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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 #WeLiveFootball, and we'll pick the top ones to showcase here.

This week the FIFA Fan Movement selections feature fervent Flamengo fans giving their side a passionate send-off, a team showing incredible unity in Mexico and Georginio Wijnaldum’s powerful anti-racism message.

Little lights up North London derby

From Sylvain Jamet (France)
A landmark weekend for women’s football in England saw 74,247 fans attend six FA Women’s Super League matches – with the biggest crowd gathering in North London. A record league attendance of 38,262 was set at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, as goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema gave visitors Arsenal bragging rights over rivals Spurs. Little bagged the opener with a fabulous strike – and you can watch it from every angle! Thanks to S_Jamet for submitting this one.

Wijnaldum's powerful anti-racism message

From Jeong-Woo Lee (Korea Republic)
Dutch team-mates Georginio Wijnaldum and Frenkie De Jong made a poignant stand against racism during the Netherlands’ 5-0 victory against Estonia on Tuesday. After scoring his first goal en route to a hat-trick, Wijnaldum celebrated by placing his forearm next to De Jong’s, highlighting we are all united by football and that the only colour which mattered that night was the Oranje of the Netherlands. It’s no wonder this powerful message was submitted by jjwoo_ham.

Wijnaldum aiming for Club World Cup glory

From Kevin Farrugia (England)
While Wijnaldum’s anti-racism gesture on international duty was highlighted by jjwoo_ham, his club interview with Liverpool FC this week caught the eye of merseypride. Wijnaldum spoke of his ambition to "make history" at the "special" tournament – a trophy which the Reds last went for in 2005 but were defeated in the final by Brazilian heavyweights Sao Paulo.

Wijnaldum: We want to make history

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Flamengo fans' staggering send-off

From Ana Schuindt (Brazil)
Two continental champions will be decided this weekend with the culmination of the AFC Champions League and the Copa Libertadores. Competing in the latter, Flamengo – who will contest the South American showpiece decider against River Plate in Peru – were given a staggering send-off in Rio de Janeiro by their passionate red-and-black support, as they made their way to the airport. This submission comes from ashlnhrris.

Tijuana together

From Rocio Yelitza (Mexico)
Club Tijuana showed their strong unity last Friday when the men’s team lent their support to the women’s side before their clash with Tigres. The men’s team lined the players’ tunnel outside the changing rooms, giving a round of applause to boost their colleagues as they prepared for their Liga MX Femenil meeting. Thanks for submitting this one, Pamboleras.

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