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How we line up

While we’re proud to work together as one team, at FIFA there many different departments and specialists, each one bringing a diverse and essential set of skills to the organisation. These are the four core areas that provide the spine of our organisation.

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Football Governance

We govern the global game and ensure it's run with transparency and integrity. This includes all matters relating to professional football, including players’ status, transfers, agents, and disciplinary and ethics matters.

SARANSK, RUSSIA - JUNE 28: Jose Luis Rodriguez of Panama celebrates with teammates his team's first goal, an own goal by Yassine Meriah of Tunisia, during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group G match between Panama and Tunisia at Mordovia Arena on June 28, 2018 in Saransk, Russia. (Photo by Michael Regan - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Running the Game

Behind the game we love is a huge amount of additional administration. This allows us to do our work effectively and efficiently. From commercial to finance and from human resources to compliance, this vital work keeps the ball rolling and provides us with transparency and integrity.

PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 18: A young Brazilian fan blows his horn during the FIFA Confederations Cup Group B match between USA and Brazil at the Loftus Versveld Stadium on June 18, 2009 in Pretoria, South Africa. (Photo by Mike Hewitt - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Competitions and Events

From the World Cup to youth and amateur tournaments, FIFA’s competitions and events showcase the beauty of football globally, and help us to grow the game.

DOHA, QATAR - DECEMBER 18: In this handout image provided by Qatar 2022/Supreme Committee, Qatar inaugurates fourth FIFA World Cup 2022 venue, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium on December 18th, 2020 in Doha, Qatar. Qatar inaugurates fourth FIFA World Cup 2022™ venue, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, in front of 50% capacity crowd. The 40,000-capacity venue will host seven matches during Qatar 2022 up to the round-of-16 stage. Fans in attendance were required to show negative COVID-19 test results before entering the venue. (Photo by Qatar 2022/Supreme Committee via Getty Images)

Football Development, Social Responsibility and Education

We work tirelessly to support the development of the game in all of its aspects – from infrastructure to technology, from the training of players to coaching and refereeing, and from educational and social programmes to the protection and promotion of human rights.

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON - MARCH 18: Children attend an event with FIFA Legend Samuel Eto’o during his visit in school, organized by FIFA Foundation-supported NGO, Sport and Cooperation Network, on March 18, 2019 in Yaounde, Cameroon. (Photo by Maja Hitij - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Our legacy

Want to discover more about the history and heritage of FIFA? Explore these important milestones in our interactive timeline.

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1904 - The foundation of FIFA

Uruguay 1930 - The first FIFA World Cup

China 1991 - The first FIFA Women's World Cup

How we lead

On and off the pitch, winning teams need great coaches. But what does great leadership look like? At FIFA we believe great leaders are passionate, lead by example, offer clarity and consistency in their communication and are great listeners. Whether you're already a great leader, or think you have the qualities to become one, FIFA is an outstanding environment in which to develop your skills.

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WE ARE FIFA
We are FIFA

While we’re proud to work together as one team, at FIFA there are many different departments and specialists, each one bringing a diverse and essential set of skills to the organisation.

AMMAN, JORDAN - JANUARY 25: Girls pose for a group picture during a FIFA Grassroots schools program on January 25, 2019 in Amman, Jordan. (Photo by Maja Hitij - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
Diversity & Inclusion

Football knows no boundaries when it comes to diversity, and neither do we. Discover more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

WORK WITH US
Work with us

We are a team of hard-working, passionate people from more than 60 countries, and more than 40% of us are women. We are proud to belong to this global organisation, and we like to work hard (and have fun).

AMMAN, JORDAN - JANUARY 24: Children play football during a FIFA Grassroots schools program on January 24, 2019 in Amman, Jordan. (Photo by Maja Hitij - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
How we hire

If you’ve seen a position with us that you like the look of, then what are you waiting for? Get in touch and submit your application.