FourFourTwo is proud to announce the arrival of a new member of the family: The Football Weekly, a free cross-platform digital publication.
The app, which works on all Apple and Android devices, updates ahead of each weekend's fixtures to bring football fans content on their mobiles. With entirely separate content from the monthly magazine (also now available in a bespoke-for-iPad version), the Weekly brings interviews, analysis, reaction and previews.
The 18th issue, available now, looks ahead to the final two matches of the 2014 World Cup, with Brazil battling it out with the Netherlands for third place before Sunday's main event between Germany and Argentina.
FFT quizzes the men who have been there, done that and got the World Cup medals, knighthoods and international superstardom to prove it... and looks back to previous third-place play-offs at the World Cup, telling you why everything you think about the bronze medal match is wrong. WRONG!
With Argentina progressing to Rio's showpiece event via a penalty shootout, spot-kick expert Ben Lyttleton is on hand to explain how both players and managers can win and lose them, and how legends quickly arise.
Michael Cox analyses how the 2014 World Cup final will be won and lost. Oh, and did we mention there's an interview with Lionel Messi? The Argentine maestro talks to FFT about his World Cup memories and what lifting the trophy at the Maracana would mean to his country.
There's also a round-up of the best quotes and things we've learned this week, while Back of the Net reports on the Dutch's thrilling and memorable semi-final exit.
And if that's not enough to make you part with your zero pence, there's match previews for the World Cup final and third-place play-off, plus the week's finest photos and a round-up of the 'other' football news you may have missed.
The Football Weekly is downloadable for free at Google Play and the App Store and updates every Thursday.