FIFA Full Form “Fédération Internationale de Football Association,” which translates to “International Federation of Association Football” in English.
FIFA is the global governing body for the sport of football (soccer). It is responsible for organizing and overseeing international football competitions, setting the rules of the game, and promoting football worldwide. FIFA was founded on May 21, 1904, and its headquarters are located in Zurich, Switzerland.
As the governing body of football, FIFA is recognized as the authority for organizing the FIFA World Cup, which is the most prestigious and widely watched football tournament in the world. The FIFA World Cup is held every four years and brings together national teams from around the globe to compete for the coveted title of world champions.
In addition to the World Cup, FIFA also organizes other international competitions, such as the FIFA Women’s World Cup, FIFA U-20 World Cup, FIFA U-17 World Cup, and various continental championships.
FIFA plays a crucial role in promoting the development of football globally, supporting member associations, and investing in grassroots programs to nurture talent at the local level. The organization is committed to promoting the values of fair play, respect, and integrity within the sport and strives to ensure that football remains a unifying force for people of all ages and backgrounds.