FAI chief executive John Delaney. Photograph: Inpho

There are a fair few moments recalled in David Conn’s remarkable book on football’s governing body The Fall Of The House of Fifa that you find yoursel(...)

Spanish football chief Ángel María Villar has quit his roles with Fifa and Uefa following his arrest on alleged corruption charges. Photograph: Javier Soriano/AFP

Spanish football chief Ángel María Villar Llona has quit as first vice-president of Uefa following last week’s arrest in Spain on alleged corruption c(...)

 Slovenian football boss and nominee for president of Uefa Aleksandar Ceferin. He is the favourite to win the vote.  Photograph: Ale Beno/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

To some, he will resemble a ghost at the feast – a reminder to football’s twisted and dysfunctional family of the sins of their fathers. But for many (...)

Michel Platini Platini says he still intends to stand for the Fifa presidency but opinion towards him is hardening among some on the Uefa executive committee.

Uefa’s members are split going into today’s meeting over the future of Michel Platini in Nyon, with some already considering a plan B that would invo(...)

Fifa’s head of security has called for an investigation into claims Mohamed bin Hammam made a vote-trading pact to aid Qatar’s World Cup bid. Photograph: Getty

Fifa’s head of security during the controversial race to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups has called for an investigation into claims Mohamed bin Ham(...)

Dr Michel D’Hooghe: ‘I have been in football for 42 years and 26 on the executive committee, but this is the hardest period of my life. You are just considered like a murderer.’ Photograph:  Stuart Franklin /   Getty Images

Long-serving Fifa administrator Michel D’Hooghe claims he is being treated “like a murderer” as he is investigated as part of the World Cup anti-corr(...)

 Fifa president Sepp Blatter waves to the crowd at a ground breaking ceremony for a national team training centre in  Manila, Philippines. Photograph: Dennis M Sabangan/EPA

Russia, Qatar and England have all been accused of breaking Fifa rules during the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups in a document publi(...)