FIFA World Cup 2010: Live Information Streams On Fan Network

The FIFA World Cup 2010 is now in its second day and there are so many sources on the Internet for you to stay up-to-date with all the latest news — such as live information streams with The Guardian’s Fan Network. This service needs the help of you to make it such a great site.

The Guardian thought what better way to offer a World Cup site than by allowing readers to rate players after each match. Not only that, when fans send in their photos the best ones will then be published in the Guardian and Observer newspapers the following day.

There is even a cool interactive word map, so you will be able to see graphically after each game where the Tweets are coming in live from twitter. To find out what supporters are saying across the globe then visit The Guardian’ Fans Network.

To get the most from the 2010 World Cup, you should visit the main hub for all things World Cup on The Guardian. You can read all the latest Fan’s Blog from each country after they have played, along with all the photos from each match. Visit the site now via the link above.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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