Qatar 2022: FIFA admits violation of workers’ standards
06 June 2019 | 12:52 pm
FIFA has for the first time admitted a violation in workers' standards as Qatar prepares for the 2022 World Cup. The revelation comes following an investigative report by German broadcaster WDR.
6 Sep 2019
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has not ruled out leading a national team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
10 Sep 2019
FIFA boss Gianni Infantino met with President Trump at the White House on Monday to discuss preparations for the 2026 World Cup as well as bringing equality to the women's game.
23 Sep 2019
Attention has been focused on Iran since a woman killed herself after being detained for trying to enter a football match. FIFA has been pushing for Iran to lift a 40-year-old ban on women attending matches.
24 Sep 2019
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has beaten Cristiano Ronaldo and Virgil van Dijk to the Best FIFA Men's Player award.
26 Sep 2019
FIFA World Cup 2022: Qatar's plans to keep it cool
20 Nov 2019
FIFA President Gianni Infantino meets with Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado, during a trip to the Central American country to study the possibility of Costa Rica and Panama co-hosting the U20 Women's World Cup. During a press conference, Infantino also said that he "never again" wants to see the corruption scandals that shook the world of football in recent years.
28 Nov 2019
FIFA President Gianni Infantino arrives in Lubumbashi to attend the 80th-anniversary celebrations of the football club Tout Puissant Mazembe.
3 Feb 2020
After effectively taking control of African soccer, FIFA says its mission to speed up reforms on the continent is complete.
Tinubu’s chief security officer Lati Raheem is dead, FIFA to give members $150m of virus relief fund
24 Apr 2020
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Tolulope Arotile’s alleged killer charged with culpable homicide, criminal conspiracy, FIFA extends ban on Haiti football chief over rape and more
20 Aug 2020
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2 Sep 2020
EX-FIFA president Sepp Blatter arrives at the Swiss public prosecutor's office to be heard in the investigation about a payment of 2 million Swiss francs he made to Michel Platini.
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Sudan says troops from neighboring Ethiopia executed seven Sudanese soldiers and one of its civilians, putting the bodies on public show. Relations between the two neighbors have soured over a border dispute.
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Ahead of the annual NATO Summit in Madrid this week, the alliance's chief announced plans to increase the number of its high-readiness forces and bolster its eastern flank.
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A German court has sentenced a 101-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard to five years in prison. The pensioner is the oldest person so far to be charged with being complicit with the war crimes of the Holocaust.
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