Tell us what you think...

Few topics spark as much debate, passion and sheer hyperbole around the world than the topic of football...

    ... and with 64 matches over a full month of football you can bet the opinions will be flying thick and fast over Germany 2006.

    So tell us what you think about the tournament, on and off the pitch.

    Have your say at

    worldcup@aljazeera.net

    Vent your frustrations...

    ... spout-off about your team's opponents...

    ... tell us where, how and with who you're watching the Cup...

    ... anything and everything to do with Germany 2006, we want to hear from you.

    Send us your comments to

    worldcup@aljazeera.net

    It's the same address if you want to send us pictures of how the World Cup is being followed where you are. We plan to publish as many as we can during the tournament.

    Please remember to include your name and the country where you live. We will publish a selection of your comments and images throughout the tournament.

     

    For photographs please also try to include a caption or some background information about the picture, where it was taken, who is in it and why.

     

    Please note: Aljazeera reserves the right to edit and use any submissions as we see fit, although you will retain copyright over any images submitted. You should not endanger yourself or others in obtaining any photographs sent to us.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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