By Nick ButlerProtests have taken place throughout Brazil today as embers of the violence which rocked the country during the Confederations Cup last summer reignite with less than a month to go until the opening of the FIFA World Cup.
By Nick ButlerNew Zealand's football fraternity is bidding to convince the Government the merits of bidding for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019, with final confirmation of the bid required in October.
By Paul OsborneFootball's world governing body has welcomed proposed labour law reforms in Qatar which look to scrap part of the country's medieval kafala employment system which has caused huge outrage directed at the hosts of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
By David OwenWorld Cup tourist spending in Brazil in June and July may exceed $3 billion (£1.78 billion/€2.18 billion), the Brazilian Government has forecast.
By Nick ButlerVicente Neto will enjoy a baptism of fire after taking over as President of the Brazilian Tourist Institute, Embratur, with less than a month to go until the beginning of the FIFA World Cup.
By Zjan ShirinianSamsung Electronics has struck an agreement with the Football Association (FA) to become the Official Consumer Electronics and Smartphone Supplier to the England team.
By Paul OsborneIssa Hayatou, President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), has called for the Congolese football federation (FECOFA) to fully investigate a disaster which saw 15 people killed in a stampede during a match between AS Vita Club and Tout Puissant Mazembe.
By David OwenWith just a month to go before the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Brazilian Government has launched its largest mobilisation of armed forces, using 30,000 military personnel to patrol its entire 17,000-kilometre national border, one of the world's longest.
By Zjan ShirinianCroatian defender Josip Simunic will miss the FIFA World Cup after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) rejected his appeal against a ban for making pro-Nazi chants.
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