FIFA Presidential candidate Gianni Infantino's idea to hold World Cups across entire regions has been criticised by Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko.
David Owen: Infantino’s manifesto and why he must convince FIFA voters he would not simply be UEFA’s man in Zurich
The FIFA Presidential election hotted up a tad over recent days, with a contretemps in Kigali involving the two Asian candidates, Shaikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa and Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, and publication of UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino’s manifesto.
The wave of Chinese investment in world football has reached Europe’s premier national team competition.
Banned UEFA President Michel Platini has given up his bid to replace Sepp Blatter as President of FIFA, according to reports.
Jersey will reportedly launch a bid to become part of European football's governing body UEFA in order to be able to play international matches.
Platini told by FIFA he cannot take appeal against eight-year suspension straight to Court of Arbitration for Sport
Michel Platini's already slim chances of being able to take part in the election to become the next President of FIFA appear to have been ended after he was told he cannot appeal against his eight-year suspension directly to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Holders Spain have been handed a challenging start to UEFA Euro 2016 as they will begin their pursuit of a third straight title with matches against Croatia, Czech Republic and Turkey, following the group stage draw at the Palais des Congres in Paris.
Michel Platini has failed in a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) bid to have his 90-day ban from football lifted - although FIFA will not be allowed to extend his suspension.
International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) officials travelled to Belarus this weekend to conduct training sessions with local blind football players and coaches in a bid to continue the expansion of the sport in Europe.
FIFA Presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa says he will "assess the situation" if fellow hopeful Michel Platini's ban is lifted.
UEFA confirm Euro 2016 to remain in France as Bach claims Paris 2024 will not be affected by terrorist attack
European football’s governing body UEFA have confirmed the Euro 2016 will go ahead in France despite deadly attacks in the country’s capital Paris last Friday (November 13).
Euro 2016 President Jacques Lambert insists the finals in France should not be cancelled in the wake of the deadly attacks in Paris, claiming it would "play into the hands of terrorists".
UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino has said he will withdraw from the FIFA Presidential race if Michel Platini, the suspended head of European football's governing body, is allowed to stand.
Former FIFA Presidential candidate Luis Figo has today backed UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino in the race for the top job at world football’s governing body.
Europe's football governing body UEFA have vowed to "stand fully behind" their President Michel Platini despite him being handed a 90 day suspension from "all football related activity".