Next week on FIFA.com
Like every Sunday, we whet your appetite with a sneak peek at what is in store for you on FIFA.com in the coming days.
The FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017is still just a dot on the horizon, but the anticipation will be ramped up a notch with the Official Drawnext Saturday, 26 November. The hosts, New Zealand, Chile, Mexico, Australia, Portugal, Germany and the still-to-be-determined African champions will be descending on Kazan from 17 June to 2 July for an event that will be covered extensively on FIFA.com. This is also the place to be to get the full scoop on the draw: besides streaming the proceedings live, we will also be running a Live Blog and bringing you videos, photos, analysis and interviews to get you in the mood.
Over in Japan, meanwhile, the countdown to the start of the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup – to be contested from 8 to 18 December – is very much on. Club America bowed out of the competition without much fanfare a year ago and are intent on making amends this time round, as Moises Munoz will be explaining on Monday. Likewise, on Wednesday, Alexis Henriquez will be outlining Colombian outfit Atletico Nacional's ambitions ahead of the tournament.
Thewinners of The Best FIFA Football Awards™ will not be known for quite a while yet, but fans who have not yet done so have until midnight CET this Tuesday, 22 November to vote in the four individual categories. FIFA.com will also be continuing our build-up in the interim: we have spoken to numerous stars past and present to get their views, and you will be able to hear from the likes of Bora Milutinovic, Deyna Castellanos, Gabriel Batistuta, Renate Lingor, Lakhdar Belloumi and Rabah Madjer in the next few days.
On the other hand, the action is in full swing at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Papua New Guinea 2016. The group stage comes to an end on Monday and the quarter-finals will be taking place on Thursday and Friday. As ever, FIFA.com will be on hand to give you a front-row seat for all the key developments.
Lastly, also coming your way in the coming days will be the latest news from FIFA, copious women's football coverage and our usual batch of videos, photos and exclusive interviews, not to mention all our regular features. Have a fantastic week full of football.