• Photo: Getty Images for Soccerex
    28.09.2016 /
    Compliance is crucial in the fight against match-fixing and corruption, said a line of speakers at the Soccerex convention this week and also agreed that top-down cultural changes are needed.
  • Photo: Getty Images for Soccerex
    28.09.2016 /
    Both La Liga and Premier League are looking to expand to overseas markets, but expansion could ensue changing dynamics and perhaps end up weakening the domestic leagues.
  • Photo: UEFA logo
    14.09.2016 /
    Aleksander Ceferin won today's vote to replace Michel Platini as UEFA president over contesting candidate Michael van Praag.
  • Photo: Sam Cox/Flickr
    09.09.2016 /
    European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) call UEFA’s Champions League reform “unacceptable” and threaten to terminate the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
  • Photo: G Traveler/Flickr
    26.08.2016 /
    On August 21, West Ham played their first home Premier League match in the newly converted London 2012 Olympic Stadium, but unlike opponents Bournemouth or any other club in the world’s richest league the hosts are getting a free ride courtesy of the British taxpayer.
  • Photo: Thomas Couto/Flickr
    14.07.2016 /
    A new FIFA programme aims to increase football investment in member associations and confederations, developing football everywhere and for all.
  • Photo: TTFA Media
    14.07.2016 /
    In the build up to the Caribbean Football Union elections, vying candidate, head of Trinidad and Tobago football David John-Williams, is causing a stir in a game of footsie under the table with CONCACAF, UEFA and, possibly, FIFA, writes Lasana Liburd in this article outlining the current situation in Caribbean football governance.
  • Photo: European Commission
    05.07.2016 /
    Spanish football clubs, found guilty of unfair competition, are to repay millions of euros following investigations by the EU Commission.

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