Former FIFA official Jack Warner has succeeded in having extradition committal proceedings against him put on hold until November.
FIFA and AFC officials to hold meetings with Football Federation Australia next week to help resolve Congress dispute
FIFA and Asian Football Confederation (AFC) officials are set to hold meetings with the Football Federation Australia (FFA) next week as they attempt to resolve constitutional issues in the organisation.
The number of players that coaches can select in their initial squad selection for the FIFA World Cup has increased from 30 to 35, the world governing body has announced.
FIFA secretary general Fatma Samoura has met with Spanish officials with a view to resolving concerns which led to the world governing body threatening to remove the country from next year's World Cup in Russia.
Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter has announced his intention to appeal the decision which saw him banned from football activities for six years on corruption charges.
Followers of bidding processes for major events will no doubt be feeling a sense of déjà vu when perusing over the latest developments in the race for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Football Association of Norway (NFF) President Terje Svendsen has claimed Russia should be banned from competing at their home World Cup if allegations of doping in football in the country are proven.
The International Football Association Board (IFAB) have claimed experiments with Video Assistant Referees (VAR) have proved "positive and encouraging", but said a decision on its future use would be made in March.
FIFA has reviewed data from a key database and has sent a list of questions for whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov regarding allegations of doping in Russian football, it has been revealed.
Referee Joseph Lamptey was banned for life because he intentionally made wrong decisions in an attempt to make "certain bets successful", FIFA has revealed.
Former Nicaraguan Football Federation (FENIFUT) President Julio Rocha, convicted of corruption offences in the United States, has died at the age of 67.
Football governing body FIFA is supposedly considering hiring an "independent investigator" to look into claims of doping involving footballers in Russia.
FIFA President claims good governance and respect for human rights are "top priority" after Council of Europe meeting
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between FIFA and the Council of Europe is expected to be signed later this year after the two organisations established a "strong partnership" regarding issues such as match-fixing and human rights.
Grigory Rodchenkov is reportedly free to provide evidence to FIFA after restrictions placed by United States law enforcement were lifted.
FIFA has denied claims from the lawyer for Grigory Rodchenkov that the governing body had not made any attempt to contact the former Moscow Laboratory head turned whistleblower.