Soccer's scandal-plagued global governing body Fifa on Friday said it has appointed PwC as its new auditors replacing KPMG, which stepped down from its position in June.
PwC's appointment will initially be valid until the
Adidas Football has unveiled its Speed of Light boots, a cutting-edge range released ahead of the start of the 2016/17 season.
Inspired by the colours created by the refraction of light during light speed experiments, the boots ar
Lionel Messi has said he is to retire from international soccer after Argentina were beaten 4-2 by Chile on penalties in the final of the Copa America on Sunday, the fourth time he has lost a final with the national side.
Munich Airport is again creating an authentic stadium experience for this year's European Championship by converting a section of the Munich Airport Center into an "Airport Arena".
Till July 10, all matches will be s
UAE-based telecom provider Du will be screening the live football matches of the UEFA Euro Cup 2016 at select stores throughout the country.
The telco has even redecorated areas of its stores with football themes as part of its co
Passengers travelling with the UEFA Euro's Official Airline Partner Turkish Airline will be able to watch live matches on-board and in lounges, while some will have the chance to win tickets to the tournament during their flight.
Medcare Orthopaedic and Spine Hospital, part of Aster DM Healthcare, has signed an agreement with LaLiga Middle East, a subsidiary of the Spanish Professional Football league, to be its official regional healthcare provider.
Senegal's Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura, a United Nations veteran, became the first woman to be named as secretary general of soccer's world governing body FIFA on Friday.
The 52-year-old, currently the UN Development Programm
Gianni Infantino vowed on Friday to lead Fifa out of years of corruption and scandal after the former UEFA general secretary was elected to succeed his Swiss compatriot Sepp Blatter as president of football's world governing body.
A former member of world soccer body Fifa's financial watchdog has been sentenced to seven years in prison in the Cayman Islands after being found guilty of fraud, his lawyer said.
Canover Watson, who was a member of Fifa'