The draw for the knockouts of the 2022 World Cup is complete; tournament groups have been decided! Check out which teams are lined up to do battle in Qatar.
From March 23rd to the 29th, FIFA 2022 World Cup tickets will be back on sale on a first-come, first-served basis. Make sure you avoid disappointment; apply today!
Following consultations with UEFA and the affected football associations, FIFA has decided, "in the spirit of solidarity", to postpone the Scotland-Ukraine playoff.
After the first sales period for seats at the FIFA 2022 World Cup drew in 17 million applicants, the wait to see who successfully secured tickets is over.
The initial application phase for 2022 World Cup tickets has now closed; 17 million of us wait with bated breath to hear if our requests have been successful or not.
From January 19th to February 8th, fans can apply for 2022 World Cup tickets in an initial promotion - tickets to be allocated by early March.
Designed to capture your attention and create a connection, branding is essential to any event, especially one as loved as the FIFA World Cup.
Qatar aims to deliver an amazing World Cup, delighting fans and attracting new supporters. Even more important, however, is the event legacy - how Qatar will use the power of the football to benefit society beyond the game?
The up-and-coming World Cup in Qatar and the nation's efforts to improve worker's welfare recently received glowing praise from FIFA.
A collaborative agreement between the WHO, FIFA and Qatar’s Public Health Ministry looks set to strengthen efforts to safeguard health in 2022.
FIFA has announced that Russia will be suspended indefinitely from international football tournaments from today, including the European 2022 World Cup playoffs.
The August 2021 FIFA Ranking was recently released, and Qatar proved to be the most prominent climber leaping up the chart an impressive sixteen spots.
FIFA recently reiterated that a European Super League competition would not receive its recognition or that of the six continental football confederations.
February’s international football tournament will trial FIFA’s new concussion substitute rule to protect players from the consequences of multiple head blows.
The top man in football, Gianni Infantino, has coronavirus. So have many others in the industry, proving the spread of the virus has no boundaries.
FIFA’s President has given football fans hope for 2022; he believes that fans will be back in stadiums for the World Cup tournament kick-off.
FIFA's online #WorldCupAtHome campaign to support football fans during the COVID-19 pandemic earns a digital content award.