FIFA Permanently Bans Three Officials Implicated in Corruption Scandal

By Liam Morgan | Three officials implicated in the widespread FIFA corruption scandal have been banned from football for life by the Adjudicatory Chamber of...

Referees Given Power to Abandon Matches for Discriminatory Incidents at FIFA World Cup in...

Matches at next year's World Cup in Russia could be abandoned by referees due to racism or other discriminatory incidents, FIFA President Gianni Infantino...

FIFA President Downplays Hooligan Threat at 2018 World Cup in Russia

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has played down the concerns about the threat of hooliganism at next year’s World Cup in Russia, despite numerous incidents...

FIFA Opens Proceedings Against Costa Rica, Guatemala Association Heads

The adjudicatory chamber of FIFA’s independent Ethics Committee, under its chairman Hans-Joachim Eckert, has opened formal adjudicatory proceedings against the former president of the...

Alfa-Bank Unveiled as First “Regional Supporter” for Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup

Russia's largest private commercial bank has been unveiled as the first ever "Regional Supporter" for the 2018 FIFA World Cup by football's world governing...

North American Bid Reveals List of Proposed Cities for 2026 World Cup

A total of 44 cities across the United States, Canada and Mexico are on the list of proposed venues to stage matches at the...

Last Gasp England Joins Belgium, Sweden with FIFA World Cup Wins

By Nick Butler | Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane each scored twice as Belgium and England each enjoyed a winning start to their respective World...

FIFA’s deficit may be $108 million

FIFA’s 2015 deficit may weigh in at $108 million (£77 million/€98 million), $78 million more than the budgeted figure of $30 million, as the...

2006 World Cup Finals Suspicions

Nicknamed “The Kaiser” and long since elevated a shining lights, Franz Beckenbauer was hailed particularly enthusiastically after the 2006 World Cup Finals had turned...

Villar Resigns from FIFA and UEFA Roles Following Arrest

Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) boss Ángel María Villar has resigned from his vice-president roles at FIFA and UEFA after his arrest as part of an anti-corruption...

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