North and South Korea – who are still technically at war – remain in the running to host the FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup.
Former Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) President Jose Maria Marin has been banned from football for life, FIFA have announced.
France were crowned winners of the inaugural FIFA eNations Cup after beating Argentina in the final in London.
It was a strong opening day for England at the first edition of the FIFA eNations Cup in London, as Argentina and Brazil secured places in the knockout stage.
FIFA President Infantino vows to continue fight against racism after Amiens captain Gouano receives reported abuse
President Gianni Infantino insisted FIFA would "do everything in our power" to stamp out racism in football amid recent high-profile incidents.
Some 40 players from 20 countries are set to contest the first edition of the FIFA eNations Cup in London.
Portugal national team spokesman Onofre Costa has been appointed to replace Fabrice Jouhaud as head of communications at FIFA.
England have climbed from fourth to third in the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) women's world rankings following their victory in this month's SheBelieves Cup.
World football’s governing body FIFA has topped the 2019 #SportOnSocial rankings table, climbing nine places from 2018.
The winners of this year's Women’s World Cup in France will get prize money of $4 million (£3 million/€3.5 million), just over one-tenth of the $38 million (£28.8 million/€33.5 million) which the French team received for winning last year's men's tournament.
FIFA Council member Mahfuza Akhter Kiron has been granted bail in Bangladesh after her arrest for allegedly defaming the country's Prime Minister.
Joint bid from North and South Korea in offing as FIFA receives record level of interest for hosting Women’s World Cup in 2023
FIFA has received a record nine expressions of interest in hosting the Women’s World Cup in 2023 with a joint effort from North and South Korea among them.
FIFA has told insidethegames it is "concerned" about the arrest of Council member Mahfuza Akhter Kiron in Bangladesh, after she was detained for allegedly defaming the country’s Prime Minister.
FIFA's bosses received aggregate remuneration of a combined $4.12 million (£3.1 million/€3.63 million) in 2018, according to a newly-published governance report from the world football governing body.
Amnesty International calls for "immediate and unconditional release" of FIFA Council member arrested in Bangladesh
Human rights organisation Amnesty International has called on the Bangladeshi authorities to release FIFA Council member Mahfuza Akhter Kiron after she was arrested for allegedly defaming the country’s Prime Minister.