Football’s governing body UEFA has halved Malaga’s suspension from all European competitions in line with financial fair play rules.
AS Monaco has filed two legal suits against the French Football League (LFP) in a tax dispute that has sparked calls from Ligue 1 clubs to stop Monaco from entering the top flight.
Manchester City is due to announce a £50 million redevelopment project that will boost capacity at the club’s Etihad Stadium by 6,000 seats.
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) vice-president Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah has revealed talks are underway for a possible joint bid from the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries for the 2034 FIFA World Cup.
English Premier League football club Fulham has announced a new “long-term” kit partnership with Adidas.
FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke has backtracked on comments that Sao Paulo could be stripped of World Cup host city status by guaranteeing that it will retain its key position at next year’s tournament.
The Swiss government is proposing to tighten anti-corruption laws, citing international sporting federations based in the country as targets of the suggested changes.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has stated this morning that he will follow executive chairman Nicola Cortese out of the club if he decides to leave.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has admitted that hosting the 2022 World Cup in the heat of a Qatari summer is not “rational or reasonable”.
Russian Premier League football club Zenit St. Petersburg had its appeal against a technical defeat rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sport today.
The president of Rio de Janeiro’s Court of Justice, Leila Mariano, has overturned the suspension of the awarding of the operating rights of the Maracana stadium to sports and entertainment company IMX.
Brazilian football club Corinthians have hit out at FIFA secretary-general Jerome Valcke’s warning that stadium construction work in Sao Paulo needs to “speed up” ahead of the 2014 World Cup.
Following Queens Park Rangers (QPR)’s relegation from the English Premier League this season, former investor Matt Winton has said planning around television revenues is a “recipe for disaster”.