— 15 June 2022

Spanish women join the movement

Good news: parity is gaining ground in international football. After the United States, Brazil, England and parts of Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway), Spain is joining the movement. The Spanish Football... Read more »

— 14 June 2022

Five changes instead of three

It’s done. Meeting this week in Doha, Qatar, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) has more definitively adopted the principle of five changes per team per match in top-level... Read more »

— 10 June 2022

South Korea lifts its finger

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) may have found a replacement for China as host of the Asian Cup in 2023. Reuters reports that South Korea’s new president, Yoon Suk-yeol,... Read more »

— 8 June 2022

The two ministers exchanged

Ten days after the chaos of the Champions League final at the Stade de France, it is time for conciliation. Conciliation and dialogue between the French and British authorities.... Read more »

— 3 June 2022

A feminine Finalissima

UEFA is breaking new ground. The continental body announced on Thursday the creation of a new women’s competition, a “Finalissima” modelled on the match between Argentina, winners of the... Read more »

— 2 June 2022

100% female referees

History. For the first time, a FIFA-sanctioned world tournament in a youth category will be entirely refereed by women. On Wednesday 1 June, the FIFA refereeing committee announced the... Read more »

— 1 June 2022

Liverpool wants an apology

Three days after the incident, the controversy over the incidents at the Stade de France on Saturday 28 May, on the sidelines of the Champions League final, has not... Read more »

— 25 May 2022

Balloon for peace

The initiative is unprecedented. The word “Peace” will be written in two languages, in English and in Cyrillic characters, on the ball of the Champions League final between Liverpool... Read more »