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Worker Fell to Death at Qatar 2022 Stadium after Safety Concerns Raised

Further concerns about roof safety at stadiums being built for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar have been raised following an investigation into...

FIFA Publishes Bid Process Report after Leak to German Media

FIFA has published American lawyer Michael Garcia's report into the bidding processes for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups after the document was leaked...

Human Rights Watch Claims Workers are Being Exploited at Russia 2018 Stadiums

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has claimed that construction workers building stadiums for Russia to host the FIFA 2017 Confederations Cup and 2018 World Cup...

FIFA Monitoring Qatar 2022 Situation as Countries Sever Ties with Nation

FIFA have claimed they are "in regular contact" with the Organizing Committee of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after a number of countries...

Amnesty International Hits FIFA Again as Qatar 2022 Stadium Opens

Amnesty International has claimed that the mistreatment of those working on Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup stadiums is continuing after the newly refurbished Khalifa...

FIFA Knew of Human Rights Claims by Workers at 2018 World Cup Stadium

FIFA has claimed North Korean citizens are no longer working at the construction site for the Saint Petersburg Stadium - but admitted they were...

Joint Asian Bid for 2030 FIFA World Cup Could Include North Korea

Korea Football Association (KFA) President Chung Mong-gyu has claimed that South Korea could co-host the 2030 FIFA World Cup with China, Japan and neighbors...

Carli Lloyd Admits Disappointment at Dodd’s Failed FIFA Council Bid

American star Carli Lloyd has admitted she was disappointed when Australian Moya Dodd failed to secure the Asian Football Confederation's (AFC) seat on the...

Armour: FIFA is Still a Mess, Latest Election Shows

FIFA just can’t help itself. Anyone still holding out hope that soccer’s governing body was sincere about wanting to root out corruption was disabused of...

Infantino Defends FIFA Finances Despite $369 Million Loss in 2016

FIFA President Gianni Infantino defended the organization's financial position after it announced a loss of $369 million for 2016 in April. Speaking in an address...

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