South Korea’s football association on Thursday called on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to raise the age limit for the Tokyo Games in 2021 to ensure those players who helped their teams qualify are still eligible to compete.
Australia’s Matildas launched a campaign to pressure global football governing body FIFA to provide equal prize-money at World Cups ahead of the women’s tournament in France earlier this year.
ISL 2018-19: Chennaiyin FC sign former Aston Villa midfielder Chris Herd as part of continental excursion preparations
Herd can play across the line in defence and in midfield and joins Chennaiyin FC after a recent spell with Thai top division side Buriram United, a release here said
AFC Asian Cup 2019: Defending champions Australia rescue campaign with dominant victory over Palestine
Defending champions Australia dominated Palestine 3-0 on Friday as they recovered from their shock opening defeat at the Asian Cup and moved within sight of the last 16.
AFC Asian Cup 2019: Huddersfield midfielder Aaron Mooy ruled out of Australia squad with medial collateral ligament tear
28-year-old Aaron Mooy's absence due to injury will be a major blow for both the Socceroos and Huddersfield, who rely on him to dictate the game from midfield.
Massimo Luongo scores in 94th minute for Australia to draw match against AFC Asian Cup rivals South Korea
It was also Australia's first home game under new coach Graham Arnold, who took over after Bert van Marwijk's temporary role in charge during the World Cup.
Trent Sainsbury's bid to become Socceroos captain could be scuppered by father-in-law and new coach Graham Arnold
Trent Sainsbury has volunteered to become Asustralia captain after the retirement of Mile Jedinak, but the PSV defender's father-in-law, the new coach of the national team, could get in his way.
Argentina beat Nigeria with late goal to qualify alongside Croatia; France and Denmark play out goalless draw to advance
Argentina beat Nigeria to qualify for the knockout rounds of the World Cup in dramatic fashion, while Croatia cruised to their third successive win and France played out a goalless draw with Denmark to eliminate Peru and Australia.
FIFA World Cup 2018: France coach Didier Deschamps insists this is not Paul Pogba's last tournament for national side
France coach Didier Deschamps has rubbished Pogba's claims about this being his last World Cup, stating that the French midfielder is likely to play in more.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Peru striker Jefferson Farfan still in hospital two days after suffering concussion during training
Peru's striker Jefferson Farfan was injured two days ago during a training session when he clashed heads with a teammate. The Peruvian striker is still hospitalised.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Peter Schmeichel hopes son Kasper takes inspiration from Denmark's 1998 campaign
Kasper Schmeichel's World Cup campaign bears uncanny similarities to his father's campaign in 1998. 20 years ago, just as they do now, Denmark needed a draw against France to ensure qualification.
France face the possibility of coming up against Argentina in the next round if they finished first in their group by beating Denmark.
Croatia put Argentina's World Cup hopes on thin ice; France eliminate Peru to qualify for Round of 16
The latest round of matches in the FIFA World Cup served up plenty of drama, with Peru getting eliminated and Argentina losing to Croatia by three goals to nil.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull intervenes after repeated glitches in match broadcasts
Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull spoke to the chief executive of Optus, the company with exclusive streaming rights in Australia, after disruptions in broadcast.
From the weird to the wonderful, fans go all out to support their teams at the FIFA World Cup in Russia
Fans at the FIFA World Cup put great effort into supporting their team, designing intricate costumes and painting themselves with the colours of their team.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Australia's Tim Cahill hopes to become fourth man to score in four different tournaments
Australia's Tim Cahill has a chance to become just the fourth player to score in four different World Cups. If he succeeds he will join an elite list comprising of Pele, Mirsolav Klose and Uwe Seeler.
Australia's hopes of qualifying for next year's World Cup have been dealt a blow after injury concerns forced skipper Mile Jedinak out of a 23-man squad to face Japan and Thailand in crunch qualifiers.
World Cup Qualifiers: Saudi Arabia players refuse to observe minute's silence for London terror victims
During the minute's silence, most of the Saudi Arabia players milled around, with team officials claiming the tradition of stopping to honour the dead was "not in keeping with Saudi culture".