Italian football clubs Lazio, Genoa, Lecce and eight players, including Lazio captain Stefan Mauri, will face charges related to match-fixing.
Dutch football club Feyenoord’s plans to build a new stadium has been thrown into doubt after failing to gain the support of Democrats 66 (D66) councillors.
The newly-established Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) has announced David Longmuir’s exit, following his failed bid to become its chief executive.
American investment company Club 9 Sports is reportedly planning to submit a bid to buy Scottish football club Hearts.
Hugh Robertson, UK minister for sport and tourism, has been added to list of speakers at the Leaders in Football conference taking place on October 9-10 at the home of English Premier League club Chelsea.
Arsenal’s revamped Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system played a key role in Emirates’ recent sponsorship renewal with the English Premier League club
The Wasserman Media Group has announced that Manchester United player Ryan Giggs has joined the agency.
Barry Town United and Llanelli Football Club’s bids to regain Welsh League status have failed after the Football Association of Wales (FAW) refused to reconsider the issue.
Qatar is set to invest over $200 billion in construction projects ahead of its staging of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, according to a report by Deloitte.
Bankrupt Bulgarian football club CSKA Sofia is reportedly close to being taken over by business group Red Champions.
President of Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Jeffrey Webb has stated the region is determined to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Two Serie A players have been banned for three months and 10 days and fined €10,000 in the latest development in Italian football’s long-running match-fixing scandal.
Atlas president Eugenio Ruiz Orozco has announced that the Mexican football club is on the verge of financial collapse.
English Championship football club Reading has appointed Ben Wells as its commercial director.