Reforming FIFA

Having football's governing body headquartered in Zurich has been both a benefit and bane to Switzerland. With Swiss president Sepp Blatter suspended, swissinfo.ch looks back at his legacy and the challenges now facing the organisation.  

The rise and fall of Sepp Blatter
Beckenbauer has admitted making mistakes but has denied any wrongdoing
Blatter stood down as president of FIFA in 2015

FIFA Blatter back in Swiss court

Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter appeared before the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) in Lausanne on Thursday to appeal against ...

'The camera's here, Mr President...' Barack Obama, Sepp Blatter and former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who was later indicted by the US for wire fraud, racketeering and money laundering, in the Oval Office in 2009
Sepp Blatter continues to proclaim his innocence
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Governing FIFA in Switzerland
Anne Brasseur heads a working group examining good governance of sports organisations 
FIFA is about to make the World Cup a bigger and, it hopes, richer event
Workers walk in May 2015 to the Al-Wakra Stadium worksite being built for the 2022 World Cup in Doha
The museum was opened to great fanfare earlier in 2016
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Blatter has headed FIFA since 1998

Football focus Making amateur footballers better

A start-up company in canton Vaud has developed a device to track amateur footballers' movements and performance on the pitch. (SRF/swissinfo.ch) ...