UEFA have moved the Champions League football final from Turkey to Portugal, enabling fans of the two English clubs involved, Chelsea and Manchester City, to attend.
FIFA President Infantino hails "significant progress" in reforms to workers’ welfare ahead of Qatar 2022 World Cup
FIFA President Gianni Infantino invited participating member associations and confederations to recognise the "significant progress" made in Qatar during an online discussion of workers’ welfare reforms and broader human rights in connection to the country’s hosting of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Embattled German Football Association (DFB) President Fritz Keller has offered to resign after sparking widespread criticism when he compared first vice-president Rainer Koch to infamous Nazi judge Roland Freisler.
Portugal has emerged as the favourite to host the all-English Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City after talks between UEFA and the British Government over moving the event from Istanbul reportedly face deadlock.
UEFA has defended its decision to award one of its events to Belarus amid criticism from the global players union.
Costa Rica, Panama, the United States and hosts Guatemala are all through to the semi-finals of the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Futsal Championship.
FIFA has announced the postponement of African qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup which had been due to take place in June.
Stefan Keller has been removed from his position as extraordinary federal prosecutor in the investigation into FIFA President Gianni Infantino after a court ruled he could not "guarantee a fair process."
UEFA has confirmed squads for this year’s European Championship will be increased from 23 to 26 players in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
North Korea has said it will not participate in the FIFA 2022 World Cup Asian qualifiers in South Korea in June because of coronavirus concerns.
German Football Association (DFB) President Fritz Keller is facing calls to resign after likening first vice-president Rainer Koch to infamous Nazi judge Roland Freisler.
Former Haitian Football Federation girls' supervisor banned for 10 years for coercing players into sex
FIFA has banned Nela Joseph, who was supervisor of Haiti's under-20 women's national team, for 10 years for failing to protect players who were under her care at the country's national training complex.
Twitter says online abuse "unrepresentative of overall football conversation" as English football leads social media boycott
Twitter has responded to the three-day boycott of social media by much of British sport and numerous international bodies in protest at online abuse by saying that racist or sexist comments are unrepresentative of "the overall football conversation".
UEFA has confirmed the Champions League final will be held in Istanbul as planned despite a surge in coronavirus cases forcing Turkey to go into lockdown.
Chinese technology company Hisense has signed on as an official sponsor of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.