Ronaldo says the battle against racism is everyone’s fight and called on his fellow footballers to use their voice to “scream” about the issue.
A decision is expected within the next 24 hours on whether to allow five substitutes per side in the 2020-21 season.
Liverpool have topped the Premier League table for fees paid to players’ agents for the third successive year, the Football Association has revealed.
European members of the FIFA Council could be set to vote for Colombia to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup on Thursday ahead of Australia and New Zealand’s far superior technical bid.
Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter is the target of a new investigation in Switzerland for suspected criminal mismanagement of a million-dollar payment from football funds.
Football leagues will be allowed to open transfer windows before the current campaign is concluded under new regulations issued by FIFA on Thursday.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for the prospect of salary and transfer fee caps to be discussed at all levels of the game.
FIFA has warned that football will be “very different” until a Covid-19 vaccine is found.
The Premier League took the next step on Project Restart on Monday as the Scottish Premiership called time on its own campaign and the Football Association prepared the ground to curtail the Women’s Super League season.
A charity match is being organised by football’s world governing body FIFA to raise funds in the fight against Covid-19.
The Football Association has challenged FIFA’s verdict in relation to Chelsea’s transfer ban, with their appeal to be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport next month.
Football’s cautious return from the coronavirus pandemic will be subject to strict health and safety regulations while world governing body FIFA has announced a unique step to protect player welfare.
Football’s lawmakers have approved a temporary rule change that will allow each side up to five substitutes per match while opening up the prospect for the controversial video assistant referee system to be suspended.
UEFA medical chief Professor Tim Meyer has said it is “definitely possible” to plan for the suspended 2019-20 season to restart, a day after his FIFA counterpart warned against resuming play before September.
A blanket ban on sporting events in France until September has prematurely ended the Ligue 1 season and placed the immediate future of the Tour de France and Top 14 in doubt as sport continues to contend with coronavirus.
FIFA is refusing to give up on resolving a corruption case relating to Germany’s successful 2006 World Cup bid, despite a trial in Switzerland ending due to a statute of limitations.
FIFA medical chief Michel D’Hooghe has warned against a return to football before September while World Athletics has launched a fund to support athletes experiencing financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic.
A decision on whether to allow teams to make up to five substitutions in a match will be made by the game’s lawmakers by early next week at the latest.
Coventry City players have agreed wage deferrals while World Athletics has launched a fund to support athletes experiencing financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic.
Yellow cards should be handed out to players who spit on the field when football resumes, a FIFA council member has said.
Teams will be able to make up to five substitutes under a new proposal from FIFA to help cope with the return to action amid the coronavirus pandemic, the world governing body has stated.
FIFA is releasing around 150 million US dollars (£121million) to its national associations whose finances have been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
FIFA has confirmed that investment worth 1billion US dollars (£804million) in women’s football will go ahead despite the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
David Beckham, Harry Kane and Harry Maguire are part of a FIFA campaign showing appreciation for healthcare workers and other professionals around the world leading the fight against coronavirus.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has called for Fifa to rescue world football amid the coronavirus crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a raft of questions as to what the future holds for this season and whether it can be completed.
A mural has been spray-painted on an Aberdeen building to celebrate women in sport.
Discussions focused on several areas aimed at fine-tuning the laws for the benefit of the game in the 2019/20 season, as well as an assessment of the use of Video Assistant Referees (VARs).
The latest edition of the hugely-popular football game FIFA 19 has hit the shelves – but the bizarre appearance of some Dons players has raised eyebrows.
Aberdeen's Dyce Boys Club have landed a six-figure windfall from old boy Stuart Armstrong's £8 million move to English Premier League Southampton.