The former head of the Spanish football association resigned following an unsolicited kiss to footballer Jenni Hermoso after the Women's World Cup final.
Jenni Hermoso has said that a kiss on the lips from Spanish federation head Luis Rubiales at the World Cup was not consensual. Dozens of players have said they won't represent Spain until Rubiales is removed.
Of all the teams that are played in the semifinal of the FIFA women's World Cup only Sweden ever played in the final before in the past. And now they play again in the semifinal against Spain and this is a preview of the game for you.
FIFA said on Friday it is investigating allegations of misconduct involving the Zambia team at the Women's Soccer World Cup, after the Guardian reported coach Bruce Mwape had allegedly rubbed his hands over the chest of one of his players.
Brazilian soccer player Vinicius Junior has agreed to join a new task force to tackle racism in football. The Real Madrid star was recently racially abused during a La Liga match with Valencia.
FIFA had been holding out for more money from several major European free-to-air broadcasters, threatening not to sell broadcast rights to the competition at all. The news comes just weeks before kickoff.
South Korea edged Nigeria in extra-time to seal their spot in the FIFA U/20 Men’s World Cup semi-finals on Sunday in Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino says broadcasters must pay more for women's sport, especially if organisers are being criticised over equal pay.
Todd Boehly is a joke and we might have another Ole Gunnar Solksjaer situation to deal with. There's a lot of weekend action to predict for you and we'll do just that in this episode. Ayomide Sotubo discusses today on The Nutmeg.
The International break is over and the return of club football provides some big games which Ayomide Sotubo previews for you in this new episode of The Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
The Super Eagles fulfilled their promise of revenge against Guinea-Bissau and we will be reviewing the game for you. Ayomide Sotubo dissects what we learned from the two fixtures on this episode of The Nutmeg.
Despite criticism from European members of the soccer ruling body, Infantino was re-elected with no opponent. He had suggested FIFA's achievements under his leadership would keep an industry CEO in the job "forever."