FIFA President Gianni Infantino says the organisation is still trying to get its money back despite a fraud trial over a CFH10 million (£8.3 million/$10.3 million/€9.5 million) payment in relation to the 2006 World Cup collapsing.
Uzbekistan has entered the race to host the 2027 Asian Cup with five bidders now confirmed for the men's football tournament.
The Football Association (FA) has announced it is making 124 positions redundant as it battles the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former FIFA deputy secretary general Markus Kattner has been banned from football for 10 years after being found guilty of conflicts of interest and abusing his position.
The Africa Cup of Nations has been postponed to January 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
FIFA is now budgeting for this year’s revenues to come in at little more than half of its original projections, as a consequence of coronavirus.
A new exhibition dedicated to football’s technology and competitions called "The Virtual Pitch" is to be launched next month at the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich.
Serbian footballer and manager Ilija Petković has passed away after contracting coronavirus aged 74.
Former UEFA President Michel Platini has been formally placed under investigation in Switzerland in relation to a $2 million (£1.62 million/€1.78 million) payment he received from FIFA in 2011.
FIFA has given the Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) just days to ensure its statutes fully comply with the international governing body's requirements.
English football legend David Beckham has announced the launch of his own esports team, aiming to develop young British gamers.
UEFA defends vote for Colombia as AFC President congratulates Australia-New Zealand for winning 2023 Women's World Cup bid
UEFA has defended its decision to vote for Colombia in the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup bid race, as Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa congratulated Australia and New Zealand for winning the hosting rights.
FIFA will raid its well-stocked reserves to finance a COVID-19 relief plan that will make up to $1.5 billion (£1.2 billion/€1.3 billion) available to the wider "football community."
The FIFA Council has approved a $1.5 billion (£1.2 billion/€1.3 billion) plan to help ease financial concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The FIFA Council has announced the approval of updated regulations for the football tournaments at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.