Friday, March 18
Sepp Blatter was paid a £2.6m package last year, the first for which Fifa has disclosed the salary paid to its president and secretary general. Football’s world governing body published the figure in its accounts for 2015, which showed that a year of unprecedented corruption scandals had led to it losing $122m (£84m).
Monday, December 21
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini, two of the most powerful figures in world of football, were barred from the sport for eight years on Monday morning after being found guilty of ethics violations.
Friday, September 18
Jérôme Valcke, the second-ranking official at FIFA, was placed on immediate leave and will be investigated for allegations of corruption involving the black-market sale of World Cup tickets, the association announced Thursday.
Wednesday, June 03
Interpol Issues Alerts for 6 former Fifa officials, a Day After Sepp Blatter Resigns
Thursday, May 28
Invoking the fates of Edward J. Snowden and the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, President Vladimir V. Putin on Thursday denounced the arrests of top FIFA officials in Zurich as “another blatant attempt by the United States to extend its jurisdiction to other states.”
Wednesday, May 27
Six football officials have been arrested over corruption charges at governing body Fifa and face extradition to the US, officials say.
Friday, December 06
There are some intriguing stories coming out of the Final Draw after its conclusion.
Tuesday, June 04
The British Daily Express newspaper reports that FIFA has spent nearly Rs 500 million for the organization of the 63rd Congress for two days in Mauritius. The paper details the extravagances of the Federation of the Mauritian soil.
Friday, May 31
A great show, representing different facets of Mauritian multicultural society was organized at the center Swami Vivekananda at Pailles, Thursday at the opening of the 63rd Congress of the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA).
Thursday, May 30
Mauritius will dive into the heart of a major event for the international football: 17 hours due to the conference center Pailles the 63rd FIFA Congress. The spotlight will be made a colorful spectacle, with the participation of world-renowned artists as well as local.