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What is on the FIFA Congress agenda?

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA finds 2018 World Cup workers suffered human rights abuses - reports

The Zenit Arena is a 68,000-capacity stadium in St Petersburg.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has acknowledged the "appalling labour conditions" North Korean workers endured during the construction of a Russia 2018 World Cup stadium, in a letter reported by The Guardian and The Times.

Infantino's letter -- first obtained by the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet -- was reportedly written to the presidents of the Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Icelandic Football Associations presidents dated May 22.

Regarding the Zenit Arena in St Petersburg, the letter read: "During...

Manchester City, FIFA team up for CAS appeal by Velez Sarsfield

Manchester City players celebrate after Gabriel opened the scoring for his team against West Brom.
Velez Sarsfield complained to FIFA last year that City broke rules preventing trafficking of minors.

Manchester City and FIFA will be on the same side of an appeal case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

CAS says an appeal by Argentine club Velez Sarsfield to challenge the transfer of teenager Benjamin Garre will be heard on July 3.

Velez complained to FIFA last year that City broke rules preventing trafficking of minors by signing Garre after he turned 16.

The Premier League club said they could register Garre with the English Football Association and FIFA because he had an Italian passport.

FIFA...

Russia set to reclaim a seat on FIFA Council

FIFA president Gianni Infantino expects Russia to stage a successful 2018 World Cup.

Russia is set to reclaim the spot on the FIFA Council stripped from the country's deputy prime minister.

UEFA says 2018 World Cup organising committee CEO Alexei Sorokin is the only applicant to fill Vitaly Mutko's seat.

Sorokin must pass an eligibility test by a FIFA review panel to be the candidate for a Sept. 20 vote.

Mutko, who is also the chairman of the World Cup organising committee, was blocked by the FIFA panel because of a conflict with his government duties.

However, a seat on the FIFA...

St. Petersburg stadium getting new pitch ahead of Confederations Cup

Germany head coach Joachim Low sets his sights on Confederations and World Cup success.
Gab Marcotti joins Alison Bender to discuss if the future of the Confederations Cup is in jeopardy.

MOSCOW -- Russian organizers are hurrying to lay a new field at the St. Petersburg stadium which will host the final of the Confederations Cup.

With less than a month to go until the tournament kicks off, the 68,000-seat St. Petersburg Stadium requires its third pitch following severe technical problems with the first two.

Organizers have started the "active phase" of laying a new pitch and it should be finished by June 2, Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko told Russian agency R-Sport. That's 15...

FIFA to use Hawk-Eye video review system in three tournaments

A Video Assistant Referee system.

FIFA has chosen the Hawk-Eye Innovations video review system to help referees at three tournaments this year.

World football's governing body has said the British firm will work at the Under-20 World Cup in South Korea from Saturday as well as the Confederations Cup in Russia and the Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

At least 11 technology companies were in trials with FIFA last year, although the decision announced Friday appears to favour Hawk-Eye for the 2018 World Cup if a contract...

Two members of FIFA oversight panel leave in wake of chairman's removal

Mimi Fawaz catches up with new members of CAF's administration at the 67th FIFA Congress in Bahrain.

GENEVA -- In a further blow to FIFA's image under President Gianni Infantino, two more respected members of its governance oversight panel have left following the removal of their chairman last week.

Navi Pillay, the former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and corporate human rights expert Ron Popper, have resigned, FIFA said on Wednesday.

Their move follows the exit of Miguel Maduro, a Portuguese lawyer and former government minister.

"The world of football still hasn't realized...