A court in Sochi in Russia has sentenced human rights defender Semyon Simonov - most notable for documenting migrant worker exploitation during construction of Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and 2018 FIFA World Cup venues - to community service under the "foreign agents" law.
Qatar will require fans to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter stadiums at the 2022 FIFA World Cup and is set to provide one million vaccine doses, the country's Government has announced.
The stopwatch used by English referee Jack Taylor to time the 1974 FIFA World Cup final between West Germany and The Netherlands has fetched a total of £4,210.80 ($5,842.05/€4,926.85) at Fellows Auctioneers in Birmingham.
Stopwatch used by English referee Taylor when he awarded quickest penalty in World Cup final history up for auction
The stopwatch used by English referee Jack Taylor when he awarded the fastest penalty in the history of the FIFA World Cup final has gone up for auction.
FIFA will explore the possibility of holding the World Cup and Women's World Cup every two years after a proposal from Saudi Arabia was overwhelmingly approved at its 71st Congress.
FIFA will discuss a proposal from Saudi Arabia to hold the World Cup and Women's World Cup every two years at its 71st Congress tomorrow.
FIFA has announced the postponement of African qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup which had been due to take place in June.
Chinese technology company Hisense has signed on as an official sponsor of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The World Cup, the Olympics, the Boat Race - women officials stepping into traditionally male-dominated roles
Rachael Blackmore’s achievement this month in becoming the first female jockey to win the Grand National, in company with Minella Times, marked a heady high point for women in sport - that is, the wider world of men's and women's sport.
Iran's men's national football team hit a new high at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, narrowly missing the knockout rounds of the competition.
FIFA has a big decision to make later this year - one that could see Baltimore rid its "underdog" status and become one of the top dogs within United States football.
Liam Morgan: Shock Germany defeat does not answer questions over presence of "minnows" in UEFA qualifying
German voices have been among the loudest in the cyclical debate over whether the so-called smaller European nations should have to pre-qualify for FIFA World Cup qualification.
The Netherlands, Germany and Norway protested against human rights abuses in host nation Qatar ahead of their FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Amnesty International has written to FIFA President Gianni Infantino urging football’s worldwide governing body to mount further pressure on World Cup 2022 hosts Qatar amid fears over the treatment of migrant workers.
In what is potentially a landmark moment for sport, FIFA appears last year to have generated more revenue from video gaming than from football.