Since the beginning of the World Cup, the “Mission Ouvrière” of the diocese of Lille has been following matches through its site “Enjoy the World Cup as Christians” (https://cdmenchretiens.wordpress.com/). ) Interviews, games, quiz programmes, prayers, and cartoons accompany supporters intending to put God “at the centre of the midfield circle with humour and kindness!” For every match France is playing, a quiz will be faced by two teams, “faith and football”, hinging on the countries of the rival teams opposed by the “Bleu”. A few matches may also be seen together, on a giant screen at the headquarters of the Mission, in Lille, or they may be commented on social media. To “Enjoy the World Cup as Christians”, “it is not a matter of wearing T-shirts such as ‘I love Jesus’ to go to the arena or set up Masses in the fan-area”; “it is just enjoying football with others (believers or not), sharing those two passions: love for God and love for good game”. All the initiatives proposed by the site are just “pretexts to stimulate debate, competition and sharing”.