Next week on FIFA.com

Just like every Sunday, we whet your appetite with a preview of what you will be able to enjoy on FIFA.com in the coming days.

The road to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ is about to reopen. After taking a back seat since the most recent action, in the CONCACAF region at the end of March, qualifying kicks back into gear in Oceania, where the second round gets underway with two matches on Saturday 28 May and a further two the next day. The eight countries that have made it this far have been divided into two groups and will face off in a round-robin format, with the top two in each section advancing to the knockout stage, which concludes on 11 June.

Who will be representing Europe at the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup? You will find out the answer to this question on Saturday 28 May, when the UEFA Champions League final will be contested between Real Madridand Atletico Madrid. To warm up for this biggest of derby showdowns between the bitter rivals from the Spanish capital, FIFA.com will be painting a portrait of Zinedine Zidane with the help of his charges and bringing you an exclusive interview with Antoine Griezmann.

UEFA EURO 2016 is also fast approaching. We continue our build-up to the tournament, the winners of which will book a ticket to the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017, by talking to Hungarian international Krisztian Nemeth, Romania vice-captain Vlad Chirichesand Sweden coach Erik Hamren.

Women's football is always in the spotlight on FIFA.com and this week will be no exception. There are exclusive interviews coming your way with Iceland's Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Sweden's Stina Blackstenius, and the French duo Elodie Thomis and Eugenie Le Sommer, who are all hoping to taste glory with Lyon in the UEFA Women's Champions League final.

We will also be catching up with Wolfsburg boss Ralf Kellermann, whose side take on the Lyon ladies for the crown this Thursday, 26 May. This is the perfect chance to gain an insight into the exploits of the 2014 FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football, who has guided Wolfsburg to the European showpiece in three of the last four years.

The above is just a taster of what awaits you this week on FIFA.com, where we will also be bringing you other exclusive interviews, not to mention our usual batch of videosand photos, plus all your favouriteregular features.