The Fifa Women's World Cup is heading to South America for the first time in 2027, after Brazil today (Friday) defeated a joint proposal from Belgium, Netherlands and Germany.

Fifa has approved plans for its first Women’s Club World Cup and in a potentially ground-breaking move, set up a working party to review rules that currently block the staging of club matches overseas.

Brazil is the favourite to stage the 2027 Women’s World Cup after Fifa’s evaluation report scored its bid more highly than its European rival from Belgium, Netherlands and Germany.

JTBC has secured exclusive rights in South Korea to the 2026 and 2030 Fifa World Cups, SportBusiness understands, in what was a competitive process in one of the world’s hottest sports media rights markets.

Fifa has turned to the Balkans in its media rights sales process for the next two men's World Cups, launching invitations to tender (ITTs) in eight countries.

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has hit out at Fifa for refusing to engage in talks with football stakeholders worldwide over the expansion of the international calendar.

Following months of speculation, Fifa today confirmed a four-year global sponsorship agreement with Saudi Arabia-owned oil firm Aramco.

LaLiga could stage a regular-season game in the United States as early as the 2025-26 season, its president Javier Tebas has declared, amid reports that Fifa is considering lifting such a ban.

Football’s world governing body Fifa and tech giant Apple are in advanced stages to seal an agreement for global media rights to the revamped Club World Cup.

Alasdair Bell is to leave his position as deputy secretary general of Fifa after playing a crucial role at the world governing body for the past six years as a key aide to president Gianni Infantino

Fifa has launched a tender process in Indonesia for media rights to the next two men’s and women’s World Cups, with the country optimistic about its qualification for the 2026 edition after defeating Vie…

Fifa says it will consider changes to its policy that currently blocks domestic football league matches from being played in other countries, paving the way for high-profile competitive league games to…

LiveMode has been renewed as Fifa’s exclusive media rights sales agent in Brazil for the men’s World Cup, providing the agency with a far more attractive package of rights for the 2026 tournament than it sold in 2022.

Thailand has never qualified for the men’s World Cup and the NBTC reportedly now sees the tournament as being fair game for pay-television broadcasters.

Fifa has launched invitations to tender for UK media rights to the 2026 and 2030 World Cups, with significantly more matches set to be broadcast as the tournament expands to 48 teams.

World governing body FIFA enjoyed income of $1.17bn (€1.07bn) in 2023, boosted by strong commercial revenues from the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Fifa has issued tenders in six Central and Eastern European countries for media rights to the 2026 and 2030 men's World Cups as it seeks to maximise the commercial impact of improved qualification prospects for Europe's mid-tier nations.

Fifa is recruiting new executives to join its in-house legal team after a large number of senior legal counsels handed in their notice in the space of a few months, SportBusiness understands.