Australia, New Zealand to co-host 2023 FIFA women’s world cup
Australia and New Zealand will host the 2023 Women’s World Cup in 2023 after a vote undertaken during a video conference of world federation FIFA’s governing council.
FIFA approves $1.5 billion coronavirus relief fund for world football
FIFA is to make available $1.5 billion in grants and loans as a relief fund to help associations impacted by the coronavirus, world football's governing body announced
FIFA plans football match for fight against coronavirus
FIFA will organise a charity football match to raise funds for the battle against the coronavirus...
FIFA's Infantino suspected of intervening to stop probe
FIFA president Gianni Infantino is suspected of having intervened with Switzerland's attorney general to try to get an investigation dropped, a Swiss newspaper alleged on Monday.
FIFA's Infantino says 'nobody knows' when football can resume
FIFA boss Gianni Infantino admitted Thursday that "nobody knows" when football can resume around the world, and that when it returned it was "going to be different".
Infantino suggests player contracts, transfer windows be changed
Current contracts for players and coaches should be extended until the end of the delayed domestic football seasons, according to an internal Fifa document presented to its Coronavirus Working Group, reports Reuters.
Infantino offers to move Club World Cup to accommodate Euro in 2021
FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Tuesday proposed delaying next year's revamped 24-team Club World Cup in China after UEFA postponed the European Championship until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Infantino wants AFCON to hold every four years
FIFA boss, Gianni Infantino told African football leaders on Saturday that he wants their continental Cup of Nations to be played every four years as part of a package of reforms
Infantino reveals plans for new FIFA Club World Cup
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has revealed that world football’s governing body has had nine offers to buy the commercial rights to the Club World Cup, which he is hoping to make the “best club tournament in the world,” reports insidethegames.biz.