Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber is set to be questioned by the country's Parliament over his informal meetings with FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
UEFA has confirmed Ukraine striker Artem Biesiedin has been banned for one year after he failed a drugs test.
FIFA will hold its first virtual Congress this year after the annual gathering of its membership in Addis Ababa was postponed because of the coronavirus crisis.
The National Football Museum in England has asked fans to share their favourite stories as part of the formation of a memory bank while there are no new matches to watch.
The World Players Association has warned athletes could be particularly vulnerable to coronavirus and urged that all proposals for the resumption of sport are "rigorously assessed" by experts, with the health and safety of participants not negotiable.
European Leagues is to hold a "Stay2Score" e-competition amid the continued halt in the domestic football seasons due to the coronavirus crisis.
South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) President Alejandro Dominguez has claimed the continental body was not consulted over the decision to temporarily allow teams to make five substitutes.
The President of the Haitian Football Federation (FHF), Yves Jean-Bart, is facing an investigation after accusations of raping young players in the national training centre were made public.
Dynamo Dresden has placed its entire squad into quarantine after two players tested positive for coronavirus, marking a blow to Germany’s efforts to resume its domestic football season.
The United States women's football team have filed an appeal against the ruling of a federal judge after he dismissed their claim of unequal pay against US Soccer.
FIFA has made a temporary change to its Laws of the Game to allow more substitutions during competitions that are scheduled to be completed by the end of the year to prevent player fatigue.
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the continent's top players have launched a new campaign to keep fans fit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber is facing further calls to resign from his position over the handling of football corruption cases.
European football's governing body UEFA and entertainment giant Disney have teamed-up to promote activity for young children during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two-time FIFA Women's World Cup winner Megan Rapinoe has expressed her doubts over whether the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympics can take place next year.