LEGAL

Compliance

WHAT WE DO

FIFA’s comprehensive Compliance Programme helps to build transparency, foster ethical behaviour, identify risks, define policies and create procedures.

FIFA Compliance’s objective is to help safeguard football. We are there to support our team members and member associations everywhere in the world by listening to their concerns, advising on compliance issues and providing the tools that can help them respond to their challenges. The FIFA Governance Reports contain relevant information about our different compliance activities (Report 2016Report 2017Report 2018Report 2019Report 2020).

More details on the Compliance Programme


All Compliance

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Compliance Handbook

The FIFA Compliance Handbook is a practical, interactive and easy-to-use PDF document for member associations and other sports stakeholders that outlines the basic principles and benefits of implementing compliance guidelines. Stakeholders will be ab...

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FIFA Compliance Summit 2020

The summit, that took place from 12 to 16 October, shared our modernised vision under Compliance 3.0 and offered the tools and processes to cultivate that environment.

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Compliance Programme

FIFA’s comprehensive Compliance Programme helps to build transparency, foster ethical behaviour, identify risks, define policies and create procedures.

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Compensation Transparency

FIFA’s commitment to transparency across the organisation, a key principle of FIFA 2.0, extends to the disclosure of the compensation paid to the key members of FIFA’s senior management, the chairpersons of its committees and the members of the FIFA ...

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Guides and training material

FIFA provides compliance information, guidance and training to employees, committee members and other members of the FIFA family, directly inspired by FIFA 2.0 and its primary ambition to build a stronger institution.

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Reporting mechanism

FIFA wants to promote the game of football, to protect its integrity and to bring the game to all. Our mission is to grow the game, to enhance the football experience and to build a stronger institution.