FIFA has announced the postponement of African qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup which had been due to take place in June.
Stefan Keller has been removed from his position as extraordinary federal prosecutor in the investigation into FIFA President Gianni Infantino after a court ruled he could not "guarantee a fair process."
UEFA has confirmed squads for this year’s European Championship will be increased from 23 to 26 players in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
German Football Association (DFB) President Fritz Keller is facing calls to resign after likening first vice-president Rainer Koch to infamous Nazi judge Roland Freisler.
Twitter says online abuse "unrepresentative of overall football conversation" as English football leads social media boycott
Twitter has responded to the three-day boycott of social media by much of British sport and numerous international bodies in protest at online abuse by saying that racist or sexist comments are unrepresentative of "the overall football conversation".
I have unexpectedly become invested in the fortunes of Germany’s curling team this week, as the World Women's Curling Championships began in Calgary.
UEFA has confirmed the Champions League final will be held in Istanbul as planned despite a surge in coronavirus cases forcing Turkey to go into lockdown.
By the time this is published, football clubs across England will already have started their social media blackout in a joint effort to confront discrimination and abuse in sport.
Organisers of the the rearranged Olympic Games in Tokyo have announced the schedule for football tournament following the draw conducted by FIFA last week.
In the final months of 2018, two contrasting views were put forward outlining the battle between the established order of sport governance and commercial entities.
The Football Association (FA) will join the Premier League, the English Football League (EFL), the Professional Footballers' Association, the League Managers Association and other groups in a social media boycott in response to discriminatory abuse players and others connected to the game have received online.
When UEFA announced its intentions to hold the 2020 European Championship across the continent rather than in one or two nations, hosting traditionalists like myself were scratching their heads and calling it a public relations stunt.
Munich has been confirmed as a host city for this year's European Championship, but the UEFA Executive Committee has moved games away from Bilbao and Dublin because it was deemed unlikely that fans would be able to attend.
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has sign an agreement with Dentsu to market its commercial properties exclusively in Japan, and has also announced a partnership with planned Saudi Arabian city Neom.
The European football body UEFA has posted a deficit of €73.9 million (£63.8 million/$88.7 million) for the COVID-hit 2019-2020 financial year.