Fifa president Gianni Infantino:  recognises the increasingly important role of the United States iin world football.   Photo: Joe Giddens/PA Wire.

Last Thursday afternoon the streets of Manhattan were flooded with spring sunshine, but Smithfield Hall NYC on 25th Street was full of people whose ey(...)

A football is seen at the construction site of Al Wakrah stadium in Qatar. Photograph: Naseem Zeitoon/Reuters

Fifa should consider stripping Qatar of the 2022 World Cup if its record on the treatment of migrant workers does not improve within 12 months, accord(...)

Swiss police raided the headquarters of European football body Uefa  following the latest revelations of a web of Panama-based offshore financial dealings by the rich and famous. Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images

Swiss police have raided Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon to seize details of a TV rights contract signed by the Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, followin(...)

  Gianni Infantino is “dismayed” and “will not accept” that his integrity is being doubted

Swiss police have raided Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon to seize details of a contract signed by the Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, following the Pana(...)

Gianno Infantino has been dragged into the Panama Papers affair. Photograph: Epa

MPs and Fifa reform campaigners have called for an urgent investigation into questions raised by a decade old TV rights deal that has dragged the new (...)

The Panama papers leak has dragged president Gianni Infantino into the Fifa corruption scandal. Photograph: Epa

The new head of world football has been caught up in the sport’s corruption scandal because of documents that have been revealed by the Panama Papers (...)

A view of the construction work at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar – workers have suffered human rights abuses two years after the tournament’s organisers drafted worker welfare standards in the wake of criticism, Amnesty International said. Photograph: Naseem Zeitoon/Reuters

Despite five years of growing criticism, Fifa and the Qatari authorities have been accused of ongoing indifference towards systemic abuse and “appalli(...)

Fifa are looking to reclaimtens of million of dollars from indicted former employees. Photograph: PA

Fifa has lodged a claim in the US for tens of millions of dollars in damages and compensation from the indicted former executives who have plunged the(...)

Arsenal’s  chief executive  Ivan Gazidis  shakes hands with Mikel Arteta: Gazidis was among the  chief executives who had met to debate changes to the Champions League. Photograph: David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

The Premier League’s so-called “big five” clubs have admitted meeting to debate changes to the Champions League, amid febrile discussion across Europ(...)

Michel Platini has taken his appeal against his ban from football to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Photograph: PA

Michel Platini has taken his appeal against his ban from football to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Cas announced on Wednesday morning that the (...)