FIFA.com sat down with the FIFA World Cup's record goalscorer, and 2014 winner, Miroslav Klose to talk about his World Cup experiences, the tournament in Russia and his record.
FIFA.com sat down with defender Leonardo Bonucci, recently named a member of the FIFA FIFPro World11 2017, to to look ahead to Italy's crunch FIFA World Cup play-off against Sweden.
From one French icon to another, we chat with former Les Bleus star Luis Fernandez on one of his successors, Zinedine Zidane, with the UEFA EURO 1984 winner being full of praise for the Real Madrid boss and tipping him for awards success.
In the second part of his exclusive interview with FIFA.com, Nacho Fernadez talks about his strong ties to Los Merengues and outlines the team's ambitions for the UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup.
Spain and Real Madrid defender Nacho Fernandez speaks to FIFA.com about the "absolutely vital" upcoming qualifier against Italy and why he has always had a passion for stopping goals rather than scoring them.
During his visit to St. Petersburg to celebrate 100 days to the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017, Brazil legend Cafu spoke with FIFA.com about the approaching festival of football in Russia and the best moments of his career.
Spanish FIFA World Cup-winning captain Carles Puyol gave his impressions on Russia's preparations for the FIFA Confederations Cup and spoke about his expectations for the upcoming tournament in an interview with FIFA.com.
FIFA.com spoke exclusively with USA's FIFA Women's World Cup-winning coach Jill Ellis about the Stars and Stripes' disappointing 2016, integrating new players into the side, handling the pressure that comes with the job and more.
Atletico Madrid and France striker Antoine Griezmann spoke exclusively to FIFA.com about his 2016, a year of highs and lows for him, and looked ahead to fresh challenges.
Ecuador and Rostov midfielder Cristhian Noboa caught up with FIFA.com to talk about his transition into Russian culture and Russia 2018 Host Cities Kazan, Moscow and Rostov-on-Don.
FIFA.com spoke exclusively to Silvia Neid, former Germany women's national team manager, after claiming The Best FIFA Women’s Coach for 2016.
After an incredible 2016 with Leicester City, defying the odds to win the English Premier League title, manager Claudio Ranieri was commended by receiving The Best FIFA Men's Coach 2016 award. After, he exclusively spoke to FIFA.com.
FIFA.com caught up with 1998 FIFA World Cup winner Bixente Lizarazu, who offers invaluable insight into former national team-mate and The Best FIFA Men’s Coach 2016 nominee Zinedine Zidane.
The Brazilian finalist for The Best FIFA Women’s Player 2016 talks to FIFA.com about the importance of having women in the awards and what it feels like to be named Player of the Year.
Tennis star Gael Monfils speaks to FIFA.com about his love of football and PSG in particular, his admiration for Arsene Wenger and why he has "a weakness" for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Former Real Madrid and Spain coach Vicente del Bosque spoke to FIFA.com about his favourites for The Best FIFA Football Awards™, his relationship with some of the nominees and the growth in popularity of the women’s game.
Atletico Nacional forward Miguel Borja started scoring goals as soon as he arrived at the Colombian giants and he has not slowed down. Borja spoke with FIFA.com about his upbringing in Tierralta and what inspires him, ahead of the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016.
The new Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman talks about his FIFA World Cup memories, succeeding Robbie Keane as skipper and his hopes for the future.
When your father is a high-ranking military man, things like discipline and respect tend to be integral parts of your upbringing. That was certainly the case for Ecuador midfielder Cristhian Noboa.
Denmark legend Brian Laudrup, who was a key component in their most successful period in history, reflects on reaching the quarter-finals of 1998 FIFA World Cup France, as well as winning UEFA EURO 1992 and the 1995 FIFA Confederations Cup.
We catch up with Dutch playmaker Rafael van der Vaart, discussing his new stage of career in Denmark, looking back on the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Final and gives his views on the current state of the Netherlands side.
In an exclusive interview with FIFA.com, Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez talks about his new challenge with Les Diables Rouges, including insight about his assistant coach Thierry Henry.
Currently preparing to face Bulgaria and the Netherlands in the qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, Moussa Sissoko spoke to FIFA.com about his eventful summer.
We have an exclusive interview with Spain's new manager Julen Lopetegui about the challenge he and his team face in qualifying for Russia, life away from football and who would win in a cycle race between him and Luis Enrique!
A freshly-crowned European champion, the Portuguese winger chats to FIFA.com about winning the continental title, the next FIFA World Cup, his recent move to Valencia and a past plagued with obstacles and hard work to overcome them.
FIFA.com speaks to Peter McParland about his goalscoring exploits at the 1958 FIFA World Cup, a tournament which saw minnows Nothern Ireland become the then-smallest nation to qualify for the global finals.
