It's all but settled that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar won't take place in the summer.
U.S. bid for 2022 World Cup fell short, but bid for 2026 event would likely be successful, Blatter said.
Now in the hands of FIFA's judiciary committee, the report could lead to sanctions. But it probably won't result in the 2018 and 2022 World Cups getting taken away from Russia or Qatar.
Lithuania and Estonia -- two countries that border Russia, but most likely wouldn't field a team in the 2018 tournament -- are the most enthusiastic about a boycott.
FIFA, meanwhile, continues to stand by the plan to install artificial turf in all the World Cup venues.
New research shows that if the tournament takes place in the height of the Middle Eastern summer, even spectators will be in danger.
The 74-year-old says the referee's "wrongdoings" in the Colombia vs. Brazil World Cup quarterfinal hurt the country's morale.
Goalkeeper is accused of striking two of her relatives in a domestic dispute.
After 137 caps, 71 goals and one World Cup title, the Polish-born German player is ready to hang it up for the national team.
This goal might even be prettier than Robin Van Persie's full layout from this summer.