FIFA has confirmed a new window for international matches in January 2022 as World Cup qualifying fixtures continue to pile up because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
FIFA did not immediately reply to a request for comment on Blatter’s statement.
Real-life professional soccer players will team up with esport gamers and social media influencers to compete in a new four-nation eChallenger series for Asia, organisers EA Sports and FIFA said on Monday.
FIFA has celebrated the 28th birthday of the Egyptian King, Mohamed Salah, the striker of Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, as he was born on 15 June 1992 in the village of Nagrig in the city of Basyoun in Gharbia Governorate.
FIFA has proposed a new temporary rule which allows football teams to make five substitutions in order to help clubs with the congested schedules which could occur when the season resumes.
Bond was set at $15 million for Lopez and Martinez, who will also face nightly curfews.
Premier League clubs are facing a backlash after Liverpool tapped into public funds during the coronavirus pandemic while FIFA on Monday urged players and clubs to reach agreement over wage reductions.
FIFA's decision allows players born after January 1997 to take part in Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Tuesday proposed delaying next year's revamped 24-team Club World Cup in China after UEFA postponed the European Championship until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
An independent review of the running of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has found “potential elements of mismanagement” and “possible abuse of power” amidst concern about widespread use of cash payments.
FIFA is ending its six-month intervention in African soccer’s governing body, it said on Sunday, after the mission to speed up the reform of football on the continent was “successfully completed”.
The FIFA president, speaking at a seminar in Rabat on the development of African football, complained that football in the region had not progressed as expected and that he wanted to “project African football to the top of the world.”
Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino has not found enough words to describe his sense of crowning the Club World Cup
Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, Liverpool player, was crowned the best player in the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar 2019.
The first edition of the new format is set to be held in China in 2021.
The announcement was made following a FIFA Council meeting in Shanghai.
The Egyptian Football Association officially sent Egypt's vote to FIFA on August 15, four days before the end of the deadline, where the voting ended on August 19.
For 10 years, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo shared the FIFA Best Player of the Year award, until Luka Modric won the award last year.
FIFA slammed on Friday a ban that forbids women from attending football matches in Ira, a statement said.
Shehata is the former coach of the Egyptian team who Previously won with the team in the African Nations Cup in 2006 -2008 – 2010.