A file image of Fifa president Sepp Blatter.  Photograph: PA

Four of Fifa’s leading sponsors – Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Visa and Budweiser – have demanded that its embattled president, Sepp Blatter, step down imm(...)

Michel Platini’s two million Swiss Franc payment from Fifa is the subject of criminal proceedings involving Sepp Blatter (left), with Platini’s status described by the Swiss attorney general as “in between a witness and accused person”. Photograph: Michael Buholzer/AFP photo

When, two summers ago, the magazine So Foot wished to mark its 10th anniversary, it devoted an issue to the great No 10s. Zico, Scifo, Zidane, Zola, R(...)

Leading Fifa sponsors Coca-Cola and McDonald’s have demanded Sepp Blatter’s resignation. Photograph: Afp

Two of Fifa’s leading sponsors, Coca-Cola and McDonald’s, have demanded that the president, Sepp Blatter, step down immediately in the face of an ongo(...)

The Swiss attorney general has announced criminal proceedings have been opened against Fifa president Sepp Blatter. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA

Fifa president Sepp Blatter spent much of Friday underground. Starting at 9am, Blatter and a few dozen other top executives were ensconced in an isol(...)

Fifa vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan has announced that he will run again for the Fifa presidency. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan is back in the race to be elected Fifa president having declared his candidacy on Wednesday four months after los(...)

Prince Ali of Jordan has claimed he can win the Fifa presidency but is yet to decide if he will stand. Photograph: Reuters

Prince Ali of Jordan has claimed he can win the Fifa presidency — but refused to say whether he will stand in next year’s election. Ali lost against S(...)

Fifa president Sepp Blatter and the favourite to replace him, Michel Platini. Photograph: Getty Images

Fifa confirmed on Monday that they will investigate the alleged distribution from their headquarters of an anonymous heavily critical ‘dossier’ on Uef(...)

 Chung Moon-Joon:  “Mr Platini enjoys institutional support from the current structure of Fifa. Mr Platini is very much a product of the current system.” Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty

Chung Mong-joon, one of the most influential figures in Asian football, has ridiculed Sepp Blatter after announcing that he will enter the race to rep(...)

UEFA president Michel Platini wants to succeed Sepp Blatter (left) as the head of Fifa. Photograph: Marcus Brandt/EPA

Michel Platini has been given the firm backing of the English Football Association after formally declaring he is to run for the Fifa presidency. The(...)

Michel Platini is going to stand for the role of Fifa president. Photograph: Afp

"Wednesday 29 July 2015 I am standing for the Fifa presidency. I wanted you, the leaders of your national football association, to be the f(...)