Playing the 2022 World Cup in the searing summer heat of Qatar is "not rational and reasonable," FIFA president Sepp Blatter said in a newspaper interview.
Former FIFA President Joao Havelange resigned as honorary president of soccer's governing body in a World Cup bribery case that has tarnished the organization for more than a decade.
Former soccer official Jack Warner claims FIFA gifted him $6 million toward a training center in Trinidad to support Sepp Blatter's first election as president in 1998.
U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati was elected Friday to FIFA's executive committee, defeating Mexican Football President Justino Campeon by one vote.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has softened his proposal that clubs be punished with relegation after racist abuse, suggesting fans would deliberately provoke abuse.
Michel Platini has answered FIFA President Sepp Blatter's barbs over UEFA's plan to host the 2020 European Championship in 13 countries.
FIFA "totally" trusts that Brazil will have stadiums and infrastructure ready for the 2014 World Cup, Sepp Blatter said Tuesday.
Issa Hayatou has been re-elected unopposed as president of the African soccer confederation for a final four-year term.
FIFA's new anti-racism chief Jeffrey Webb believes soccer has failed to support abused players and needs tougher sanctions.
Kevin-Prince Boateng will meet with FIFA president Sepp Blatter this month to discuss ways of dealing with racism in soccer.
FIFA is looking to approve tougher sanctions for racist abuse at its congress of 209 soccer nations.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter expressed his surprise at criticism of soccer's governing body by its own anti-corruption advisers and said they were sometimes working outside their mandate.
FIFA's anti-corruption advisers urged president Sepp Blatter to "demonstrate leadership" and resist attempts to dilute reforms.
Most allegations of match-fixing raised by Europol this week had already been dealt with, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said Thursday.
Sepp Blatter says cleaning up world soccer will work only if all 209 countries and six continental confederations follow FIFA by creating anti-corruption and financial oversight panels.
The English Football Association kicked off its 150th anniversary celebrations Wednesday, striving to shift the focus from the domestic and international troubles that have afflicted the country in recent years.