We wondered how long it would be before dear old Sepp Blatter resurfaced to become involved in yet another imbroglio, this time joining the long list of those in positions of power or prominence who are alleged to have been in the past a bit too touchy-feely when it comes to the opposite sex.
A judge in Paraguay has approved the extradition of former South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) President Nicolás Leoz to the United States to face charges in connection with the FIFA corruption scandal.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) today became the latest organisation to ban Kuwait, following in the footsteps of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and FIFA.
FIFA have confirmed the seeding pots for the Russia 2018 World Cup draw after Peru became the final nation to book their place in the showpiece event.
Official accused of taking bribes commits suicide as prosecutors allege Burga made "cut-throat" gestures at FIFA trial
Argentinian lawyer Jorge Delhon has committed suicide after a Government witness testified in court during the trial of three former football officials accused of corruption that he had taken bribes.
Witness in FIFA trial claims former official paid $1 million to vote for Qatar in 2022 World Cup race
Former FIFA senior vice-president Julio Grondona was paid at least $1 million (£760,000/€845,000) in bribes to vote for Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup, a witness in the trial of three football officials accused of corruption has claimed.
Three officials accused in the widespread FIFA corruption scandal have gone on trial in New York City, faced with charges of bribery, racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering.
Liam Morgan: Use of Video Assistant Referees in football getting worse rather than better in problem-riddled trial phase
Germany striker Sandro Wagner gave a near-perfect summation in the eyes of many on the current state of the use of Video Assistant Referees (VAR) in football earlier this week.
United States goalkeeper Hope Solo has accused former FIFA President Sepp Blatter of sexual assault.
The trial of three officials implicated in the widespread FIFA corruption scandal is set to begin next week after the 12 jurors were selected following a four-day hearing in New York.
A report from FIFA's Human Rights Advisory Board has called on the worldwide governing body to strengthen efforts to assist workers' rights at Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022 World Cup construction sites.
FIFA has vowed to reveal the candidate each member voted for in the race for the 2026 World Cup following a series of corruption allegations in the process for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments.
The corruption case involving soccer’s global governing body FIFA is finally underway in a Brooklyn courtroom in New York City, with three former South American football chiefs accused of taking bribes, two-and-a-half years following dawn arrests of the game's powerbrokers that led to the toppling of Sepp Blatter’s regime.
FIFA and FIFPro announce partnership as the latter withdraws its complaint over dated transfer system
FIFA and FIFPro have announced a six-year cooperation agreement to strengthen ties between the two bodies and improve the running of professional football globally.
Former Switzerland international Pascal Zuberbuhler has joined FIFA as a specialist with the governing body keen to strength goalkeeping around the globe.