As Brazilian authorities brace for a new set of protests during the World Cup, Fifa says it expects Brazil's police to contain violent demonstrations.
A report said a fire at a World Cup stadium in Brazil has caused damage that could compromise the stability of the construction.
The Frenchman's bid for football's top job has raised as many questions as answers.
Brazilian great Pele has finally been awarded a Ballon d'Or, despite retiring in 1977.
Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo has reconciled with Sepp Blatter after the Fifa president's hairdresser jibe.
Fifa's secretary general has confirmed what most in the football world believe: Qatar's World Cup will be moved to later in 2022.
Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke told Radio France the football event would be held at year-end, but Fifa says no such decision has been made.
Spain's use of seven substitutes in the recent champions match against Bafana may nullify the match, leaving SA without their new Fifa ranking points.
Fifa President Sepp Blatter believes that African teams need to be given a better chance of winning the World Cup.
Bafana Bafana have climbed seven places to 61st in the latest Fifa world rankings.
Football and morality should not be used in the same sentence, writes Percy Zvomuya.
Fifa boss Sepp Blatter has gone on the defensive over claims of widespread abuse of migrant workers preparing for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Football body Fifa has received a complaint of racism against Stephen Keshi after he said a rival was "a white dude" who didn't know about Africa.
Fifa says it has asked 2018 World Cup hosts Russia to explain in more detail its controversial new law banning "homosexual propaganda."
Bafana coach Gordon Igesund has said he is "very pleased with the outcome" after Fifa announced it is stripping three points from Ethiopia.
Fifa has announced that Ethiopia were found guilty of fielding an ineligible player in a qualifying match against Botswana.
Many are angry at the $15-billion bill for hosting the competition and next year's World Cup, which will take place next June.
The football boss's World Cup strategy backfires as Brazil caves in to protests over spending.
Brazil is bracing for more mass protests after a poll showed most people back demands for improvements to crumbling public services.
Fifa says it is investigating violence in CAR before it decides if the country's World Cup qualifier against Ethiopia can take place in the nation.