The FIFA Activity Report is now available online on FIFA.com. The Activity Report showcases FIFA’s work in global football development, the governance and administration of the game, organising international competitions, and sustainability and health projects.

Highlights from the latest FIFA Activity Report include:

• FIFA’s total football development spending breaking through the USD $2 billion barrier

• USD $900 million committed to football development in the 2015-2018 cycle

• USD $100 million FIFA World Cup™ Legacy Fund for football in Brazil

• Record engagement on FIFA’s digital platforms during the 2014 FIFA World Cup

• Record TV viewing figures for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in key markets

• Ground-breaking sustainability programmes in Brazil

• Support for social development through football with Football for Hope programmes

• The 11 against Ebola, Handshake for Peace and Say No To Racism campaigns

• The doubling of investment in women’s football development for the 2015-2018 cycle

• The expansion of the Live Your Goals campaign to inspire more girls to play football