FIFA has selected its goal-line technology system for next year's World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl, a German camera-based, ball-tracking system, was the last of four contenders to join the race to...
Zurich World governing body FIFA has thrown out Costa Rica's attempt to have their snow-hit World Cup qualifying defeat to the United States replayed.
AC Milan calls for soccer's authorities to take an official stand against racism in the sport.
Mohamed Bin Hammam has announced that he had resigned from his roles on FIFA's executive committee and as president of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
London One of the most damaging corruption scandals to blight game's world governing body ends.
Lucy Swinnen Women soccer players who wear headscarves can now compete internationally.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker THE $10 million in taxpayer dollars that Australia's soccer federation spent on its World Cup bid book's creation and promotion was paid without an open tender process and was more than twice the...
Federal Sports Minister Mark Arbib says everybody should think twice about bidding for football World Cups until there's reform within governing body FIFA.
An independent senator says FIFA should hand back the millions Australia spent on its World Cup bid in light of the scandal rocking the governing body.
Geneva FIFA has asked Argentina's football leaders to explain reports that their league has been named after a naval ship sunk by British forces during the Falkland Islands conflict 30 years ago.
Soccer chiefs edged closer to bringing in goal-line technology after the idea was approved in principle by the sport's law-makers yesterday.
Zurich FIFA will soon decide if Iraq is safe enough to host World Cup qualifying matches again.
Cristiano Ronaldo has won the FIFA World Player of the Year award to complete a clean sweep of football's top individual honours for 2008.
Asian Football Confederation chief Mohamed Bin Hammam has ruled out running for the FIFA presidency in 2011, saying he will back Sepp Blatter for another term.
Greg Buckle Central Coast goalkeeper Danny Vukovic has slammed FIFA for "getting my hopes up" before finally ruling his suspension would include the Beijing Olympics.
Soccer's world governing body FIFA has overturned a decision by Football Federation Australia that allowed goalkeeper Danny Vukovic to play at the Olympics.
Doug Conway The most powerful man in world football has poured cold water on Australia's ambitions to host the 2018 World Cup - and says 2022 may be a better aim.
Doug Conway In its brinkmanship with the Iraq government FIFA has made sure the IOC is on side.
FIFA have provisionally suspended Iraq from international soccer for one year due to a government decision to disband the sport's organising association.
FIFA gave the green light on Saturday for a British football team at the 2012 London Olympics.