<![CDATA[FIFA.com - About FIFA - Latest Videos]]>http://www.fifa.com/index.htmlenCopyright ©1994 - 2015 FIFA. All rights reservedTue, 19 Apr 2016 11:01:00 GMTTue, 03 May 2016 09:27:34 GMTFIFA.comFIFA.comhttp://www.fifa.com/imgml/rssheader.gif http://www.fifa.com/index.html13928FIFA.com RSS<![CDATA[Historic referee seminar held in Doha]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=historic-referee-seminar-held-in-doha-2781664.html2781664FIFA held a groundbreaking referee seminar in Qatar which, for the first time ever, saw male and female referees work together in preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ and the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™.]]>Tue, 19 Apr 2016 11:01:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Refereeing Kind=Video<![CDATA[The incredible growth of women's football]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=the-incredible-growth-of-women-s-football-2781106.html2781106The FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015 marked a high point in the world governing body's pursuit to grow women's football.]]>Thu, 14 Apr 2016 07:37:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Women Kind=Video<![CDATA[Women's football continues to go global!]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=women-s-football-continues-to-go-global-2780917.html2780917In 2016, FIFA will achieve a new record, with more than 140 Member Associations requesting women’s football development programmes and over 500 individual activities already forecast. By the next FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2019, FIFA’s ambitious aim is to see 45 million girls and women actively involved in the game.]]>Wed, 13 Apr 2016 09:45:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Women Kind=Video<![CDATA[Miyama: I wish we could play the Final again]]>http://www.fifa.com/womensworldcup/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=miyama-i-really-wish-we-could-play-the-final-again-2780792.html2780792

We showed Japan captain Aya Miyama five crucial moments from the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™. See her reactions in this video!

Tue, 12 Apr 2016 17:23:00 GMT Area=Tournament Section=Competition Kind=Video Tournament=FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015
<![CDATA[Football helping young migrants connect with new communities ]]>http://www.fifa.com/sustainability/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=football-helping-young-migrants-connect-with-new-communities-2780310.html2780310Through its “Football Connects” project, Swiss organisation Raumfang has been helping the integration of nearly 250 migrant kids, coming from diverse countries such as Eritrea, Afghanistan and Syria.

The weekly training sessions are carried out in 12 locations across Switzerland - including the Home of FIFA in Zurich.]]>
Fri, 08 Apr 2016 13:43:00 GMT Area=Social Section=General Kind=Video
<![CDATA[Solo: Great footballers can never have enough trophies]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=hope-solo-great-footballers-can-never-have-enough-trophies-2780184.html2780184

FIFA Women's World Cup™ winner Hope Solo tells us the world has still not seen her 'ultimate' best.

Thu, 07 Apr 2016 10:22:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Women Kind=Video
<![CDATA[Piara Powar on the fight against discrimination at the FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers]]>http://www.fifa.com/sustainability/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=piara-powar-on-the-fight-against-discrimination-at-the-fifa-world-cupt-2779176.html2779176The Executive Director of FIFA partner Fare Network and a member of the jury for this year’s inaugural FIFA Diversity Award, Piara Powar speaks about the significance of the anti-discrimination monitoring system for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers, which includes the deployment of match observers to monitor and report issues of discrimination at the games.]]>Fri, 01 Apr 2016 14:13:00 GMT Area=Social Section=Anti-Racism Kind=Video<![CDATA[Bringing football to Singapore's girls]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=4/video=bringing-football-to-singapore-s-girls-2779149.html2779149Julie Teo talks about how she is helping to develop women's football at the grassroots in Singapore.]]>Fri, 01 Apr 2016 10:29:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Women Kind=Video<![CDATA[Sasic watches Canada 2015 ]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=3/video=sasic-watches-canada-2015-2772702.html2772702Celia Sasic - top scorer of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup - shares with us her memories of the tournament in Canada - [CLICK CC IN THE PLAYER FOR EN, ES & FR SUBTITLES]]]>Sat, 26 Mar 2016 09:16:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Women Kind=Video<![CDATA[Wanda Group becomes new FIFA Partner]]>http://www.fifa.com/about-fifa/videos/y=2016/m=3/video=wanda-group-becomes-new-fifa-partner-2771527.html2771527The Wanda Group is the first Chinese company to sign up as a FIFA Partner. The agreement was signed at the Home of FIFA in Zurich and we spoke to Wanda Group’s Chairman Wang Jianlin and FIFA President Gianni Infantino.]]>Mon, 21 Mar 2016 14:16:00 GMT Area=Organisation Section=Marketing Kind=Video<![CDATA[An introduction to FIFA’s new Professional Football Department]]>http://www.fifa.com/about-fifa/videos/y=2016/m=3/video=an-introduction-to-fifa-s-new-professional-football-department-2771470.html2771470FIFA recently created the Professional Football Department as part of a new approach to better engage with football stakeholders such as clubs, leagues and players. Heading up the department is Australian James Johnson, who himself has a broad range of experience within the game including as a professional player. Hear more from Johnson on how the new department will work to bring professional football stakeholders closer to FIFA.]]>Mon, 21 Mar 2016 09:17:00 GMT Area=Organisation Section=Generic Kind=Video<![CDATA[LIVE FRIDAY: Post-FIFA Executive Committee Media Briefing ]]>http://www.fifa.com/about-fifa/videos/y=2016/m=3/video=live-friday-post-fifa-executive-committee-media-briefing-2771072.html2771072

Following his first Executive Committee meeting as chair on 18 March, FIFA President Gianni Infantino will be part of a press conference. 

Mon, 14 Mar 2016 17:35:00 GMT Area=Organisation Section=Home of Fifa Kind=Video
<![CDATA[FIFA Football Development: Performance]]>http://www.fifa.com/development/videos/y=2016/m=3/video=fifa-football-development-performance-2769635.html2769635

Through its Performance programme, FIFA works with its Member Associations to improve the way they work and to help them become more financially sustainable and independent so that football can have a stronger foundation to grow around the world. This film explores how the Performance programme is helping to develop football in Tanzania.

Thu, 10 Mar 2016 13:35:00 GMT Area=Football Development Section=Performance Kind=Video