The Qatar 2022 organising committee claims Bin Hammam, who was banned from football after bribing officials in a 2011 bid to unseat Blatter as Fifa president, had nothing to do with their bid

Senior Fifa figures are seriously considering the ramifications of ordering a rerun of the vote for the right to stage the 2022 World Cup, after new (...)

Mohamed Bin Hammam with Sepp Blatter in Qatar in 2010. Photograph: Mohammed Dabbous/Reuters

A former top Qatari football official reportedly paid $5 million (€3.6 million) to get support for the emirate’s campaign to host the 2022 World Cup. (...)

Fifa president Sepp Blatter: “Yes it was a mistake [but] you know,  one makes lots of mistakes. Photograph: PA

French and German government officials went through the motions yesterday of rejecting Sepp Blatter’s suggestion that it had been the interest of b(...)

Uefa president Michel Platini. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

Uefa president Michel Platini says he would condemn any possible attempt to block Fifa’s ethics chief’s investigation into the bidding for the(...)

Sepp Blatter has been president of Fifa since 1998.

The Fifa president, Sepp Blatter, has refused to speculate on whether Qatar could be stripped of the World Cup over a new round of bribery allegati(...)

The Fifa  World Cup trophy  at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. Photograph: Koen van Weel/EPA

Fifa’s chief investigator Michael Garcia is to interview all the remaining members of the executive committee who took part in the controversi(...)

Jack Warner: describes the furore over Daily Telegraph revelations as “foolishness”.

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner might have a point when, as he did yesterday, he describes the furore regarding the emergence of documen(...)

Former Fifa vice-president   Jack Warner. Photograph: Luis Acosta/AFP/Getty Images

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has dismissed the latest allegations against him as “foolishness” and insists there is a “witch hunt” a(...)

Former Fifa executive committee member Jack Warner. Photograph: Fernando Nunez/Getty Images

World football’s governing body Fifa is likely to face renewed pressure over the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar, following publi(...)

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner (far left) resigned as Trinidad and Tobago's national security minister on Sunday  after an emergency cabinet meeting at the private residence of prime minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar. Photograph:   Andrea De Silva/Reuters

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner and serving Fifa executive committee member Chuck Blazer face possible legal action from soccer's rulin(...)