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FIFA: International governing body of association football
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association is a non-profit organization which describes itself as an international governing body of association football, fútsal, beach soccer, and efootball. It is the highest governing body of football.

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Wendie Renard loses Fifa trophy on a train and appeals for its return

Wendie Renard leaves a bag containing two trophies on a train and the Fifa trophy is missing when the bag is returned to her.
BBC News - Published

Fifa forced to change stadium for Club World Cup final

Fifa is forced to change the venue for the final of the Club World Cup in Qatar because the stadium where it was due to be held is not yet signed off.
BBC News - Published

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FIFA report reveals record spending on players [Video]FIFA report reveals record spending on players

FIFA's Global Transfer Market Report reveals spending in men’s soccer reached a new high of $7.35 billion in 2019, with transfers across the women's game also on the rise. Adam Reed reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:36Published

Bach says e-sports should be considered for future Olympics [Video]Bach says e-sports should be considered for future Olympics

IOC President Thomas Bach says e-sports should be considered for future Olympics, FIFA's Infantino voted into IOC

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:16Published

Club World Cup must be best competition in world, says Infantino [Video]Club World Cup must be best competition in world, says Infantino

FIFA boss is pressing forward with expansion plan, looks to shake up world football

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 03:34Published

Stand-in manager proud of Liverpool kids after 5-0 loss at Villa [Video]Stand-in manager proud of Liverpool kids after 5-0 loss at Villa

Neil Critchley says he is "incredibly proud" of his side's performance against Aston Villa.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:02Published

Russia banned for four years confirms WADA president Reedie [Video]Russia banned for four years confirms WADA president Reedie

The World Anti-Doping Agency confirms that Russia is banned for the next four years from the world's top sporting events including Olympics and the World Cup following doping irregularities.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 03:10Published

Lampard still wants more from squad after transfer ban reduced [Video]Lampard still wants more from squad after transfer ban reduced

Frank Lampard wants more from Chelsea who he feels should have more points to their name.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 00:39Published

FIFA's Infantino proposed as IOC member, but not Coe - Bach [Video]FIFA's Infantino proposed as IOC member, but not Coe - Bach

Sebastian Coe's conflict of interests means he will have to wait to join the International Olympic Committee, says President Thomas Bach.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:12Published

 

Chelsea accuse Fifa of double standards over transfer ban

Chelsea say Fifa treated them more harshly than Premier League rivals Manchester City after their transfer ban is reduced on appeal.
BBC News - Published

Chelsea transfer ban reduced after appeal to Court of Arbitration for Sport

Chelsea can sign players in January after having their Fifa transfer ban reduced following an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
BBC News - Published

Arsene Wenger: Fifa appoints former Arsenal manager to senior role

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger agrees to become Fifa's new chief of global football development.
BBC News - Published

Emiliano Sala: Cardiff City face Fifa transfer ban over fee dispute

Fifa tell Cardiff City they face a ban on signing players for three transfer windows in the dispute over the transfer of striker Emiliano Sala.
BBC News - Published

Soccer body FIFA may extend punishments globally after racism at Bulgaria-England match

Soccer body FIFA on Tuesday said it may extend punishments globally after racist incidents, including monkey chants directed at black players, marred a match between Bulgaria and England.
Reuters - Published

'This is a moment for real change' - Fifa 'firm' over women being allowed to watch games in Iran

Fifa says it is "firm and committed" over women's access to football matches in Iran despite claims quicker action could have saved the life of an activist.
BBC News - Published

Egyptian FA tries to defuse Salah row after 'missing' Fifa votes

The Egyptian Football Association writes to Fifa for clarification of its votes in the Best Fifa Awards as Mohamed Salah removes Egypt from Twitter profile.
BBC News - Published

Swiss AG Lauber, under cloud of FIFA scandal, elected to third term

The Swiss parliament on Wednesday approved Attorney General Michael Lauber for a third term, opting for continuity despite impending disciplinary proceedings over his handling of a soccer corruption..
Reuters - Published

Swiss parliament re-elects attorney general Lauber amid FIFA scandal

The Swiss parliament on Wednesday approved Attorney General Michael Lauber for a third term, opting for continuity despite disciplinary proceedings against him triggered by his handling of a soccer..
Reuters - Published

Megan Rapinoe calls on footballers to change the world at Fifa awards

US star Megan Rapinoe has called on footballers to tackle racism and sexism after winning Fifa's top award.
BBC News - Published

Liverpool manager Klopp wins Fifa coach of year award

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp wins the men's coach of the year at the Best Fifa Football Awards in Milan.
BBC News - Published

Best Fifa Football Awards: Lucy Bronze, Megan Rapinoe or Alex Morgan?

