After Tehran decided to let women attend Thursday's World Cup qualifying match against Cambodia, 3,500 tickets were sold within minutes
FIFA's human rights advisory panel says Iran's ban on women at sporting events violates their code of ethics, which prohibits 'discrimination on the basis of gender'
Most of the women let into the stadium were relatives of players or members of Iran’s female football, as well as football federation employees, social media reports
The prince shifted the focus of his project from just Asia to try to help children worldwide, and will now bring the game to the 5,000 children of Jordan's Zaatari camp
Croatia's National Soccer Team Celebrates With a Nazi-supporting, Fascist Singer, Dividing the County
Marko Perkovic—nicknamed Thompson, after the submachine gun— begins his performances with the battle cry of the Ustase, and Nazi salutes can be seen in the audience
A Russia fan displayed a neo-Nazi banner, Russian soccer body to pay $10,100
Israel did not qualify, but there are still Jewish highlights in Russia
Contrary to popular belief that Germany was behind the penalty shootout idea to settle tied soccer cup games, a letter proves that it was actually an Israeli initiative
Rohani’s office denied reports that the ban on women attending matches had already been lifted after the Iranian president met Gianni Infantino
There is a letter that proves that it was Israel - and not Germany - that helped make the idea of breaking ties during playoff matches with kicks from the penalty mark into an integral part of the sport we know today
Referee Abraham Klein shared a field with some of the game's greats during three World Cups, and is now sharing his impressive collection of memorabilia with visitors to the World Football Museum in Zurich
The impasse centers on Israeli teams that play in West Bank settlements, which the Palestinian Football Association says is against FIFA rules
A collection Klein accumulated over 50 years as a referee is to be housed in the FIFA World Football Museum in Switzerland. The collection was due to be auctioned but a Haaretz article caught the museum's eye
In a letter to FIFA, the Saudi-led coalition that cut ties with Qatar describe the Gulf state as 'the base and the castle of terrorism'
Russia May Be 'Turning Blind Eye' to Soccer Fans' Hidden Nazi Messages, Says Anti-discrimination Group
Russian authorities have blacklisted at least 191 fans from attending sporting events and taken other steps against far-right activity but danger of 'isolated incidents' still remains, says report
The powerful and impartial world soccer association might be just the right body to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Too bad its president balked
Proposal intended to keep FIFA from holding any discussion of the status of the West Bank and from any decision that would recognize the Palestinians’ territorial claims, says official
Netanyahu's office asked U.S. officials to raise the FIFA bid while Abbas was in Washington, but they didn't, Israeli official says
FIFA panel charged with Israeli-Palestinian issue to present report Monday recommending action on settlements
Move against six teams initiated by Palestinians, backed by FIFA panel; Israelis pessimistic
The city of Gijon passed an extreme anti-Israel resolution declaring itself 'a space free of Israeli apartheid.'
New ultimatum would quash efforts of FIFA head to broker agreement between Palestinians and Israel.
Palestinians are demanding soccer teams suspended, since FIFA statutes prohibit member states from establishing teams in an occupied area; 'We try to put politics aside and talk football,' says Gianni Infantino.
According to FIFA statutes, member states can't establish teams in an occupied area; Palestinian soccer chief Jibril Rajoub met recently with the second most powerful person in the Soccer organization, who reportedly was receptive to his approach.
Amnesty International's findings will intensify pressure on the Gulf state to accelerate labor reforms as it prepares for the 2022 World Cup.
Contender for FIFA president describes a climate of fear and reprisals inside soccer's world governing body.
Preparing to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022, Qatar has been widely criticized for its treatment of migrant workers, especially in the construction industry.
Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa, head of Asian confederation, has yet to run, but activists assert he was involved in crackdown against pro-democracy athletes.
U.S. investigation has indicted at least 14 people, and Hapoalim says probe was looking into accounts held by some of the suspects with bank.
The latest FIFA efforts revive a process which began in 2013 and stalled this year.