Latest FIFA News
FIFA is working on a wide range of topics from improving the women's game and developing football around the world to ensuring better football governance structures.
Tournaments & Events News
FIFA’s iconic competitions inspire billions of football fans and provide opportunities to have a wider positive social and environmental impact. By the global nature of the tournaments it organises, FIFA strives to set the benchmark in the delivery of global sporting events as an inspiration for all audience groups, from fans attending the competition to the general public.Explore FIFA Tournaments
Gianni Infantino’s presidency has focused on bringing wide-ranging reforms to FIFA, expanding global participation in FIFA’s flagship competitions and boosting FIFA’s investment in football development through the Forward Programme.Visit the FIFA President's page
The official world rankings of the international mens and womens teams.FIFA/Coca-Cola World ranking
Latest on the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™
FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2021™
FIFA exists to govern football and to develop the game around the world. Since 2016, the organization has been evolving rapidly to become an organization that can more effectively serve our game for the benefit of the world.
FIFA has made sizeable strides off the pitch to hasten the growth of women’s football.
FIFA is actively working to improve the lives of people around the world through the work of FIFA Foundation and its Social Responsibility programmes
Pursuing the Goal 7 of The Vision 2020-2023, FIFA so far has laid building blocks for further growth through many examples of reinforced governance structures and the development of professionals and systems operating within them.
FIFA followed parallel pathways in using technology for the benefit of the whole football community in 2020.
Legal & Compliance
As world football’s governing body, FIFA is firmly committed to the principles of the rule of law, good governance and transparency
FIFA/Coca-Cola World ranking
Updated ranking table for Men's and Women's teams.
The Resource Hub is the public database of the FIFA Quality Programme, the aim of which is to endorse products that meet strict quality requirements to improve the game and protect players, clubs and associations. Football stakeholders will find a list...