FIFA has removed the word corruption from its updated Code of Ethics and inserted a defamation clause which effectively prohibits officials from publicly speaking out against the organisation.
FIFA has warned that Ghana and Nigeria could be suspended later this month after the global governing body gave each of their respective Football Associations a deadline to resolve their ongoing governance issues.
North Korea are the favourites to retain their title when the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup begins in France tomorrow.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has rejected "some crucial aspects" of a FIFA-commissioned review into the structure of the sport's governing congress in the country.
FIFA will analyse the tactics and technicalities of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, including the use of the Video Assistant Referees (VAR), at its Football Conference in London this September, the governing body has announced.
FIFA have announced the schedule for the men's and women's futsal tournaments at the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games.
An appeal from disgraced former FIFA secretary general Jérôme Valcke against his 10-year ban and substantial fine has been dismissed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), it has been announced today.
It can be only a matter of time now, surely, before Gianni Infantino becomes a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The chances of Nigeria being banned by FIFA appear to have heightened after Sports Minister Solomon Dalung insisted Chris Giwa is the legitimate President of the country's troubled governing body in the country.
FIFA has warned England's Football Association (FA) following "political chants" by supporters during their World Cup semi-final loss to Croatia.
FIFA have claimed analysis of all doping tests conducted before and during the Russia 2018 World Cup have produced negative results to date.
Croatia recovered from a goal down to beat England 2-1 today in Moscow to set up a first FIFA World Cup final with France.
Broadcaster agree to pay $24 million after admitting bribing football officials for media and marketing rightss
The Imagina Group, United States-based parent of Spanish broadcaster MediaPro, have been agreed to pay $24 million (£18 million/€20.5 million) to avoid prosecution after admitting charges of corruption.
FIFA ban St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation President for two-years for ticket touting at Brazil 2014
FIFA has banned St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation (SVGFF) President Venold Coombs for two-years and fined him heavily after finding him guilty on corruption charges.
There have been plenty of surprises during this FIFA World Cup so far - but Vladimir Putin and Russia using the tournament to earn political capital is not one of them.