#WeLiveFootball

Fans' Favourites

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  • We ask fans to share their favourite content each week
  • The top five submissions are revealed here
  • Share your stories using the hashtag #WeLiveFootball

Football is nothing without fans. The beautiful game is so popular around the world because of its unique ability to bring people together.

So we want to know what's on your mind each week. Which videos do you keep coming back to? Or has there been a fascinating feature on your favourite team or player that deserves wider viewing? Submit your thoughts via social media with the hashtag #WeLiveFootball, and we'll pick the top ones to showcase here.

Here are this week's best, courtesy of FIFA's Fan Movement members and your social media shout-outs.

The Egri Erbstein tournament

From Karl Latham (England)
Our first pick comes from @karlJlatham, who was inspired by a new competition built on the foundation of a shared history between clubs that dates back over a century.

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Wenger elevates Eriksen

From Claus Roendbjerg-Christensen (Denmark)
A season ago they were on opposite ends of a North London rivalry. Now @DanishFooty delights in former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger revealing his deep admiration for Spurs midfielder Christian Eriksen.

Around Serie A

From Simone Filippone (Italy)
From Icardi to Ronaldo, it's been an eventful season in Italy's top flight thus far, and @simonesickwolf_official has been there each step of the way with his signature impassioned analysis.

(Video is in Italian)

Jerseys revealed

From Shradha Patel (India)
We couldn't have said it better ourselves, @patelshradha50. Many FIFA Women's World Cup™ participants presented their new kits to the public over the past week. Feast your eyes on all the talent in this selfie, and get ready to see them all at France 2019.

An A-League surprise

From Erin Morrow (Australia)
Rounding out the week is @Erin_Mariner spotlighting Sydney FC's first A-League match at their temporary home ground, Leichhardt Oval. Central Coast Mariners played spoiler for the occasion, and it took a second-half penalty goal from Adam Le Fondre for Sydney FC to escape with a 1-1 result.

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Le Fondre denies Mariners as Sydney FC salvage point