Sepp Blatter claims former French and German leaders made "political interventions" to influence World Cup voting.
European football's governing body says the Spanish league should stop challenging the decision to move the dates of the 2022 World Cup.
Sepp Blatter says his decision to leave FIFA was "liberating" and expects the election to replace him early in 2016.
Dan Ashworth remains confident England can win the 2022 World Cup despite their European Under-21 Championship failure.
Sepp Blatter appears set to make a U-turn on his decision to attend the Women’s World Cup final in Canada next week.
The Russian government has ordered 30 billion roubles (around £352m) in cuts in spending on the 2018 World Cup finals.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has insisted that the 2018 World Cup will go ahead in his country.
Sepp Blatter has backed a proposal that FIFA's senior officials should pass integrity checks.
Two Argentine businessmen wanted on US charges of bribing FIFA officials have handed themselves in to authorities.
Swiss officials are probing 53 possible money-laundering incidents as part of their investigation into corruption.
Irish politicians have decided not to question John Delaney about the five million euro 'pay-off' from FIFA.
Asian Football Confederation general secretary Alex Soosay has resigned with immediate effect.
Former International Olympic Committee vice president Dick Pound has called on FIFA to get its own house in order.
An American judge has ordered prosecutors to unseal Chuck Blazer's plea agreement with the US government.
Jack Warner has hit back at British comedian John Oliver after he mocked the former FIFA official on Trinidad TV.
Jim Boyce believes there should be a revote on the next two World Cups if it is proved the bidding process was corrupt.
The announcement of the bidding process for the 2026 World Cup has been delayed by FIFA.
Barack Obama has spoken on the FIFA crisis for the first time, calling on the organisation to operate with integrity.
FAI chief executive John Delaney will not be questioned by the Irish government over the five million euro FIFA loan.
Head coach Mark Sampson was scathing of the referee after England’s defeat to France in their World Cup opener.