What we do
FIFA plays a fundamental role in society, and therefore adherence to good governance principles is fundamental to FIFA’s broader social mission.
With 211 affiliated associations, FIFA supports them financially and logistically through various programmes. As representatives of FIFA in their countries, they have obligations to respect the statutes, aims and ideals of football's governing body and promote and manage our sport accordingly.
AS A WOMAN IN FOOTBALL, ONE OF MY KEY AGENDAS IS TO CHANGE MY COMMUNITY’S MINDSET THROUGH MY LEADERSHIP ROLE.
Infantino: New OFC women's football strategy is historic
A goal for the ages
Unity of Caribbean purpose lauded by FIFA President in Miami speech
Legal dispute between FIFA and TUI Cruises about free-to-air TV on cruise ships resolved – TUI Cruises recognises FIFA’s rights
OFC foundations for development praised by FIFA President
FIFA President urges "healthier, less discriminatory and more competitive” football in Concacaf speech
After starting her United Nations career in Rome as a senior logistics officer with the World Food Programme in 1995, Fatma Samoura served as country representative or Deputy Humanitarian coordinator in seven countries.
The FIFA Statutes provide a separation between Strategic oversight and executive, operational and administrative functions.
FIFA’s Member Associations and the regional confederations meet once a year to agree on ways to further promote and develop football around the world.
FIFA World Football Museum
The FIFA World Football Museum covers all aspects of international football’s rich heritage and showcases the extraordinary history of the FIFA World Cup.
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