French basketball star Nando de Colo looks back on his footballing childhood, the players who left a mark on him and ahead to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia - with him currently playing his trade at CSKA Moscow.
In an exclusive interview with FIFA.com, 2010 FIFA World Cup-winning coach Vicente del Bosque talks Spain successes, his thankfulness for the job done by predecessor Luis Aragones, his optimism surrounding the legacy he himself leaves and a firm vote of confidence for his yet-to-be confirmed successor.
FIFA.com spoke to Joel Bats, who entered the annals of French football thanks to his performance in the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico quarter-final against Brazil, to speak about his fondest footballing memories, including a triumph at UEFA European Championship 1984.
Aime Jacquet, who led France to FIFA World Cup glory on home soil in 1998, speaks to FIFA.com about the pressure of being hosts, the job being done by the current coach and his former captain, and Les Bleus' chances against Germany.
FIFA.com spoke with Shinji Okazaki to hear about his experiences with Leicester City, and Japan's prospects of qualifying for Russia 2018 via a tough group.
In an exclusive interview with FIFA.com, Côte d’Ivoire's Gervinho talks adapting to life in China, the return of Les Éléphants to the top table of African football and the current African qualifying campaign for Russia 2018.
Still regarded as one of the most dramatic games in FIFA World Cup history, France and Brazil's epic quarter-final at Mexico 1986 went all the way to a shoot-out, which Les Bleus striker Bruno Bellone recalled with FIFA.com.
Former Croatia and AC Milan midfielder Zvonimir Boban was in Moscow recently alongside FIFA President Gianni Infantino. FIFA.com took the opportunity to ask him about the future of both Croatian and Russian football.
A FIFA Men’s Football Coach of the Year nominee in 2015, Jorge Sampaoli discussed his unique career with FIFA.com. Proud of his past and content with the present, the Argentinian has high hopes for the future.
A two-time FIFA World Cup participant with Nigeria, Daniel Amokachi talks to FIFA.com about his first managerial role in Europe, adapting to life in Finland since leaving Nigeria and his memories of winning Olympic gold at Atlanta 1996.
FIFA.com spoke to USA goalkeeper Hope Solo about her first encounter with football legend Mia Hamm, her own performances so far, her desire for perfection and another gold medal.
France and Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris sat down with FIFA.com to discuss his position, responsibilities and ambitions ahead of his captaining his country at UEFA EURO 2016 on home soil.
Ahead of this summer’s Men's Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016, FIFA.com caught up with Stuart Pearce to get some of his insight into the Olympic football experience and to relive some of his memories coaching Team GB at London 2012.
FIFA.com spoke with Horst Hrubesch, who will be leading Germany at their first Olympic Football Tournament since 1988.
Does a 37-year-old footballer still have dreams? Claudio Pizarro certainly does. FIFA.com caught up with the captain of the Peru national team to discuss qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and his secret to staying fit.
FIFA.com caught up with former Manchester United assistant coach Rene Meulensteen to see where life has taken him in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era and to learn about his passion for coaching.
As new FIFA President Gianni Infantino begins life in his new role, he sat down for an interview on his first day in the office to talk fans, the FIFA World Cup and the future of football.
FIFA.com spoke with sports psychologist Bill Beswick to learn about his journey and his vision for psychology and mental development to play as big a role in football as technical and tactical development.
During his first day in office, Monday 29 February, FIFA President Gianni Infantino gave an exclusive interview to FIFA.com at the Home of FIFA in Zurich.
The Brazilian full-back spoke fully and frankly with FIFA.com on his brushes with the press, the key to Barcelona’s success, Brazilian football and a future linked to gastronomy, music or fashion: “I only do what I’m passionate about.”
Ahead of his 50th birthday the legendary playmaker, who appeared at four FIFA World Cups™, granted an exclusive interview to FIFA.com, in which he looks back at the five decades of his life.
FIFA.com spoke to Denmark coach Age Harried about taking on his latest challenge, preparation for FIFA World Cup qualifiers, the changes in football over his years in management and much more.
In an exclusive interview with FIFA.com, Nadine Angerer recalls winning the 2013 FIFA Women's Player of the Year, her iconic penalty save against Marta in the 2007 Women's World Cup final and talks about her new role as a goalkeeping coach.
Something of a pioneer for progress in German football, we spoke to Gerald Asamoah on the pride of being the nation's first black player, the challenges it brought and his involvement in helping the current influx of refugees.
Prolific PSV striker Luuk de Jong speaks to FIFA.com about reviving his career, Champions League success and the challenge of restoring the Netherlands after their failure to qualify for the EURO.