2010 World Cup news
The Montreal Impact and Major League Soccer have filed a complaint with police after captain Davy Arnaud received death threats on Twitter.
Brazilian police are investigating after Spanish national football team players were robbed at their hotel in the northern city of Recife
The South African government will set up an investigation into allegations of match-fixing ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
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.
FIFA has suspended executive committee member Vernon Manilal Fernando while investigating corruption allegations in soccer.
Former Brazil great Romario says he is gathering signatures among other members of the country's congress to investigate alleged corruption at the nation's soccer federation.
Former FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed bin Hammam faces more disciplinary charges after the governing body's ethics prosecutor finished investigating his financial affairs.
A judicial inquiry into allegations of corruption and match-fixing in Zimbabwean soccer says 93 players and officials implicated in the Asiagate scandal will be banned from the game.
UEFA steps up probes