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FIFA chief against Super League

There was "no doubt" in the position of the world football governing body on the matter, Infantino said at the congress of European confederation UEFA on Tuesday, DPA reports

FIFA president Infantino tests positive for COVID-19

Infantino has travelled little during the coronavirus pandemic, but he attended a signing ceremony at the White House last month to mark normalised relations for Israel with UAE and Bahrain

FIFA’s Infantino suspected of intervening to stop probe: report

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) launched an investigation in early 2016, shortly after Infantino was elected president of world football's governing body, about his awarding of a television rights contract to an offshore company in his previous role as UEFA's legal affairs director.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino suggests moving Club World Cup dates

UEFA and CONMEBOL have put themselves at loggerheads with FIFA as the Club World Cup was slated to be played next year.

Coronavirus casts potential cloud over Euro 2020 with 100 days to go

UEFA says it has received more than 28 million requests for match tickets, a figure it says is more than double the number for Euro 2016.

FIFA warns coronavirus could postpone international matches

"The health of persons is much more important than any football game."

FIFA considering delegation to ensure Iran allows women fans into match

There had been calls to ban Iran from international competitions following the death of a female fan, Sahar Khodayari, who set herself on fire following her arrest for trying to enter a stadium.

PM Modi receives special football jersey from FIFA President 

Modi, who met Infantino on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit here Saturday, shared a picture of the blue jersey, with his name on the back, on Twitter.

Victory of Football

FIFA World Cup 2018 was one of the best ever and was held without major security incident

FIFA gives VAR green light for World Cup

"We are going to have in 2018, for the first time, a World Cup with VAR," said Infantino on Friday after a meeting of the FIFA Council which, as expected, rubber-stamped the go-ahead given by the rule-making International Football Association Board

FIFA chief warns corrupt football officials

"No one should think of using football money for his own gains," Infantino said in an interview. The FIFA chief was in Nouakchott, the largest Saharan city and the Mauritania capital, to attend the seventh FIFA Executive Football Summit.

FIFA increases World Cup 2018 prize money

FIFA's strategic body approved an increase in the prize money to a total amount of $400 million 12 per cent up from the $358 million of the 2014 edition.

FIFA warns US travel ban could prevent it from hosting World Cup

Trump's new order bars visas for people from six countries with a Muslim majority and temporarily shuts down America's refugee programme.

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