This year’s Club World Cup in Qatar could be delayed or scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic, FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said.
FIFA has been able to support the game through the coronavirus crisis because “the money doesn’t disappear anymore”, president Gianni Infantino has said.
Football around the world will lose out on almost £11billion in revenue because of the coronavirus pandemic, world governing body FIFA estimates.
World governing body FIFA has approved an app designed to help professional players report match-fixing approaches.
An esports team backed by David Beckham plans to sell shares on the open market in London in a bid to raise cash to attract new players.
Michel Platini has been questioned at Switzerland’s federal prosecution office about a 2 million dollar (£1.5 million) payment he received from Fifa in 2011.
FIFA’s ethics committee has cleared president Gianni Infantino of breaching the governing body’s regulations after a preliminary investigation.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has told national association bosses he hopes “the facts emerge” around who made the anonymous complaints which have led to the opening of a criminal investigation against him.
FIFA says its president Gianni Infantino would “respect” any decision made by its ethics committee, even if it chose to suspend him pending an investigation into meetings he held with the Swiss attorney general.
Four matches will be played each day during the group stage of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, FIFA has announced.
Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City deserve an apology after successfully overturning their European ban.
Former Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Shaka Hislop has accused UEFA and FIFA of being more concerned with finances than tackling racism after two Premier League footballers spoke out against online abuse.
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.
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.
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.
An African football team are appealing to Aberdeen residents to help them compete in a competition.
Aberdeen’s Kari Arnason has become the joint highest rated player in the Scottish Premiership on FIFA 18’s Ultimate Team.
From a shirt that used to be owned by a Pope to a Scotland away strip from 1996 - one Aberdeen man has spent years collecting football tops from around the world.
Football's governing body Fifa has pushed through plans to expand the World Cup to 48 teams.
The SFA have said they are "disappointed" by Fifa’s decision to punish the home nations for wearing poppies in last month’s internationals.
Scotland and England have been fined for wearing poppies on their shirts in last month's World Cup qualifier.