10 August 2020, Monday | 07:57pm


Malaysia fined RM211,000 by Fifa


KUALA LUMPUR: The FA of Malaysia (FAM) were slapped with a 50,000 Swiss franc (RM211,000) fine yesterday by Fifa over fan trouble (in violation of articles 16 and 26) in the national team’s pre-World Cup campaign.

UEFA urge European clubs to boycott countries banning women from stadiums


LJUBLJANA: UEFA has called on European teams to refuse to play matches in countries where women are banned from entering stadiums, the organisation’s president, Aleksander Ceferin (pix), said on Tuesday.

Graduan AMD bernilai RM209,605


KUALA LUMPUR: AS$50,000 atau RM209,605 untuk satu 'kepala'.

Schar collision sparks call for UEFA probe

Switzerland defender Fabian Schar says he cannot remember a collision that left him unconscious in a Euro 2020 qualifier at the weekend and the incident has sparked calls for an investigation into why he was allowed to return to the game.

France top new-style FIFA rankings, Germany slump to 15th

ZURICH (Reuters) - World champions France predictably shot to the top of the FIFA rankings published on Thursday while previous leaders Germany slumped to 15th after their humiliating first round

Fifa unveils Yashin-themed poster for Russia’s 2018 World Cup

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko attends a ceremony unveiling the Official Poster for the 2018 Fifa World Cup Russia in Moscow, November 28, 2017. — Reuters pic

2018 World Cup tickets to go on sale from Thursday - FIFA

A French fan holds a ticket before the start of the 2014 World Cup round of 16 game against Nigeria at the Brasilia national stadium in Brasilia, July 3, 2014.

All doping tests at Confederations Cup negative - FIFA

ZURICH: There were no positive doping tests at this summer's Confederations Cup in Russia, global football body FIFA said on Monday.