Leading European clubs have voiced their opposition to Gianni Infantino's proposed 48-team World Cup.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino looks set to increase the size of the World Cup, but whether this will in the interests of the tournament remains to be seen.
World Cup qualification induces "football euphoria" in the countries that make it, argues Fifa chief Gianni Infantino.
If Gianni Infantino can bring about the change he promises, football will be in a much healthier state in four years time.
Fifa president dismisses claims that the expansion would ultimately dilute the quality of the competition.
Fifa secretary backs idea of countries going home after playing just one match.
Increase to 40 teams and the likehihood of co-hosted World Cup finals are on Fifa's agenda.
Fifa president has agreed a pay deal for less than the figure he described as 'insulting' earlier this year.
Fifa president repeats election pledge of expanded World cup comprising 40 teams.
Fifa president finds himself mired in fresh controversy over alleged intervention in Uefa election.