Football's world governing body FIFA invested nearly twice as much in last year’s Women’s World Cup in France as in the tournament’s previous edition in Canada in 2015.
Funding has been confirmed for the development of a training facility for the Australian women's football team.
A statue of England World Cup legends Sir Bobby Moore, Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters is set to be unveiled outside the London Stadium, which was the main venue for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has confirmed it received bid documents from five nations applying to host the 2027 Asian Cup.
The number of staff at world football's governing body FIFA has doubled in less than six years, according to the organisation’s newly-published 2019 annual report.
Qatar has officially submitted its bidding documents for the 2027 Asian Cup.
Brazilian football star Ronaldinho has been released from house arrest in Paraguay following his detention for allegedly holding a forged passport.
The gross salary awarded by FIFA to its President Gianni Infantino rose to more than $3.2 million (£2.4 million/€2.66 million) in 2019.
The hearing of an appeal against Ricardo Teixeira's life ban from FIFA has been delayed because of coronavirus restrictions that would require the Brazilian's lawyers to quarantine for 10 days if they appeared in person to speak at the case.
A Human Rights Watch report has found 2022 FIFA World Cup host country Qatar is still falling short on migrant workers’ rights.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is set to hear Ricardo Terra Teixeira's appeal against his life ban from FIFA tomorrow.
FIFA predicted a $120 million (£91 million/€102 million) drop in revenue until 2022 as the agenda for next month's Congress was confirmed.
FIFA has suspended Yves Jean-Bart, the President of the Haitian Football Federation (FHF), for a further 90 days and launched disciplinary proceedings against two more figures as it investigates claims of sexual misconduct.
UEFA says that all of its international matches in September will be played behind closed doors, but has identified its Super Cup as a potential game to pilot allowing a reduced number of spectators into the stadium.
The investigatory chamber of FIFA's Ethics Commission has both opened and closed an investigation into the conduct of Gianni Infantino, finding the President has not breached the body's Code of Ethics.