Markus Kattner has been sacked from his position as FIFA deputy secretary general for financial "breaches" linked to his job, the world governing body have announced.
Former Dutch international Clarence Seedorf is among the six personalities to have been named on the jury of the inaugural FIFA Diversity Award, adding to the five other members that had already been announced.
Former German Football Association (DFB) President Wolfgang Niersbach has vowed to fight a possible two-year ban from the sport after a recommendation today by the Adjudicatory Chamber of FIFA's independent Ethics Committee.
The Football Association of Serbia (FSS) has officially launched an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over Kosovo’s acceptance into UEFA, according to reports there.
Football Association of Norway secretary general Kjetil Siem has become the latest high-profile appointment at FIFA after he was hired as the world governing body’s strategic director.
A replacement for banned former UEFA President Michel Platini will be elected in September at an Extraordinary Congress in Athens, it was announced today.
Domenico Scala, a key figure in scandal-hit FIFA's bid to restore its reputation, has resigned as chair of the Audit and Compliance Committee in protest over a reform package u-turn passed at yesterday's Congress, claiming the independent bodies had been "deprived of their independence".
Gibraltar and Kosovo have become the 210th and 211th members of FIFA after the organisation’s Congress voted in favour of their acceptance into world football’s governing body here today.
Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura of Senegal has been appointed as the first-ever female secretary general of FIFA, President Gianni Infantino announced at the body’s Congress here today.
FIFA President Infantino under fire as Congress grants Council right to sack independent committee chairs
The FIFA Congress today passed a controversial agenda item which tears a hole through the governing body’s reform process as the ruling Council has been granted the power to dismiss the heads of key independent committees without consulting its membership.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has warned the governing body’s 211 members not to betray the organisation’s trust after a vast increase in development funding for the associations was passed unanimously at the 66th Congress here today.
A delegation from Kuwait Football Clubs have been lobbying FIFA's Member Associations in an attempt to get their country's Football Association reinstated from a ban from world football's governing body which they claim has been "killing" the sport in the nation.
Canadian Victor Montagliani has been elected as President of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) with 25 of the 41 votes at the body's Congress here today.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino held a 90-minute meeting with members of his “Legends” team here to begin a process which will see the group of ex-professionals have “day to day” input into the decision-making at the scandal-hit governing body.
Gibraltar and Kosovo’s potential membership of world football’s governing body and the current suspensions of three associations top the agenda at the 66th FIFA Congress, due to be held here tomorrow.