The interactive FIFA Activity Report 2015 explores the full range of work that the administration of FIFA and the global football community has conducted around the world in 2015, in governance, competitions, football development, sustainability, medical issues and security matters.
While 2015 was undoubtedly a tough year for the institution, FIFA’s core operations continued apace, with first class international competitions and football development programmes promoting and growing the game all over the world.
From the record-breaking success of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ in Canada to new reforms for governance, 2015 had many highlights, which are laying the foundation for a brighter future for football.
Highlights from the latest FIFA Activity Report include:
- Most successful FIFA Women’s World Cup™ - Canada 2015
- Most-watched football match (men’s or women’s) in history in USA (25.4 million viewers)
- Entertaining FIFA Ballon d’Or: 190 territories reached
- Launch of the 2016 FIFA Reform Committee
- First edition of FIFA Women’s Football & Leadership conference in Zurich
- Global “No Barriers” TV ad campaign launched to promote FIFA’s Live Your Goals development initiative
- Pilot project to create new youth football leagues in Malawi commenced
- Sustainability strategy launched ahead of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™
- FIFA Anti-Discrimination Monitoring System introduced
- Tenth anniversary of the Football for Hope programme
- 20-year anniversary of the FIFA Medical Assessment & Research Centre (F-MARC)