FIFA has unveiled the official emblem of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Premier League clubs look set to reverse their 2017 decision to shut the summer transfer window at the start of new season and fall in line with rest of Europe once more.
Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk will renew his rivalry with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo after being shortlisted alongside the two greats in The Best FIFA Football Awards.
Crystal Palace midfielder Andros Townsend has been nominated for FIFA’s 2019 Puskas Award.
The Andalusian Football Association (RFAF) has opened an investigation into the allegations of racist abuse directed towards QPR’s under-18 players during a friendly match in Spain.
FIFA will investigate any allegations of racist abuse directed towards QPR’s under-18 players should a complaint be lodged, the world governing body has confirmed.
England boss Phil Neville feels the new handball law has created a “minefield”.
United States co-captain Megan Rapinoe does not believe “many, if any” of the squad would accept an invitation to visit the White House after the World Cup final.
Former England stars Eni Aluko, Kelly Smith and Rachel Yankey are among more than 75 current and former players to sign a global petition calling for female players to be better protected from abuse and harassment.
Head of FIFA’s refereeing department Massimo Busacca accepts the Video Assistant Referee system will “never be perfect” – but believes it has made a positive impact at the Women’s World Cup.
The penalty that knocked Scotland out of the Women’s World Cup on Wednesday would not have been retaken if a Premier League video assistant referee was in charge of the game, England’s top flight has confirmed.
Former England captain Casey Stoney believes the crowds at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France are “disappointing” because FIFA and the local organisers failed to promote the tournament properly.
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FIFA will pay Manchester City a record £3.9million as part of its World Cup profit-sharing deal with clubs, the governing body has announced.
EA Sports does a great job every year of updating the likenesses of footballers in its Fifa titles, but it looks as though one aspect has left a couple of players unhappy.
The new football season is fast approaching and for gamers that also means the next instalment in the hugely popular Fifa series is on the way too.
Dundee United defender Bilel Mohsni could be in line for a £1 million payment if he comes out on top in a dispute with former club Etoile du Sahel.
In reply to ‘BwB Fixit VI’, which was featured on July 29, Dundee fan Mark McDonald gave a detailed response.
Fifa will vote today on plans to expand the World Cup to 48 teams from 2026, in line with the vision of president Gianni Infantino.
England and Scotland players will wear black armbands with poppies on them during their World Cup qualifier despite being warned not to by Fifa.