FIFA stands for Fédération Internationale de Football Association. It is the governing body for world football/soccer, and it is the organizer of the World Cup championship soccer tournaments for men's and women's national teams. Its headquarters are located in Zürich, Switzerland.
Wherever possible, links to English-language sites are provided.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), located in Lausanne, Switzerland, hears and resolves cases involving sports-related disputes, including football/soccer disputes. It is independent from any sports-governing agency or organization. The types of disputes it resolves include commercial (such as player contracts) and disciplinary (such as doping).
To research CAS dispute decisions, use its Jurisprudence online database.
The Harvard Library also has several CAS-related titles in its collection.