Argentine Football Association president Julio Grondona believes that FIFA wants Uruguay and Argentina to host its 2030 World Cup.
English League One side Coventry City will reportedly play its home games at League Two club Northampton Town’s Sixfields Stadium for the next three seasons.
Scottish football club Rangers has signed information and communications technology firm, Huawei, to install Wi-Fi at its Ibrox Stadium.
Soccerex has announced that Zambia national team manager Herve Renard will be speaking at the Soccerex African Forum, which takes place in Durban on October 1-2.
FIFA has banned the Iraqi Football Association (IFA) from hosting international games due to a major increase in nationwide violence, barely three months after world football’s governing body gave the green light for matches to resume.
The English Football Association (FA) is reportedly close to completing a deal with goal-line technology provider Hawk-Eye to be installed at Wembley Stadium ahead of next month’s Community Shield match.
FIFA has said that tickets for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be the cheapest in the competition’s history.
Newly-appointed South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) CEO Brand de Villiers has announced that he will focus on increasing spectator numbers during his tenure.
English Championship side Wigan Athletic has bought Charnock Richard Golf Club with plans to develop it as a first-team training ground and youth academy.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has pledged to hand back at least $100 million of 2014 World Cup profits to host country Brazil.
The English Football Association (FA) has confirmed that women’s football side Doncaster Rovers Belles has been unsuccessful in its appeal to retain a place in the Women’s Super League 1 (WSL1).
UEFA has invited seven football associations to attend an observer programme at its women’s Euro 2013 event ahead of the 2017 bidding process.
FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke will decide on whether to run for presidency following the 2014 World Cup.
French Football League (LFP) president Frederic Thiriez has insisted that the ongoing tax dispute with Ligue 1 club Monaco is not a personal attack on the club’s billionaire owner Dmitri Rybolovlev.