1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content

Experts assess labour conditions and workers safety at St Petersburg stadium

The inspection was part of the implementation of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Sustainability Strategy and was the first of its kind.

continue reading »

Cuper: Passion in the air in Egypt

Veteran coach Hector Cuper talks to FIFA.com about his new job shepherding Egypt's national team back to the FIFA World Cup for the first time in over a quarter of a century. continue reading »

Acting Secretary General visits Rwandan memorial site

Acting FIFA Secretary General Markus Kattner visited the Nyamata memorial site in Rwanda on Monday 8 February; a place remembering the 45,000 who lost their lives during the 1994 Genocide. continue reading »

All to play for in France, Italy, Spain

FIFA.com reviews the latest women’s club football action where there were vastly contrasting fortunes for the leading pack in France, Spain and Italy, as well as Republic of Ireland. continue reading »

Statement by Andreas Bantel, the spokesperson of the chairman of the Ad-hoc Electoral Committee

The following statement has been issued by Andreas Bantel following articles raising questions in relation to the nationality of the chairman of the Ad-hoc Electoral Committee continue reading »

When Rene met Roger

Every week in the build-up to Russia 2018, FIFA.com will be highlighting a classic FIFA World Cup image. Our latest photograph features Rene Higuita and Roger Milla conjuring up an iconic moment at Italy 1990.

continue reading »

Invitation to tender: Public Food & Beverage Concessionaire for the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 and 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

FIF wishes to invite tenderers to submit proposals for the FIFA Public Food & Beverage Concession operations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ and FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017.

continue reading »

Hareide: Denmark job an ideal challenge

FIFA.com spoke to Denmark coach Age Harried about taking on his latest challenge, preparation for FIFA World Cup qualifiers, the changes in football over his years in management and much more.

continue reading »

Africans use CHAN to stake their claim

In the CAF tournament for domestic-based players that just concluded in Rwanda, several stars - new and old - emerged as potential difference makers on the road to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. continue reading »

Happy Birthday to you!

No less than six FIFA World Cup stars feature in our weekly birthday round-up, including winners at Switzerland 1954 and Korea/Japan 2002, as well as a 2012 FIFA Club World Cup champion.

continue reading »

New Zealand plotting futsal progress, present and future

FIFA.com looks at the development of futsal in New Zealand, as the country sets its sights on qualifying for Colombia 2016.

continue reading »

Leger ready for lift-off

FIFA.com sat down with starlet Marie-Charlotte Leger, who reflects on winning her first senior cap for France, and looks ahead to Rio 2016 and the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup. 

continue reading »

Gramatica, NFL’s diehard soccer fan

FIFA.com sat down with XXXVII Super Bowl winner Martin Gramatica, who talks about his love of Argentina, Boca Juniors and whether he would swap his Super Bowl ring for a FIFA World Cup medal.

continue reading »

The Week in Quotes

The footballing world’s best sound bites from the past week are featured in FIFA.com’s latest round-up, including a creative free-kick delegation routine in the Australian W-League, honest words from Stuart Holden as he announced his retirement and Diego Simeone as he explained Jackson Martinez's transfer to China PR. continue reading »

Grand Finalists for New York confirmed

With only one seat still to be decided, FIFA.com is proud to reveal the list of Grand Finalists for the New York Grand Final, which takes place from 20-22 March.

continue reading »