The United States would struggle to win a bid to host the 2026 World Cup should U.S. President Donald Trump succeed in imposing a travel ban, says UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin.
Ceferin, who heads up the sport's governing body in Europe and also serves as a FIFA vice president, said any measures that would stop players, fans or journalists from attending such an event would put any bid at risk.
The United States, Canada and Mexico have begun informal talks about making a three-way bid to host...
FIFA president Gianni Infantino marks one year in office on Feb. 26, having taken the helm during one of the most traumatic periods in the organisation's history.
Following the arrests of some of its most senior figures, the resignation of former president Sepp Blatter and with on-going corruption inquiries, Infantino has spent the past 12 months attempting to fulfill his promise to overhaul FIFA and restore its reputation.
Here we take a look at five things that he has done to help make that happen...
SAINT-ETIENNE, France -- Former UEFA president Michel Platini has returned to a football stadium for the first time since being handed a four-year suspension in 2016.
The France great watched from the stands as Saint-Etienne were knocked out of the Europa League by Manchester United on Wednesday.
Platini, who played for Saint-Etienne from 1979-82, is suspended from football-related activities for conflict of interest over a $2 million payment he received in 2011 from FIFA.
Platini did not go to...
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said the 2026 World Cup could be co-hosted by three or four countries using four or five grounds each.
Speaking during a visit to 2022 hosts Qatar, he said the move would be "in line with our sustainability and legacy policies."
"We will encourage co-hosting for the World Cup because we need FIFA to show we are reasonable and we have to think about sustainability long-term," he added.
"It is perfectly in line with our sustainability and legacy [policies] to maybe...
Diego Maradona has been given an ambassador role by FIFA.
Maradona, 56, led Argentina to a World Cup title in 1986 but has been a harsh critic of of the game's governing body over the years.
However, the former Boca Juniors and Barcelona man announced his new role with the organisation via his Facebook page on Thursday.
"Now it's official," Maradona said on his account. "Finally I can fulfill one of the lifelong dreams; to work for a clean and transparent FIFA alongside people who really love football."