FIFA’s plan to build stadiums in Africa
A report that the world football governing body, FIFA planned to build at least one stadium meeting FIFA standards in every African country underscores a recent index on failure of governance in most parts of Africa.
FIFA to take legal action to recover 2 million Swiss francs from Platini: document
FIFA is to take legal action by the end of the year to force Michel Platini to return two million Swiss francs ($2 million) he received "illegally" during Sepp Blatter's reign at world football's governing body, according to a document seen Wednesday.
Rohr to try new players in Eagles’ next friendly game
Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr has disclosed that he would play more new players in Nigeria’s next international friendly game.
Al Ahly file complaint to FIFA over ‘unacceptable’ officiating errors
Al Ahly have filed a complaint to the FIFA Ethics Committee against Botswanian referee, Joshua Bondo, following their defeat against Etoile du Sahel, reports kingfut.com.
FIFA plans to build standard stadium in every african country, says Infantino
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) President, Gianni Infantino, has stated that the world football’s governing body was planning to raise $1billion to build at least one stadium meeting FIFA standards in every African country.
FIFA's Infantino eyes African league, billion dollar spend on stadia
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Thursday he would like to see an African league created and investment of more than $1 billion (900 million euros) on stadia on the continent.
FIFA Ranking: Nigeria moves by 4 spots, now world 31st
Nigeria’s Super Eagles have moved up by four spots in the November ranking to place 31st on the ranking table. In the ranking table on the website of the world football governing body, FIFA, Nigeria garnered 1493 points as against 1481 points gotten in October. The movement still helped the Super Eagles retain the third…
Football Versus Racism – One match that FIFA could not, but must win
Recent developments around football, especially in Europe, reveal that FIFA may only be playing acting and paying lip service to the issue of racism in football.
FIFA names Arsene Wenger global football development chief
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger returned to football on Wednesday after being named FIFA's chief of global football development, ending any chance of a move to managerless Bayern Munich. FIFA said the former Arsenal and Monaco coach would be responsible for the growth of the game "for both men and women around the world", and…