Founded in 1904, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is the umbrella organisation of its members, currently 211 national football associations. Its main objectives, enshrined in its statutes, are to develop football around the world, to stage international competitions and to protect the integrity of football (against match manipulation, doping etc.).


FIFA is a truly diverse, modern and multicultural organisation and its primary purpose is to promote football. Over 800 people from 50 nations – 40 per cent of which are women, including the Secretary General – covering a wide variety of professional profiles, work to fulfil that purpose. FIFA’s headquarters are based in Zurich, Switzerland. We have other offices in Zurich, as well as temporary offices around the world.

We are 'living football' – we are committed to the game, to the people, to the planet and to the future. It is what we do. It is why we are here.

Our culture is shaped by fair play, team spirit, diversity, sustainability, transparency and innovation. We live by these values. Regardless of race, religion, national origin, colour, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or citizenship – we support diversity; indeed, we consider it to be key to our success.

We are looking for talented and motivated team members who would embrace these values every day, with purpose, passion and pride, in order to make a positive impact on the world of football and beyond.

We offer a unique and exciting work environment with great opportunities for your personal and professional development.





14 Jun, 2021
On the ball?   To support our Finance Division , FIFA is looking to recruit an Accounts Payable Assistant , 100%   Your duties   Managing payment orders and creditor invoices Processing and checking creditor invoices in the online workflow system Assisting with processing and checking employee credit cards and expenses claims Working on monthly and annual financial statements, including balance sheet reconciliation Regularly checking outstanding receivables Providing support with other tasks related to accounts payable and the general ledger Dealing with telephone and written enquiries   Our requirements   Completed commercial, business or equivalent training At least three to four years’ professional experience in accounting (financial accounting an advantage) Good oral and written skills...
08 Jun, 2021
On the ball?   To support our Finance Division , FIFA is looking to recruit a flexible and service-oriented person with the ability to work in a cross-divisional team as an Senior Event Controller, 100%   Your duties   Acting as the business partner of the Project Leaders of specific tournaments and events as agreed with the Head of Event Controlling Coordinating all budget owners involved on specific budget areas of specific tournaments and events as agreed with the Head of Event Controlling Supporting all FIFA divisions, FIFA Subsidiaries and the Local Organising Committees involved in tournaments in the establishment of their budget and forecasts across all tournaments and events Being the first point of contact for the Local Organising Committee or the FIFA Subsidiary of a specific Tournament for all budget matters Participating in the review of the budget assumptions on a...
28 May, 2021
On the ball?   To support our Commercial Division , FIF A is looking to recruit a customer service and solution oriented person as a Broadcaster Servicing Manager, 100%   Your duties   Account Management: FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ Manage dedicated portfolio of main Broadcast Partner and their sub-licensees’ accounts in Australia and New Zealand: SBS Australia, Sky New Zealand, TVNZ (others to come) Implement Broadcast Partner’s rights and enforce obligations Advise and support broadcaster events’ preparation Administer all branding and commercial requests Coordinate relationship with other FIFA departments   Project Management: FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ projects Main point of contact and close collaboration with Australian and New Zealand...