— 17 March 2022

FIFA opens door for Ukrainian players

The war in Ukraine remains a priority for FIFA. Still awaiting a decision from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) following the Russian Football Federation’s appeal against its... Read more »

— 14 March 2022

Guinea changes everything

The organising committee of the African Cup of Nations (CAN) in Guinea in 2025 has been changed. A presidential decree, signed by the head of the ruling junta, Colonel... Read more »

— 9 March 2022

Russia referred to CAS

It had announced it would do so, and it has kept its word. The Russian Football Federation (RFF) has referred the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport... Read more »

— 9 March 2022

English football sanctions Russia

It’s official: the Premier League has suspended its contract with its Russian broadcaster, the company Rambler, owner of the streaming platform Okko Sport. The information had already leaked the... Read more »

— 8 March 2022

Australia counts down the days

Perfect timing. On Monday 7 March, the eve of International Women’s Day, Australia celebrated the symbolic date of D – 500 days to the start of the Women’s World... Read more »

— 7 March 2022

Women in power

The United States Soccer Federation (USA Soccer) remains under the women’s flag. Its president for the past two years, Cindy Parlow Cone, was re-elected on Saturday 5 March for... Read more »

— 4 March 2022

Russia to appeal

It was expected: Russia is preparing its response to the avalanche of sanctions imposed by the international sports movement since its invasion of Ukraine. A retaliation that should take... Read more »

— 28 February 2022

Iraq can receive

A first in the Gulf. Iraq will host an official football match next month after months of being banned due to political instability and conflict in the country. The... Read more »

— 25 February 2022

Kenya and Zimbabwe go out the door

Kenya and Zimbabwe have been hit hard. FIFA announced in a press release that it had suspended their football associations due to government interference. The decision was taken by... Read more »