FIFA signs historic MoU with Benin Republic
FIFA yesterday signed a historic memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Benin Republic aimed at promoting the health of the youths of the country through football.
Russia 2018 is best watched World Cup – FIFA
A record audience of more than 3.5 billion people watched this year’s World Cup in Russia, with the final between France and Croatia attracting 1.12 billion viewers, world soccer’s governing body said on Friday.
Falcons to know World Cup opponents today
African champions, Super Falcons of Nigeria will today know their group opponents in next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup holding in France...
Supporters club wants new players in Super Falcons
Osita Okeke, the Chairman of Nigeria Football Supporters Club in South Africa, on Monday called for the injection of new players into the women’s senior national team. Nigeria on Saturday in Accra, Ghana, beat South Africa 4-3 on penalty kicks to win the 11th edition of the African Women Cup of Nations. Okeke told the…
Australia football picks new chairman after FIFA battle
Australia's football governing body elected a new chairman and several board members Monday as it drew a line under its long-running reform battle with FIFA.
FIFA approves Stephen Keshi Stadium for international matches
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick yesterday revealed that world football body, FIFA has approved the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba for international football matches.
FIFA commiserates with NFF over Ameh-Otache’s demise
World football governing body, FIFA has written to commiserate with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) over the demise of former Super Falcons’ star, Ajuma Ameh-Otache, who died on November 10. In a letter addressed to NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, FIFA boss, Gianni Infantino said the world body was sad when it received the news of…
‘FIFA Leaks are weak, have no effect on Africa’s support for Infantino’
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick yesterday dismissed as of no effect the recent Football Leaks in which some hackers have been releasing documents from the private and official emails of members of the FIFA executive.
An evening with Amaju Pinnick
Last Thursday night, Amaju Pinnick was an initial reluctant guest on The Sports Parliament, a weekly television show that I anchor on NTA alongside sports gurus drawn from a pool of 18 members that constitute the parliament. By the time the programme ended at midnight, he had become a happier man. Unknown to him, the…