Fifa will name its women's player of the year on Monday - we assess who out of finalists Lucy Bronze, Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan should win the award.
BBC News - Published

Fifa 'assured' Iranian women will be able to attend football matches

Fifa says it received assurances from Iranian authorities, after the death of a woman this month.
BBC News - Published

Exclusive: FIFA officials to visit Iran after death of 'Blue Girl'

FIFA officials will visit Iran, following the death of a female fan who set herself on fire in protest at her arrest for attending a match, world soccer's governing body told Reuters on Wednesday.
Reuters - Published

Iranian women allowed to watch World Cup qualifier in stadium: official

Iranian women fans will be allowed to attend a men's soccer World Cub qualifying match in the Islamic Republic in October, the official IRNA news agency quoted a Sports Ministry official as saying on..
Reuters - Published

QPR: Fifa 'would look into' Under-18 racism allegations if complaint is made

Fifa say they will investigate allegations of racist abuse suffered by QPR's under-18 players if they receive a complaint.
BBC News - Published

Manchester City fined but avoid transfer ban for breaching Fifa rules on under-18 signings

Manchester City are fined but avoid a transfer ban after admitting breaching Fifa rules on signing youth players.
BBC News - Published

Fifa eWorld Cup: Mohammed 'MoAuba' Harkous crowned 2019 champion

Mohammed 'MoAuba' Harkous wins the 2019 Fifa eWorld Cup after beating Saudi Arabia's reigning champion Mosaad 'Msdossary' Aldossary.
BBC News - Published

England women drop to fifth in rankings as United States stay top

England women fall two places to fifth in the Fifa rankings despite reaching the semi-finals of this summer's World Cup.
BBC News - Published

'The kids emptied our bank account playing Fifa'

Fifa players are purchased in packs but it's impossible to see who is in the pack before payment is made.
BBC News - Published

Landmark women's World Cup set to be game-changer

As the United States began celebrating their World Cup win over the Netherlands on Sunday, FIFA president Gianni Infantino strode out on to the field with French president Emmanuel Macron.
Reuters - Published

FIFA boss and Macron booed at World Cup final ceremony

The crowd at the women's World Cup final booed FIFA chief Gianni Infantino and French president Emmanuel Macron as United States fans demanded equal pay for the players after their team claimed a..
Reuters - Published

Women's World Cup 2019: USA's Megan Rapinoe says Fifa showing women's football 'lack of respect'

United States captain Megan Rapinoe says she does not think women's football gets enough respect from Fifa.
BBC News - Published

Women's World Cup: Fifa wants to increase teams & double prize money

Fifa wants to increase the Women's World Cup to 32 teams, double its prize money and introduce a women's Club World Cup.
BBC News - Published

Blatter starts legal action against Fifa over 60 watches and 'moral damage'

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter begins legal proceedings against football's world governing body for "moral damage" and to reclaim around 60 of his watches he says are still in its possession.
BBC News - Published

Women's World Cup not an experiment for new laws, says Pierluigi Collina

The Women's World Cup is not "an experiment" for new laws, says Fifa's head of referees Pierluigi Collina.
BBC News - Published

Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon over England match

Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon for team misconduct, offensive behaviour and fair play breaches during the Women's World Cup loss to England.
BBC News - Published

Women's World Cup: Fifa to look into Cameroon behaviour in England defeat

women's world cup: fifa to look into cameroon behaviour in england defeat
Fifa says it is "currently looking into" Cameroon's behaviour during their Women's World Cup defeat by England.
BBC News - Published

Women's World Cup 2019: Carli Lloyd's incredible halfway line goal from 2015 final

women's world cup 2019: carli lloyd's incredible halfway line goal from 2015 final
BBC Sport looks back at the 2015 Women's World Cup final, when Carli Lloyd scored from the halfway line - a goal which was nominated for Fifa's Puskas award.
BBC News - Published

Liverpool to play Club World Cup in Qatar in December

liverpool to play club world cup in qatar in december
Liverpool will travel to Qatar in December to compete at Fifa's Club World Cup after the Gulf state was named as the new host.
BBC News - Published

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