A new FIFA taskforce exploring the possibility of revamping the Club World Cup and creating a global Nations League has held its first meeting in Paris.
Infantino dismisses claims Copa Libertadores final incident will affect joint South American World Cup bid
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has dismissed claims the debacle surrounding the Copa Libertadores final will have a negative impact on a joint South American bid for the 2030 World Cup as he rejected suggestions of interference in the decision to postpone the second leg.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has claimed football can help solve many of the world’s problems during an address to the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires.
Former President of the São Toméan Football Association Manuel Dende has been given a four-year ban from FIFA's Ethics Committee for bribery and corruption.
Having twice as many FIFA World Cups is one of those ideas, like starting a European Superleague or replacing the one dollar bill, which seems to come around time and again.
Football’s world governing body FIFA and EA Sports have today unveiled today the FIFA 19 Global Series Rankings - a dedicated world rankings platform for eFootball.
The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) has tabled a proposal for FIFA to stage the World Cup every two years instead of four, the President of the continental body Alejandro Domínguez has revealed.
Leaked documents claim FIFA ethics judge blocked potential McLaren investigation into doping in Russian football
FIFA's willingness to investigate doping in Russian football has again been questioned after leaked documents showed an apparent attempt to stonewall a potential probe into the allegations by Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren.
Oceania Football Confederation backs Infantino for re-election as Blatter calls for investigation into FIFA President
The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has formally declared its backing for Gianni Infantino to be re-elected FIFA President next year but Swiss' predecessor Sepp Blatter claimed the Ethics Committee should open an investigation into his conduct.
Mutko return as President of Russian Football Union confirmed after attendance at meeting to endorse Infantino re-election
Vitaly Mutko has taken part in a meeting to back Gianni Infantino’s campaign to be re-elected as President of FIFA in what appears to confirm his return to the position of the head of the Russian Football Union (RFU).
FIFA has failed with its bid to recoup $28 million (£22 million/€24.5 million) in compensation from two former high-ranking officials who were jailed for their role in the widespread corruption scandal.
Quarter-final line-up decided as Spain and Germany register emphatic wins at FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup
Spain, Germany, North Korea and Canada secured their spots in the FIFA under-17 Women’s World Cup quarter-finals as the European teams kept clean sheets in dramatic wins in Uruguay.
FIFA Ethics Committee judge Sundra Rajoo has been suspended after being arrested following allegations of corruption in Malaysia.
The prospect of an international club "Super League" has been the talk of football again in the last few days, but those who take part have been threatened with a World Cup ban.
Defending champions North Korea suffered a 4-1 defeat to Germany as action began in Group C and D at the FIFA under-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay.