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FIFA NEWS: Flamengo and Al Hilal complete FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 line-up - November, 2019
Tickets currently on sale on FIFA.com - Brazil and Saudi Arabia will represent South America and Asia at the FIFA Club World Cup - Flamengo and Al Hilal will join Espérance Sportive de Tunis , Monterrey , Hienghčne Sport , Liverpool FC and hosts Al-Sadd SC in fighting for the right to wear the FIFA World Champions badge for the next year

FIFA NEWS: Kaka visits Home of FIFA: “The key is to have an impact on people’s lives” - November, 2019
The 2002 FIFA World Cup winner met with FIFA President Gianni Infantino and held discussions with various FIFA experts to get an insight into FIFA’s overall work on matters such as football innovation, digital transformation and media operations

FIFA NEWS: China 2 Host New Club World Cup in 2021 - Cardiff City FC must pay FC Nantes 4 Emiliano Sala - November, 2019
The New Club World Cup tournament will be played between June and July 2021 - Cardiff City FC must pay FC Nantes the sum of EUR 6,000,000 for the transfer of the late Emiliano Sala

FIFA NEWS: Education City Stadium to host FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 final - October, 2019
Brand-new FIFA World Cup 2022 venue primed for one semi-final, third-place play-off and grand finale - Khalifa International and Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium to host remaining matches - Match schedule, including kick-off times, now available on FIFA.com

FIFA NEWS: FIFA & Football Stakeholders Recommend Cap on Agents’ Commissions & Limit on Loans - September, 2019
Establishment of a cap on agents’ commissions (10% of the transfer fee for agents of releasing clubs, 3% of the player’s remuneration for player agents and 3% of the player’s remuneration for agents of engaging clubs); limitation of multiple representation to avoid conflicts of interest

FIFA NEWS: 55 names revealed for FIFA FIFPro Men's World11 2019 - September, 2019
55 names in the running for FIFA FIFPro Men's World11 2019 - Thousands of professional players voted around the globe - All of last year's FIFA FIFPro World11 return as candidates

FIFA NEWS: African qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup 2022 live on FIFA.com and YouTube - September, 2019
African qualifiers traditionally provide plenty of surprises and memorable matches. Four of the five African teams at Germany 2006 were debutants at the global finals, including Angola and Togo, who each enter the fray for Qatar 2022

FIFA NEWS: Ten candidates revealed for FIFA Puskás Award - August, 2019
Who will succeed 2018’s winner Mohamed Salah in taking home the coveted crown this year? The ten-goal shortlist for the best goal of the year has been revealed. Voting is open until Monday 1 September (at midnight CET)

FIFA NEWS: FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura Appointed “FIFA General Delegate for Africa” - June, 2019
To oversee operational management of CAF, including governance and administrative procedures- To ensure the efficient and professional organisation of all CAF competitions - To support the growth and development of football in all countries and regions of CAF

FIFA NEWS: Zvonimir Boban leaving FIFA to become AC Milan’s Chief Football Officer - June, 2019
The 50-year-old Croatian has been working as FIFA’s Deputy Secretary General (Football) and as an advisor to the FIFA President on strategic football matters since 2016 - During his spell at FIFA, Zvonimir has been involved in many reforms that are set to leave a mark on football history and that have helped to restore the organisation’s image

FIFA NEWS: Qatar to Host FIFA Club World Cup in 2019 and 2020 - June, 2019
Tournaments to serve as test events for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - FIFA administration to recommend potential hosts of 2021 revamped edition at next Council meeting - Amended regulations reinforce zero tolerance of racism and sexual abuse

FIFA NEWS: Gianni Infantino is re-elected as FIFA President until 2023 - June, 2019
The ninth president in the history of the organisation was first elected at an Extraordinary Congress in February 2016 and now starts his first full four-year term of office after running unopposed and being elected by acclamation by FIFA’s 211 member associations

FIFA NEWS: FIFA and the Chinese FA Join Forces - April, 2019
To further develop football in the country - The Memorandum of Understanding crystallises FIFA’s and the CFA’s willingness to work together to enhance football structures, management and technical aspects related to football in China

FIFA NEWS: Over 720,000 tickets sold and only 49 days to go until France 2019 kicks off - April, 2019
Excitement is building across the competition’s nine Host Cities of Grenoble, Le Havre, Lyon, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Reims, Rennes and Valenciennes as the big kick-off draws closer, with Reims and Rennes staging special events to celebrate the 49-day milestone

FIFA NEWS: Chelsea FC, The Football Association Sanctioned for International Transfers of Minors - February, 2019
Chelsea was found to have breached art. 19 of the Regulations in the case of twenty-nine (29) minor players and to have committed several other infringements relating to registration requirements for players

FIFA NEWS: FIFA’s Big 5 Transfer Window Analysis: $642.8m January outlay on international transfers - February, 2019
The winter 2019 edition of FIFA’s Big 5 Transfer Window Analysis is now available. The report is a summary of activity in the International Transfer Matching System (ITMS) by clubs from England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain (“the Big 5”) during this year’s January registration period

FIFA NEWS: FIFA Women’s World Cup Rights for 2019-22 - January 2019
The agreement with MEDIAPRO, the prominent European media organisation, will ensure that football fans in Spain receive comprehensive coverage of all upcoming FIFA events, including a dedicated 24/7 channel in Spain for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

FIFA NEWS: More than Half the World Watched Record-breaking 2018 World Cup - January 2019
More than half the world watched record-breaking 2018 FIFA World Cup - Audit shows a record 3.572 billion people watched the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia on TV at home, out of home or on digital platforms - The final was seen live by a combined 1.12 billion viewers worldwide


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