Next week on FIFA.com

Football fever is even more rampant than usual across Europe and the Americas right now courtesy of UEFA EURO 2016and the Copa America Centenario. FIFA.comwill be on hand throughout the week so you can keep close tabs on the action, bringing you daily round-ups, photos and stories. Meanwhile, New Zealand have been crowned continental champions over in Oceania, whom they will represent at the next edition of the FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia next year. Accordingly, we will open the week by recapping the highlights from the recently concluded OFC Nations Cup.

Next up we will be heading down memory lane with Togo's recollections of their campaign at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™ and a look back at the memorable Round of 16 meeting between Belgium and USSR at Mexico 1986. We will then be looking ahead to Russia 2018 with Hugo Broos, who shares his dreams of guiding Cameroon to the big event, while Omar Khribin tells us he has similarly high hopes of achieving the same goal with Syria.

Laure Boulleau, for her part, will be taking part in a social media Q&A, while Ghana's Ellen Coleman will be reflecting on her experiences at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, as well as sharing her own ambitions of shining at the senior showpiece. To round off the week in style where the female game is concerned, we will be exploring the greatest moments in FIFA Women's World Cup™ history, as the first anniversary of USA's victory in neighbouring Canada approaches.

And while you will not want to miss any of the above, the same goes for our African tour, which will feature a visit to Madagascar, two stops in Egypt with Ramadan Sobhi and Mohamed Aboutrika, and a foray into Mozambique's futsal scene in the company of Ricardo Lenio Mendes Muendane.

All of that is just a snapshot of what will be awaiting you on FIFA.com in the coming days. You will also find the latest news on FIFA and FIFA Tournaments, a whole host of exclusive interviews, videos and photos, plus all our regular features. Have a fantastic week full of football on FIFA.com.