The Court of Arbitration for Sport has granted an appeal by the Chilean FA against FIFA's decision to allow Ecuador to play at the World Cup
Inaki Williams' first real Ghana game lacked a fairy-tale ending, but it was a perfect night for him and his brother Nico, who will represent Spain.
Rights group Open Stadiums have called on FIFA to throw Iran out of the World Cup in Qatar because of the country's treatment of women.
As protests continue after the death of a young Iranian woman, will national team players be free to express their views at the World Cup?
Jesus "Tecatito" Corona and Wolves' Raul Jimenez are struggling with injury, but who is in the running for Mexico's 26-man World Cup roster?
We present a status report for each of Africa's five Qatar-bound teams, including the key areas they need to improve.
Mexico manager Gerardo "Tata" Martino hit back at criticism after his team failed to hold onto a 2-0 lead in a 3-2 friendly loss to Colombia.
The USMNT has no more games between now and November's World Cup, so after the latest international break, who do we like to go to Qatar 2022?
Denmark will wear kits at the World Cup that protest the human rights record of Qatar, with a black option, which was unveiled on Wednesday.
Each week, we take a look at the World Cup favourites to see how they are shaping up and also check in with other nations as the finals draw near.
USMNT manager Gregg Berhalter said there "weren't many players who performed up to their level" in the just concluded international window.
A banana was thrown from the crowd at Brazil players celebrating a goal in a friendly against Tunisia in Paris on Tuesday.
Recent games against New Zealand gave us a chance to assess the Socceroos before the World Cup rolls around. Here's how the squad shapes up.
South America's World Cup-bound sides were in action on Monday. What did we glean from performances from Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, and Uruguay?
Qatar has called up hundreds of civilians for mandatory military service at World Cup stadiums, according to a source and documents seen by Reuters.
The FIFPRO union and World Leagues Forum signed an agreement at the U.N. on Monday they say will "stabilize the professional football environment."
Raheem Sterling said England's players must take responsibility for their poor form ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The likes of Sam Vines and Mark McKenzie, who are fighting for those final World Cup roster spots, are trying not to buckle under that pressure.