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FIFA backs women's football

The programme aims to provide all 211 member associations with a chance to apply for and access additional resources and specialist expertise

South Sudan to warm up with Cameroon before...

The Bright Stars players, who have never made it into the continental championship, have stepped up efforts to qualify and began training again Sunday...

Chelsea looking to build new dynasty with...

The Londoners have been among the Premier League's most active buyers in the close season in stark contrast to a year ago when they were subject to a FIFA...

FIFA launches programs to develop women's...

This comes a few weeks after FIFA announced the allocation of a $500,000 (sh1.8b) COVID-19 relief grant

Are bad netball courts causing player injuries?...

The lack of quality Netball courts has forced many clubs into training on the tarmac which has alarming repercussions on players' knees and ankles through...

FIFA intervenes in Ivorian election squabble...

The vote had turned into a soap opera marred by incessant infighting, attracting international attention because FIF had appeared to be trying to freeze...

FIFA chief Infantino claims he has 'nothing...

The special prosecutor has been investigating suspected collusion between Infantino and Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber, who resigned last month...

Premier League clubs vote against retaining...

Following the resumption of the 2019/20 campaign after the coronavirus shutdown, clubs were allowed to name nine substitutes and make five changes during...

Disquiet over FUFA's stance on relief funds...

FIFA in July availed $1m (sh3.7bn) of which 50% was specifically supposed to be for women football.

Infantino to 'respect' any ethics committee...

A Swiss special prosecutor has launched proceedings against Infantino, as part of an investigation into suspected collusion with the country's attorney...

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