In order to clarify the spin order of FeV2O4, 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy has been conducted by using a single crystal specimen. A measurement in applied magnetic field has been also conducted. By applying a slight compression in the sample plane, almost single domain state was achieved in the low temperature phases. The spectra consist of Fe2+ spectra ( 85%) and Fe2.5+ spectra ( 15%), corresponding to the A- and B-site Fe ions, respectively. The B-site spectrum well represents the local structure and the magnetic structure of V3+ ion on the B-site. Notable changes in the Mössbauer parameters are recognized at 140, 110, and 65 K, where the successive phase transitions take place. The feature well represents the orbital and spin order. In the orthorhombic phase below 110 K, Fe2+ and V3+ spins form a collinear ferrimagnetic order along the a-axis. Below 65 K in the low temperature tetragonal phase, however, both spins incline from the c-axis to form a canted ferrimagnetic structure. The canting angles are about 17° and 52° at 4.2 K for Fe2+ and V3+ spins, respectively.