• Photo: justinshanks/Flickr
    26.09.2018 /
    An envisaged change in the FIFA regulations on players’ agents will help balance interests and ethics, said FIFA’s chief legal officer Emilio Garcia, speaking at the World Football Summit.
  • Photo: jbdoane/Flickr
    07.09.2018 /
    After agreements between workers’ rights organisations and Qatar a new law has been introduced that will strengthen migrant workers’ rights in Qatar. Critics claim that effective changes are yet to be seen and question Qatar’s will to change.
  • Photo: Nelson Oliveira/Flickr
    30.08.2018 /
    How much money went into the hosting of the 1950 FIFA World Cup in Brazil? And what about the 2014 World Cup? A group of Brazilian journalists has explored the costs of these events and is now planning to expand to project to cover all FIFA World Cups.
  • Photo: TED Conference/Flickr
    20.08.2018 /
    Ghana and FIFA have reached a compromise moving forward after an exposé revealing widespread corruption in the Ghana Football Federation left the federation in crisis.
  • Photo: justinshanks/Flickr
    17.08.2018 /
    The removal of the word ‘corruption’, the addition of ten-year statute of limitation on prosecution and the introduction of FIFA defamation as an infringement were among the issues raised in critique of FIFA’s revised Ethics code.
  • Photo: Vladimir Varfolomeev/Flickr
    03.08.2018 /
    Analysis: The recent World Cup in football was named “the best ever” by the FIFA President. But from an economic point of view, its legacy is questionable. The investments surpassing 25 billion USD may turn out to be highly disproportionate to the benefits. Economist Matthias Fett looks at the numbers.
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    16.06.2018 /
    In this report about the opening days of the World Cup in Russia, Andreas Selliaas discusses the Saudi Arabian influence in international football, Gianni Infantino’s announcement of running for a new term as FIFA president and the ghost of Sepp Blatter.
  • Photo: Wikimedia
    13.06.2018 /
    USA, Canada and Mexico will host the 2026 World Cup. That was the result after the vote at today’s FIFA Congress that secured the ‘United bid’ 67% of the votes against Morocco.

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