Region: Trinidad and Tobago

Former Concacaf executive to be extradited to the US

In 2015, Jack Warner was named among nine Fifa officials and five executives in a 47-count indictment accusing them of enriching themselves through the corruption of international football.

17 November 2022

Trinidad and Tobago introduces UWOs

15 April 2019

Garcia report reveals the investigation that Fifa ignored

Fifa dismissed actionable evidence that its executives solicited bribes from countries bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, a year before it opened a probe into similar misconduct.

03 July 2017

Jack Warner extradition proceedings delayed

Fifa’s former vice president Jack Warner, who is wanted in the US for money laundering and bribery charges after allegedly accepting millions of dollars' worth of bribes during his time at the world football organisation, has won a judicial review of the extradition process against him, according to reports.

11 December 2015

Jack Warner claims political bias in extradition fight

Fifa’s former vice president, Jack Warner, who is wanted in the US for money-laundering and bribery charges after allegedly accepting millions of dollars' worth of bribes during his time at Fifa between 1990 and 2011, has said the extradition proceeding against him in Trinidad and Tobago is politically biased, according to reports.

30 November 2015

Switzerland to investigate Fifa Caribbean TV contracts

Swiss authorities are investigating how world football governing body Fifa awarded television rights contracts for the 2010 and 2014 World Cups to the Caribbean Football Union for a fraction of their value, according to reports.

17 September 2015

Trinidad and Tobago to emulate UK anti-corruption plan

Trinidad and Tobago’s Integrity Commission wants to implement its own version of the UK’s recently published Anti-Corruption Plan to improve its rating on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index.

26 January 2015

FIFA, Qatar and jurisdiction

A Qatar company has been accused of paying the former FIFA vice president Jack Warner and his family almost US$2 million shortly after the Middle Eastern country won the right to host the 2022 World Cup.

20 March 2014

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