French prosecutor considering Qatar 2022 World Cup investigation

French prosecutor considering Qatar 2022 World Cup investigation

Former UEFA president Michel Platini, banished from the sport for ethics violations, could be a person of interest.

Cristiano Ronaldo strikes shoot-out winner as Real Madrid crowned kings of Europe

Cristiano Ronaldo strikes shoot-out winner as Real Madrid crowned kings of Europe

Cristiano Ronaldo scored the decisive penalty in a 5-3 shoot-out victory after the final finished 1-1 following extra-time.

FIFA seeks two-year ban for ex-German football boss Wolfgang Niersbach

FIFA seeks two-year ban for ex-German football boss Wolfgang Niersbach

Niersbach, vice-president of the 2006 World Cup organising committee and current member of the FIFA Council and the UEFA executive committee, resigned from the German federation last November.

Shahid Kapoor to attend the UEFA Champions League Final with TEN Sports Network

Shahid Kapoor to attend the UEFA Champions League Final with TEN Sports Network

The UEFA Champions League finale will not only feature the likes of Ronaldo, Benzema, Torres but will also have Indian heartthrob, Shahid Kapoor, an ardent football fan create a magical night in Milan.

FIFA chief Gianni Infantino `very sad` for Michel Platini

FIFA chief Gianni Infantino `very sad` for Michel Platini

Platini, once the frontrunner to succeed Blatter as the most powerful man in the sport, said after the ruling he had no choice but to resign and would keep fighting in Swiss courts to prove his "probity."

Michel Platini quits as UEFA president after failing to overturn six-year ban

Michel Platini quits as UEFA president after failing to overturn six-year ban

The Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected the appeal saying it was not convinced about the "legitimacy" of the payment ordered by ex-FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

Michel Platini in court for make-or-break appeal at CAS

Michel Platini in court for make-or-break appeal at CAS

He has been sanctioned over an infamous two million $2 million payment he received in 2011 from then-FIFA president Blatter.

Liverpool's France defender Mamadou Sakho investigated over 'failed' doping test

Liverpool's France defender Mamadou Sakho investigated over 'failed' doping test

The Liverpool Echo reported that Sakho had tested positive after the Europa League round of 16 game against Manchester United on March 17.

Defiant Sepp Blatter regrets he did not reform FIFA

Defiant Sepp Blatter regrets he did not reform FIFA

Blatter spoke to more than 400 people at the University of Basel, where a student group has been preparing proposals on how FIFA should address the scandal.

Swiss police search UEFA headquarters in `Panama Papers` case

Swiss police search UEFA headquarters in `Panama Papers` case

Infantino was the head of UEFA`s legal department at the time and signed the contracts.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino 'dismayed' after name found in Panama Papers

FIFA president Gianni Infantino 'dismayed' after name found in Panama Papers

Reuters could not determine if the contract Infantino signed was related to the conduct underlying the indictments.
 

Panama Papers: FIFA officials, Michel Platini, Lionel Messi named in secret offshore files

Panama Papers: FIFA officials, Michel Platini, Lionel Messi named in secret offshore files

Documents also bring to light how some players use offshore companies to bank money from image rights deals.
 

Dnipro handed one-year European ban by UEFA

Last season`s Europa League runners-up Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk of Ukraine were handed a one-year European ban by UEFA on Thursday for breaching financial regulations.

Dnipro will sit out a season for any European tournament for which they may qualify in the next three years.

Sepp Blatter plans to attend 2018 World Cup as Vladimir Putin`s guest

Sepp Blatter plans to attend 2018 World Cup as Vladimir Putin`s guest

The 80-year-old is serving a six-year ban for a suspect $2 million dollar payment to UEFA boss Michel Platini.

Champions League set for two groups, 16 teams: Reports

Champions League set for two groups, 16 teams: Reports

According to reports, changes would see the top clubs guaranteed at least 14 money-spinning games against other leading sides.

Brussels attacks: Belgium moves international, UEFA has Euro 'contingency plans'

Brussels attacks: Belgium moves international, UEFA has Euro 'contingency plans'

Attacks on Brussels airport and the city metro left 31 people died.

France seizes documents in probe targeting Sepp Blatter

France seizes documents in probe targeting Sepp Blatter

Documents are connected with Blatter's infamous 2.0 million Swiss franc payment to UEFA's fallen president Platini. 

FIFA approve testing of video technology

FIFA approve testing of video technology

Infantino has previously admitted his concern that the flow of football should not be affected by the introduction of video.

UEFA named Theodore Theodoridis as interim general secretary

UEFA named Theodore Theodoridis as interim general secretary

It was believed that Theodoridis' promotion was affected to fill the power vacuum in UEFA after the suspension of Platini and Infantino's election to the FIFA top post.

FIFA scandal: Michel Platini files appeal against six-year ban to CAS

FIFA scandal: Michel Platini files appeal against six-year ban to CAS

Platini and former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter were banned for six years each over a two million dollar payment made by FIFA to the former France captain.