Next week on FIFA.com
Just like every Sunday, we whet your appetite with a preview of what FIFA.com will be serving up in the coming days, in which international football will be at the fore.
There are just four games to go in Jordan. The FIFA U-17 Women's World Cupwill bow out with a bang on Friday, when the final and the play-off for third place will be contested. Before that, there is the small matter of determining the identity of the finalists, which will be revealed in two fascinating semi-finals on Monday. The first is a mouth-watering rematch in which Spain will be seeking to avenge their loss to Japan in the title decider at Costa Rica 2014, while the other pits Korea DPR against a Venezuela side inspired by Deyna Castellanos. With FIFA.com, you can follow all the action in the battle for glory with just a click of a button.
Once the proceedings in Jordan have come to a close, attention will turn to Papua New Guinea, which will be hosting the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup from 13 November to 3 December. To ramp up the anticipation ahead of the next FIFA Tournament, we have a series of interviews lined up with some of the stars who are primed to take part. On this occasion, you will have the chance to hear from France's Sakina Karchaoui, who is looking to cap an unforgettable 2016, in which she has already made her senior debut for Les Bleues and taken part in the Olympic Games in Rio.
Also on the women's football front, coming your way on Saturday will be an exclusive interview with legendary Canadian forward Christine Sinclair, who will be speaking about her FIFA Women's World Cup memories. Likewise, on Monday, we will be taking you to Australia for a look at the success of the Live Your Goals campaign, while our weekly women's club football round-up will be waiting for you the following day.
Sinclair is not the only big name whose thoughts FIFA.com will be bringing you this week: Dutchman Rafael van der Vaart, a runner-up at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™, and Danish great Brian Laudrup, a UEFA EURO 1992 winner, will also be talking shop.
Last but not least, on Sunday, we will find out who will be representing Africa at the upcoming FIFA Club World Cup. South African side Mamelodi Sundownshave one foot in Japan following their emphatic 3-0 win over Zamalekin the CAF Champions League final, first leg, but the Egyptians are not ready to throw in the towel and will give it everything they have got to mount a fightback in front of their fans. We will begin building up to the second leg from Friday.
You will also be able to enjoy all our regular features, scores of exclusive photos and videos, and numerous surprises. Have a great week of football on FIFA.com.