As the biographer of Foinavon, it should come as no surprise that I think the late-1960s was the greatest period in the history of sport.
Greece's economy may be as much in ruins as the Acropolis, but one of its wealthiest citizens still has more than enough euros in his back pocket to buy a football club in England.
Two members of FIFA’s Governance Committee have reportedly resigned from the organisation following the departure of its chairman Miguel Maduro.
Tottenham Hotspur beat Manchester United 2-1 in the final match at their historic White Hart Lane ground in North London yesterday.
Democratic. Progressive. Transparent. During the FIFA Congress held last week in Bahrain, football's world governing body amply demonstrated that it is none of these things. Meanwhile its President, Gianni Infantino, is demonstrating with uncomfortable frequency the tell-tale signs of an autocrat.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is considering plans to hold events in Mexico should his city be awarded the 2024 Olympic Games, he revealed here today.
Brazil secured a fifth FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup title by earning a dominant victory over Tahiti in the final in The Bahamas' capital Nassau.
Ghanaian footballer Sulley Muntari has had his one-match ban for protesting against racist abuse during a recent match in Italy’s top division rescinded.
Defending champions Portugal suffered a surprise defeat in their second group match at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in The Bahamas.
FIFA secretary general confident Confederations Cup will be success after Saint Petersburg stadium opens
FIFA secretary general Fatma Samoura has claimed fans can expect a great experience at the Confederations Cup, due to take place later this year in Russia.
Tributes have been paid by the Panamanian Football Federation (FEPAFUT) to Amílcar Henríquez, after the international player was shot dead in the country's Colon province.
Canada, Mexico and the United States are poised to announce a joint bid for the 2026 FIFA World Cup after scheduling a joint press conference tomorrow in New York City.
FIFA has announced a loss of $369 million (£298 million/€348 million) for the 2016 financial year.
FIFA's Appeal Committee has quashed the one-year ban handed to Qatar's Asian Football Confederation (AFC) vice-president Saoud Al-Mohannadi.
Former Guatemalan Football Association President Brayan Jiménez has been banned for life by FIFA's Ethics Committee.