HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, President of the Jordan Football Association and Vice-President of FIFA, has today published his Manifesto to reform football’s world governing body.
Jan. 21 – Cai Zhenhua takes over the Chinese Football Association at a difficult time.
Feb. 26 – Football Association invests in grassroots facilities … UEFA unveils free four-day football festival coming to London … More inside this Newsdesk …
Oct. 9 – English FA chief says British men won’t take the field at Rio 2016 Olympics… The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge open England’s new centre of excellence… Premier League clubs are raking in almost $200 million in shirt sponsorship revenue this season. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Sept. 14 – Wembley official denies the FA will entertain offers to rebrand iconic venue … Information security specialist to help FC Barcelona interact with supporters. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Aug. 9 – As rioting continues in the British capital, Olympics minister Hugh Robertson tells INSIDER the cancellation of England’s friendly with the Netherlands is a precaution specific to the sport of football … Reaction from English FA and players as well … INSIDER’s Mark Bisson and Christian Radnedge report.
July 29 – The Football League signs overseas rights distributor, official motor fuel partner… Another solar sponsor for Bundesliga… Euro 2012 signs bank, imaging equipment provider… Man City goes virtual.. English FA enlists BBC.
July 7 – The quarter-final line-up is set for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany… Seven suspects behind bars in Turkish match-fixing probe… New board member for English FA. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
June 16 – Budweiser buys title sponsorship of FA Cup in three-year deal estimated to be worth $40 million. Carlsberg extends partnership with FA to sponsor England team through 2014. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
May 31 – English FA chairman David Bernstein promises to propose a motion on Wednesday to postpone the FIFA presidential election, claiming his organisation has nothing to lose in standing up to Sepp Blatter. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Zurich.