FIFA president Sepp Blatter will resign, he announced at a press conference Tuesday. Blatter has called an "extraordinary congress" to elect a new president.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Friday at the FIFA Congress in Zurich was re-elected for a fifth term at the position. After failing to garner a two-third's majority in the first vote, Blatter won the election after his opponent Prince Ali of Jordan conceded before a second vote ...read more
Embattled outgoing FIFA chief Sepp Blatter will not seek a third, eight-year term as a member of the International Olympic Committee. ...read more
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati said Thursday that he thinks an upset is possible in Friday's FIFA presidential election and that underdog challenger Prince Ali bin-al-Hussein of Jordan could topple Sepp Blatter to end his 17-year reign atop FIFA. ...read more
FIFA president Sepp Blatter issued a statement saying he "welcomes" the corruption investigation into the organization being conducted by U.S. and Swiss authorities. ...read more
FIFA president Sepp Blatter said Tuesday that it is not the organization's responsibility to protect the welfare of workers building stadiums for the 2022 World Cup. According to a Guardian report, more than 4,000 workers are projected to die before the tournament begins. ...read more
According to the New York Times and ABC News, FIFA president Sepp Blatter is the target of a federal corruption probe. ...read more