2014 World Cup qualifying news
Brazilian police are investigating after Spanish national football team players were robbed at their hotel in the northern city of Recife
Theodore Whitmore has resigned as Jamaica's soccer coach amid a World Cup qualifying losing streak.
Football clubs face much tougher penalties for serious racist abuse, including being relegated or having points deducted, FIFA reported on Friday.
The Irish FA says the Los Angeles Galaxy agreed to let forward Robbie Keane play in friendlies against England and Georgia that are not on FIFA fixture dates.
Alex Ferguson was denied a final victory Sunday to cap the most successful managerial career in British football history.
David Beckham is retiring from soccer, ending a career in which he became a global superstar who transcended the sport.
U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati was elected Friday to FIFA's executive committee, defeating Mexican Football President Justino Campeon by one vote.
A top FIFA official says the international football organization will be stepping up security for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil as a result of the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
The South African government will set up an investigation into allegations of match-fixing ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
A Greek professional soccer player has received a five-match ban for giving a Nazi-style salute after a goal last month.
A referee and his two assistants were charged with corruption in Singapore for accepting "free sexual service" in return for fixing an Asian Football Confederation Cup match.
Costa Rica is asking FIFA for a replay of Friday's World Cup qualifier against the United States, won 1-0 by the Americans during a snowstorm in Commerce City, Colo.