FIFA has turned to Justice Mukul Mudgal, who has been appointed as deputy chairman of its governance committee.
Fatma Samoura is hoping her two decades of experience as a UN diplomat will help her restore sport’s tarnished image.
FIFA confirmed that it paid all expenses for its 209 member associations and each delegate was given $1,000 in spending money.
Kosovo and Gibraltar became 210th and 211th members of the world football organization in votes taken at FIFA’s annual congress.
Gianni Infantino had signed off on a contract with two Argentine businessman, Hugo and Mariano Jinkis, who were later indicted in the United States.
The law firm of a FIFA ethics watchdog had business relationships with three men who have been indicted in the corruption scandal.
Several dozen officials, including former members of FIFA’s executive committee, have been indicted in the United States.
South Africa are alleged to have made a payment of $10 million to land the hosting rights for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
U-17 World Cup tournament director Javier Ceppi acknowledged India are on course to successfully host the competition despite a budget crunch.
FIFA submitted a 22-page claim to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New York seeking a big share in restitution from more than $190 million.
Gianni Infantino was a member of that reform panel established in response to criminal investigations into football corruption.
Infantino beat Asian candidates Sheikh Salman and Prince Ali, as well as Jerome Champagne, to succeed Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.
One went deep inside to expose FIFA’s dirty secrets, the other couldn’t even get past its doors. We profile the two men who took on FIFA.
Delegates from more than 200 countries will elect a new president on Friday to succeed Sepp Blatter.
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein wanted transparent booths to ensure delegates do not photograph their ballot papers.