Planet football never stops spinning and FIFA.com is always on hand to bring you analysis and updates. One such recent development was the departure of *Vicente del Bosque *from his post as Spain head coach, and to get the week started we will have a stocktaking encounter with the 65-year-old, one of the architects of La Roja's 2010 FIFA World Cup™ and UEFA EURO 2012 double.
With EURO 2016 done and dusted, the time is ripe to look ahead to upcoming events. As such, Cristianewill be talking about her ambitions with Brazil at the Women's Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016, while Solomon Islander Micah Lea'alafa will be sharing his dreams of glory on the global stage at the FIFA Futsal World Cup Colombia 2016. Russia 2018 is also on many people's minds, with qualifying set to resume in the not too distant future. On this note, Korea Republic's Yoon Bitgaram and Saudi Arabia's Taisser Al Jassamwill be lifting the lid on their FIFA World Cup™ hopes.
Speaking of the World Cup, the 1966 editionis being remembered more vividly than ever right now because of its 50th anniversary. To continue commemorating this occasion, FIFA.com will be shining a spotlight on new European champions Portugal's impressive maiden campaign and recapping the tournament's highlights in images. We will also be getting inside views on England's triumph on home soil and the USSR's exploits from Jimmy Armfield and Vasily Danilovrespectively.
Want to gain a better understanding of why Germany produce so many top-class midfielders, or to get the lowdown on the business end of the Copa Libertadores? Then look no further than FIFA.com. Also awaiting you in the coming days will be all the latest news on FIFA and FIFA Tournaments, extensive women's footballcoverage, our regular features and an array of exclusive interviews, videos and photos. Have a fantastic week full of football.