The FIFA Quality Programme for Football Turf has replaced the football turf pitches at the Home of FIFA. Through this process FIFA demonstrates what the recycling process could look like in the future.
Certifying stadiums in accordance with sustainable standards is an important aim for the tournament organisers: building sporting arenas in lie with ‘green standards’ not only reduces their impact on the environment but also, to a great extent, determines usage in the future, including a decrease in the use of water and energy. With just over four months remaining until the start of the tournament, the Luzhniki Stadium has received a final certificate of pass from international green standard BREEAM.
Instructors and grassroots experts from around the world are together in Doha this week as FIFA prepares to roll out new technical development programs with children.
1:00 pm - Swiss Round 1
2:15 pm - Swiss Round 2
3:30 pm - Swiss Round 3
4:45 pm - Swiss Round 4
6:00 pm - Swiss Round 5
7:15 pm - Swiss Round 6
We remember the late Hugh Masekela, who features in this clip from the FIFA Official Film "The Journey" a review of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. He was known as "the father of South African Jazz" and here he joins others such as Desmond Tutu to express the joy the country felt during the summer of 2010.
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Find out about the variety of educational offers at the FIFA World Football Museum by watching this fun and informative animated video.
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With England's amazing 2017 drawing to a close, FIFA headed to the Three Lions' national football centre at St George's Park to talk to their two World Cup-winning managers from this calendar year: U-20 coach Paul Simpson and U-17 coach Steve Cooper.
Real Madrid have become the first side to retain the FIFA Club World Cup, earning a 1-0 win over Gremio to lift the title at UAE 2017.
A second-half strike from Cristiano Ronaldo was enough to hand the Madrid giants victory, having dominated the encounter with the South American champions in Abu Dhabi on Saturday evening.
Pachuca clinched bronze at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017 after a earning a 4-1 win over Al Jazira at Abu Dhabi’s Zayed Sports City Stadium.
Second-half strikes from Franco Jara, Roberto De La Rosa and Angelo Sagal were enough to earn the four-time participants their best-ever finish, having seen Khalfan Alrezzi initially cancel out Jonathan Urretaviscaya’s opener.
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