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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.
This week we've got Pep Guardiola stepping into Sunday league, an inspired Eniola Aluko and more, presented as always by FIFA's Fan Movement and your choices on social media.
Sunday league surprise
From Pete Nowakowski (Australia) Wonder what it would feel like to have Pep Guardiola doling out tips to your Sunday league side? So did @petenowakowski. Ipswich's mighty Kitchener FC worked with the Manchester City boss, sharpening their skills and building out of the back like a true Pep team.
Cup-set in Poland
From Daria Wollenberg (Poland) The magic of the league cup is alive and well in Poland, where second tier club Rakow Czestochowa took down Legia Warsaw – the nation's most successful club – in the quarter-finals. Via @Filip_Adamus, watch the match unfold from whistle to whistle, complete with player commentary.
(Video is in Polish)
Ramos at the controls for Spain
From Alfonso Ramos Cuevas (Spain) With the FIFA eNations Cup set to kick off in London on 13 April, Spain announced this week that their team will be managed by veteran gamer and two-time FIFA eWorld Cup champion Alfonso Ramos. Learn more about the appointment in this coverage humbly submitted by the man himself, @Alfonso11Ramos.
(Article is in Spanish)
A dazzling debut
From Dafne Aranda (Mexico) The only thing better than making your first start in the top flight as a goalkeeper? How about bending a free-kick in for your first goal! It was a dream debut for Platense youngster Joaquina Rodriguez Palma. A game she's sure to remember, and one that stuck with @Just_Dafne.
New norm for women's football
From David (France) An Italian women's club record 39,000 fans watched Juventus defeat Fiorentina 1-0 in Turin late last month. A week before, 60,739 spectators filled the Metropolitano Stadium to see Barcelona best Atletico Madrid. "The last two weeks have been a microcosm of what the future is going to be," Eniola Aluko told the BBC. Read more of the interview submitted by @ExploreFeelGood below.