The second phase of FIFA 10's online World Cup tournament starts on PS3 today, and follows an immense first-leg where 400,000 hopefuls were whittled down to just 11.

Those who missed out are welcome to try again, as a fresh batch of players try to finish in the top 10 and book a place in the Grand Final.

The winner of that will be crowned as champion at the FIFA World Player Gala 2010, and meet the world's best footballers who are shortlisted for the elusive trophy.

There's also a live qualifier scheduled for London in March, although exact details are still to come.

Good luck.

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