In an exclusive interview with FIFA 1904, FIFA’s new Secretary General talks about her vision and priorities for FIFA, and about how she wants to tackle social inequality, hunger and poverty: “I knew when I joined FIFA that I could bring new perspectives and new ideas. It’s clear to me that football is certainly one of the most powerful sports capable of overcoming social, economic and humanitarian challenges. For me, FIFA is another UN, the UN of football.”
“Take my word for it: with the FIFA Forward Programme, football, the game which belongs to all of us, can flourish in all corners of the world,” says FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
The legacy programme for the U-20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea /
USA and Zimbabwe gear up for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016.
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Climbers Peru have their sights set even higher – a realistic target after their victory over Brazil at the Copa América Centenario.
A timeline of some of the golden moments in more than 100 years of Olympic football.
Expectations of the All Whites are growing after their OFC Nations Cup triumph. Now they are going all out to qualify for their third World Cup.
Collecting FIFA World Cup stamps – a lifetime’s passion.
Silvia Neid, coach of the German women’s national team, will call time on her successful career after the Rio Olympics. We caught up with her in Bad Gögging during her preparations for the Games.
We take a look behind the scenes at the museum’s library, an Aladdin’s cave of documents, books and pictures