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Following the success of its FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 programme, FIFA World Cup Sponsor McDonald’s will once more offer all volunteers at the 2014 FIFA World Cup a training programme focused on welcoming international fans to Brazil.
FIFA TMS has launched a brand new report analysing international transfers involving clubs from England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Portugal, Switzerland and Brazil have climbed to fourth, sixth and ninth respectively on the global ladder, while Mali and Togo tumbled down.
After its inception in South Africa, Football For Hope Siyakhona Media Skills - a social responsibility project jointly backed by FIFA and Sony - is out to support NGOs in Brazil.
Botswana have named former West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United defender Peter Butler as their new coach, which is his first post in Africa.
Former English Premier League striker Jay Bothroyd is enjoying a new experience with Thailand’s Muangthong United who are embarking on a fresh AFC Champions League campaign having earned the status of continental giantkillers.
The Djibouti Football Federation has concluded a ten-day FIFA Grassroots coaching course, which was the first of its kind.
Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu has said after the club's board meeting on Monday that the upcoming redevelopment of the Camp Nou is "absolutely necessary."
Talented American artist Elijah King has today been unveiled as the winner of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ SuperSong competition, with the winning song selected by Ricky Martin and the SuperSong judging panel.
Swaziland's Mbabane Swallows were one of the main sensations of the first qualifying rounds for the CAF Champions League, with Raja Casablanca among the other big winners.
Juventus coach Antonio Conte has described as "inexplicable" his side's failure to hold a 2-0 lead against Hellas Verona on Sunday.
The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola is making a great impact in Mexico and with the country having appeared at 14 FIFA World Cups, the history of the country's football is undeniably linked to the famous Trophy.
Former Sevilla defender Juan Cala has been signed by English Premier League side Cardiff City on a two-and-a-half year deal, the club confirmed on Friday.
FIFA and the Local Organising Committee deeply regret the death of the worker who was disassembling a crane at the Arena Amazonia. With great sadness we send our sincere condolences to the family.
USA, Germany and Japan are set to do battle with FIFA Women's World Cup hosts Canada over the coming months after this series of mouth-watering fixtures was announced in Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouver.
Former USA captain Thomas Dooley was named head coach of the Philippines' national team on Friday on a one-year contract, vowing to boost the profile of football in the island nation.
The sustainability training programme for the stadium operators of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ has reached its conclusion with a round tableon the need to harness the power of football to create a better future for everyone.
Participants in the newly-expanded OFC Champions League have been drawn into three groups of four for the start of this year's Oceania continental club championship in April.