick look at our forthcoming interviews, stories and match coverage.
Exclusive interview with Carlos Queiroz
With a crucial play-off with Bosnia-Herzegovina upcoming and a place at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ at stake, FIFA.com sits down with the Portugal coach. Queiroz discusses the mood in his team's camp and the merits of their opponents.
El Clasico Universitario is the oldest derby in Chile, contested by perennial giants Universidad Catolica and Universidad de Chile. Before their latest meeting on 31 October, we investigate their long-standing rivalry.
Spotlight on: Faroe Islands
Faroe Islands' 2-1 defeat of Lithuania in September 2009 was their first competitive win since their Korea/Japan 2002 qualifying campaign. It was also a success that helped them become the biggest climbers on the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, which prompts FIFA.com to reflect on the progress of Brian Kerr's team.
What to watch
Hot off the highly successful FIFA U-20 World Cup Egypt 2009, we launch straight into the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Nigeria. The tournament commences on 24 October. Visit the dedicated Nigeria 2009 tournament section for all the news, interviews, group standings and match reports.
The newly created FIFA Puskás Award is something every football fan can play a valuable part in. Created in honour of Ferenc Puskás, the star of the Hungarian national team during the 1950s, the award recognises the most beautiful goal of the year scored by a male or female footballer.
Videos of the ten most beautiful goals of the year, as chosen by FIFA's Football Committee, will be posted on FIFA.com. From there, you have the power to decide! Fans will be able to vote for the best goal through a FIFA.com online poll and thus declare a winner. The first FIFA Puskás award will be handed out during December's 2009 FIFA World Player Gala.