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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.
An emotional return for a FIFA Women's World Cup™ winner and some behind-the-scenes highlights from The Best FIFA Football Awards™ were at the tops of our FIFA Fan Movement members' lists this week. We present five of their picks below.
A promise kept
From Jewel Ramos (Honduras)
Remarkably just three months after giving birth to her daughter, forward Sydney Leroux stepped back on the pitch for the first time during Orlando Pride's 1-1 draw against Sky Blue FC last Sunday. The 2015 world champion said she promised herself she'd come back this season; bsrocks8 provided the inspiring proof of a promise fulfilled.
The Best in red, white and blue
From Vanessa Tomaszewski (France)
There was plenty of USA flavour at The Best FIFA Football Awards 2019 in Milan. Megan Rapinoe and Jill Ellis took home some of the night's biggest individual honours while five USA players were named to the inaugural FIFA FIFPro Women's World11. Go behind the curtain as championsdudigital shared this fresh footage of the Stars and Stripes' Italy experience.
A 'Sheroe' recognised
From Mel Nicole (USA)
The recipient of the 2019 FIFA Fan Award, Silvia Grecco and her son Nickollas were also on hand for The Best FIFA Football Awards at a star-studded Teatro alla Scala. Grecco narrates Palmeiras matches for Nickollas, who is blind and autistic. Submitted by melrobb1, enjoy Silvia and Nickollas' award-winning night and learn more about their incredible story.
Don Pepe's passion
From Diana Cuellar Mexico)
From South America to North America, football can bring families closer together. SoyDianaCuellar introduced us to Don Pepe, a fervent supporter of Mexico's Atlas. Even with the loss of his hearing and sight to Usher syndrome, he is able to follow matches from the stands thanks to his sons, who communicate with him through touch and sign language.
(Video is in Spanish)
Look out, Serge!
From Inamuldinho Hasan (USA)
Serge Gnabry was unstoppable in Bayern Munich's 7-2 win over Tottenham in UEFA Champions League play – so much so that his own team-mate wanted to take him down a peg! What happened next was brought to us by inamuldinho_hasan. "Tonight belonged to [Serge], which is why I took him out," Niklas Sule said after the match. "He hit me on the head beforehand, so I had to get him back."