FIFA is set to open a new office in Paris to serve as a "strategic base for football development activities".
FIFA and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen their collaboration, with the aim of promoting sports integrity and social responsibility while furthering the development of football in the region.
FIFA will explore the possibility of holding the World Cup and Women's World Cup every two years after a proposal from Saudi Arabia was overwhelmingly approved at its 71st Congress.
FIFA will discuss a proposal from Saudi Arabia to hold the World Cup and Women's World Cup every two years at its 71st Congress tomorrow.
A new winner of the UEFA Women’s Champions League will be crowned later today with Barcelona and Chelsea going head-to-head to win the tournament for the first time.
A total of 1,005 players from around the world will receive financial relief from the newly established FIFA Fund for Football Players through its first phase of grants.
FIFA President Infantino hails "significant progress" in reforms to workers’ welfare ahead of Qatar 2022 World Cup
FIFA President Gianni Infantino invited participating member associations and confederations to recognise the "significant progress" made in Qatar during an online discussion of workers’ welfare reforms and broader human rights in connection to the country’s hosting of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Sixty national teams have been entered into the 2021 edition of the FIFAe Nations Cup.
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."
FIFA, UEFA, the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) are among the latest governing bodies to join a four-day boycott of social media to protest against "unacceptable" online abuse.
FIFA has a big decision to make later this year - one that could see Baltimore rid its "underdog" status and become one of the top dogs within United States football.
FIFA has welcomed a decision by the Zurich Labour Court which found the dismissal of former acting secretary general Markus Kattner to be "justified and appropriate".
Former Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) President Ashfaq Hussain Shah, who reportedly led an attack on the association's headquarters in Lahore last month, has claimed he is ready to hold talks with FIFA after the national body was suspended.
World football governing body FIFA doled out not far off $50 million (£36 million/€42 million) of interest-free loans to national associations during the first six months when its COVID-19 relief plan was in operation.
David Owen: Sports bodies must be transparent to a fault when they lend to - and borrow from - one another
Families around the world understand the meaning of the phrase "the bank of mum and dad".