Home Tags FIFA

Tag: FIFA

Lloyd and Messi are joined by 26 other superstar footballers from around the world who are collaborating with FIFA and WHO on their "Pass the message to kick out coronavirus" campaign.

Lionel Messi and Carli Lloyd headline list of 28 international soccer stars on new campaign to fight the coronavirus

In addition to collaborating with WHO on the project, FIFA has pledged $10 million in support of the WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Gianni Infantino introduced Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

The president of FIFA compared Donald Trump to a world-class athlete, saying he has the ‘same sort of fiber’ as the planet’s best so...

Gianni Infantino was introducing Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday when he made the comment.

Electronic Arts wants to make college sports games again, but the biggest obstacle is still the NCAA

It's been six years since Electronic Arts made a college sports game, but a new law in California is giving the company hope for a deal with the NCAA.
Marcelo Bielsa.

An Argentine soccer coach won FIFA’s annual Fair Play award just months after he was fined $248,000 for cheating

Marcelo Bielsa, who manages Leeds United, admitted the team spied on opponents back in February, but he still won FIFA's annual sportsmanship prize.

EA shares dropped after the gaming titan lost the rights to Ronaldo’s Juventus in FIFA 2020

FIFA 20 will replace Juventus soccer team with the fictional Piemonte Calcio, although the players will remain intact.

‘We have to love more. Hate less’: Megan Rapinoe delivered a powerful speech at the USWNT parade

Megan Rapinoe charged fans and all those listening with an important task: to unite and dispel intolerance.

26 celebrities who are calling for the USWNT to earn equal pay

The US Women's National Team are world champions once again, but they're paid only a fraction of the amount the men's team is paid.

How Alex Morgan went from an unknown college soccer player to US Soccer star and 2-time World Cup champion

The 30-year-old has developed into a household name and secured her second FIFA Women's World Cup victory during the 2019 tournament.

Here is the giant pay disparity between the U.S. Women’s National Team winning the World Cup vs. the men

The U.S. Women's National Team will make about $800,000 less than the U.S. Men's Team would for winning the World Cup. The FIFA prize money gap is even bigger.