FIFA World Cup 2018 Corruption

FIFA: Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini Suspended Eight Years After Ethics Investigation

FIFA president Sepp Blatter and UEFA boss Michel Platini were suspended for eight years after an ethics committee investigation looked into financial transactions connected to the two powerful football figures.read more

World Cup Qualifiers: USA Draws With Trinidad and Tobago, Tied For Group Lead

The United States played to a scoreless draw with Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night in 2018 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying following a win over St. Vincent and the Grenadines.read more

World Cup Qualifier Results: USA Wins Over St. Vincent and the Grenadines

The United States Men's National Soccer Team started off 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying with a victory over St. Vincent and the Grenadines with a 6-1 win at Busch Stadium on Friday night.read more

World Cup 2018 News: Qualification Draw and Qualifier Matches Set

The World Cup 2018 tournament will be in Russia and the qualification draw is now set for the event after picks this weekend and qualifiers will start later in 2015 for CONCACAF, UEFA and CONMEBOL teams and the United States has a solid group and should get through without any issues.read more

England Ready For World Cup 2022 If Qatar Stripped of Event

The FIFA scandal that force Sepp Blatter to step down as president could also spark some other major moves, as reports have the 2022 World Cup potentially getting stripped from Qatar due to corruption charges and accusations of bribes and if that happens, England is ready to step in and take over the event.read more

Sepp Blatter To Resign As FIFA President After Corruption Scandal

Sepp Blatter announced Tuesday that he would resign as FIFA president after the corruption scandal rocked the organization last week ahead of his re-election and now more indictments could be possible in the case and the entire executive committee could be reformed under new leadership.read more

Sepp Blatter Re-Elected As FIFA President After Corruption Arrests

Despite the arrests of numerous top officials in the organization under his watch, Sepp Blatter was re-elected as FIFA's president on Friday, defeating Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan after he received 133 votes and this comes after a major scandal that has rocked the soccer world.read more

FIFA Officials Arrested On Corruption Charges, Accused of Bribes To Influence World Cup, Sepp Blatter Not Charged

Swiss authorities have arrested a number of FIFA officials in Switzerland in an early morning sweep that came after charges that were backed from an F.B.I. investigation that included bribery issues, World Cup bid corruption, bribes involving marketing and more, although so far president Sepp Blatter has not been charged.read more

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