Elections for three vacant seats on the new FIFA Council were called off today at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Extraordinary Congress in Goa after the agenda was rejected by a near-unanimous margin.
Qatar Football Association (QFA) vice-president Saoud Al-Mohannadi has been banned from taking part in tomorrow’s FIFA Council elections at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Extraordinary Congress in Goa due to an ongoing Ethics Committee investigation, it has been announced.
FIFA has opted to disband its anti-racism taskforce after declaring their work had been "completed", sparking widespread criticism from a number of officials and organisations.
Vitaly Mutko has been elected for a new four-year term as President of the Russian Football Union (RFU).
The brand identity for UEFA's 2020 European Championships, which will be taking place across Europe in four years time, has been unveiled by the governing body.
Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko should be banned from running for the Presidency of the Russian Football Union (RFU) as his candidacy violates the FIFA Statutes on political interference, according to the country’s National Coaches Union.
Football’s lucrative Ballon d’Or award will undergo a series of changes this year after France Football ended its six-year association with FIFA.
Professional services network PwC have been appointed as the new statutory auditors of FIFA after KPMG resigned from the role in June in the wake of numerous corruption scandals engulfing the governing body.
Slovenia's Aleksander Čeferin was today elected the new President of UEFA to replace the disgraced Michel Platini.
Čeferin pushes further ahead of Van Praag in race for UEFA Presidency as Congress prepares for vote in Athens
Football Association of Slovenia head Aleksander Čeferin has emerged as an even stronger favourite for the UEFA Presidency on the eve of the vote at the organisation’s Congress, with reports claiming he has the support of 40 of the 55 Member Associations.
Michel Platini has been given permission to address UEFA’s Congress on Wednesday (September 14), despite the Frenchman currently serving a four-year ban from all football activity.
Former FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb has been banned from all footballing activity for life and fined a sum of CHF 1,000,000 (£770,000/$1 million/€912,000) by the Adjudicatory Chamber of the Ethics Committee, it was announced today.
The Investigatory Chamber of FIFA's Ethics Committee has opened formal proceedings against banned former FIFA President Sepp Blatter, ex-secretary general Jérôme Valcke and Markus Kattner for the trio's involvement in an illicit bonus and pay rise scheme during their time in office, it was announced today.
The adjudicatory chamber of FIFA's Ethics Committee has opened proceedings against Helmut Sandrock, the former general secretary of the German Football Association (DFB), as the probe into the 2006 World Cup continues.