FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb, who was on Wednesday arrested in Zurich for alleged racketeering, conspiracy and corruption, has enjoyed a rapid rise to the upper echelons of world football since becoming president of the Cayman Islands Football Association 24 years ago.
FA chairman Greg Dyke has questioned whether Friday’s FIFA presidential election should go ahead following the "very serious" arrest of seven officials at a Zurich hotel on Wednesday morning.
RANGERS eye bid for Hibs star Scott Allan; six senior Fifa officials are arrested in Zurich; Nadir Ciftci has two-week wait to learn his fate from the SFA, plus more news and gossip in Wednesday’s Rumour Mill
Six football officials are arrested at a hotel in Zurich, Switzerland, over corruption charges at governing body Fifa, officials say.
• President looks set to be re-elected after vote on Friday • New poll shows football fans oppose extension of his tenure • Prince Ali reports ‘criminal approach’ offering 47 Fifa votes and information In and around Zurich’s finest hotels they are going through a familiar ritual. The re
BBC Sport's John Bennett explains how the next president of Fifa will be elected in Zurich on 29 May.
FIFA will hold the Third FIFA Medical Conference in Zurich and all the panels and discussions will be streamed live on FIFA.com , starting this Wednesday, 27 May, at 09:00 local time (CET).
The agenda for the extraordinary FIFA Executive Committee meeting, which will take place on 30 May 2015 at the Home of FIFA in Zurich, is now available on FIFA.com.