- New FIFA CEO Samoura passes eligibility check to start work Updated: Jun-14-16 6:08 am
ZURICH - The new FIFA panel vetting top officials has passed Fatma Samoura to start work as secretary general.
- End of the old boys club? FIFA moves spur hope for equity Updated: Jun-11-16 8:22 pm
As the drumbeat for gender equity in soccer grows louder with the approach of the Olympics in Rio, there are signs that women's issues are being taken seriously by FIFA.
- Infantino weighs complaint over 'theft' of FIFA recording Updated: Jun-05-16 10:55 am
GENEVA - FIFA President Gianni Infantino claims he could make a criminal complaint over an unauthorized recording of a meeting that revealed comments damaging his reputation.
- The Latest: IOC confirms it has advanced money to Rio Updated: Jun-03-16 6:13 pm
LAUSANNE, Switzerland - The Latest on IOC executive board meetings (all times local):
- Blatter $M bonuses, police raid revealed in FIFA turmoil Updated: Jun-03-16 5:46 pm
GENEVA - Sepp Blatter's $12 million bonus from the 2014 World Cup and yet another police raid for evidence of financial crimes at FIFA revealed the turmoil at soccer's world body was far from over.
- The Latest: Blatter says FIFA payments were fair Updated: Jun-03-16 12:10 pm
ZURICH - The Latest on the FIFA investigation (all times local):
- Olympic refugee team to be 'symbol of hope' in Rio Updated: Jun-03-16 11:07 am
LAUSANNE, Switzerland - Ten refugee athletes from Africa and the Middle East were selected Friday to compete under the Olympic flag at the Rio de Janeiro Games in what the IOC said represents a "symbol of hope" for migrants and refugees around the world.
- Australia's A-League to trial video replays in matches Updated: Jun-03-16 12:52 am
SYDNEY - Football Federation Australia will trial video replays in the A-League after being one of six countries approved by FIFA to run offline experiments.
- Ex-FIFA adviser: Scala exit damages reform at soccer body Updated: Jun-02-16 7:35 am
GENEVA - The departure of FIFA audit panel chairman Domenico Scala in a dispute with President Gianni Infantino will hurt efforts to reform the scandal-hit soccer body, former anti-corruption adviser Michael Hershman said Thursday.
- Putin, Infantino say Russia is on track for 2018 World Cup Updated: Jun-01-16 3:12 pm
MOSCOW - Stadium construction for the 2018 World Cup is on schedule, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday, contradicting recent reports of delays and cost increases.
- New FIFA official Fatma Samoura arrives in Zurich Updated: May-30-16 12:20 pm
ZURICH - FIFA's new top administrator, United Nations official Fatma Samoura, has met staff in Zurich for the first time and will start work on June 20.