Disgraced official Jeffrey Webb is facing a lifetime ban from football after FIFA's Ethics Committee opened proceedings against him.
Florence Hardouin, general manager of the French Football Federation (FFF), has been elected the UEFA Executive Committee’s first female member in a landmark vote at European football’s governing body’s Congress in Budapest.
Kosovo has been accepted as the 55th member of UEFA, opening the door for the country to apply for FIFA recognition.
FIFA has been ordered to take "all necessary measures" to accept Gibraltar as a member "without delay" by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
A decision on whether to admit Kosovo as the 55th member of UEFA is the main agenda item for the European football governing body’s 2016 Congress, due to take place in Hungary’s capital Budapest tomorrow.
Organisers of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar have launched an investigation into the death of an Indian expat who was working on the construction of Al Bayt stadium in Al Khor.
The referees who took charge of the UEFA Champions League and FIFA Women's World Cup finals last year have been named among 88 officials appointed for the Rio 2016 football tournament.
Banned UEFA President Michel Platini was in confident mood as his attempt to overturn his six year ban from football was heard at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne today.
Deputy Mayor of Paris, Jean-François Martins, has welcomed an agreement by Euro 2016 host cities, the French Government and UEFA to share the cost of security measures in the fan zones for the tournament.
The FIFA Fan Fest venues for the 2018 World Cup have been revealed with 11 cities across Russia set to play host.
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho could face a suspension of up for four-years after he decided not to challenge the result of a recent failed drugs test.
FIFA’s extensive reform package will take the next step tomorrow when it officially becomes part of the world football governing body’s Statutes.
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is currently being investigated by European football’s governing body UEFA after they confirmed he had failed a drugs test following a Europa League tie against Manchester United last month.
Chile's Harold Mayne-Nicholls has had his ban for wrongdoing concerning the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid processes reduced from seven to three years, the FIFA Appeals Committee has announced.
A panel will be created by FIFA to oversee working conditions at Qatar 2022 World Cup construction sites in a bid to allay growing human rights concerns, President Gianni Infantino announced on an inspection visit to the Gulf nation.