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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, fans and players across the globe made remarkable demonstrations honouring special members of their clubs. Here are five standout selections from our FIFA Fan Movement.
The Yellow Wall mesmerises
From Jamir Valiyamannil (India) With a UEFA Champions League opener against Barcelona this week, the passionate fans who make up Borussia Dortmund's 'Yellow Wall' lived up to their reputation of offering one of the best home field advantages on the planet. Jammykv shares their latest creation.
Inspiring the Rossoblu
From Maria Laura Arce (USA) When Bologna engineered a magnificent comeback win over Brescia last Sunday, the team had to share their happiness with the man who inspired them. Head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has been hospitalised battling leukaemia, so his players brought the celebration to him. You'll be smiling after seeing this submission from Maluarce98.
From Jewel Ramos (Honduras) USA's National Soccer Hall of Fame will welcome Abby Wambach as a member this weekend, so @Bsrocks8 brings us this tribute to the all-time leading goal-scorer in international football. Ride along for Wambach's incredible journey.
Rest easy, Fernando
From Mhairi McKenzie (Scotland) The world football community mourned the loss of former Rangers player Fernando Rickson this week, who passed away six years after being diagnosed with ALS. Hosting Feyenoord in UEFA Europa League action, Rangers offered fans time to remember the former club captain, as seen by Mmckgers.
From Ryan Gibson (USA) Before Feyenoord and ADO Den Haag kicked off last weekend, kids from Rotterdam’s Sophia Children’s Hospital walked hand-in-hand with the players onto the pitch. When those children returned to their seats, they were showered with a bounty of stuffed animals from the travelling Den Haag supporters. Thanks to @Bayern_Ryan for bringing us this one.
(Video is in Dutch)