With football suspended for 100 days in England due to the pandemic, the lack of revenue from international matches and domestic cup games hit the FA, who said they are planning for potential losses of around 300 million pounds
Premier League: Footballers will be allowed to show solidarity with George Floyd justice campaign, says FA
German football authorities said they may sanction players who used goal celebrations to highlight last week's death in Minneapolis of Floyd
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA Women's Super League cancelled following 'overwhelming feedback from the clubs'
The Football Association says a decision was taken to end the Women’s Super League with immediate effect following “overwhelming feedback from the clubs” and to give them the chance to “prepare and focus on next season
Coronavirus Outbreak: League Two clubs unanimously vote to end season early, decision yet to be ratified by EFL
Clubs in third-tier League One, however, failed to reach an agreement over ending their season
Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier facing FA misconduct charge after running afoul of gambling rules
Trippier, who played for Tottenham in last season’s Champions League final in Madrid, has until 18 May to provide a response
England's showing at Euro 2020 likely to decide his future with Three Lions, says manager Gareth Southgate
Gareth Southgate says England’s performance at the European Championship next year is likely to determine whether or not he is in charge at the 2022 World Cup.
Premier League: Manchester City's Bernardo Silva handed one-match suspension for racially offensive tweet about Benjamin Mendy
Silva was fined 50,000 pounds ($64,000) and ordered to complete face-to-face education. The Premier League game Silva misses at Chelsea is on 23 November, after the international break
Former Newcastle Under-23s coach Peter Beardsley suspended from football for 32 weeks, says FA statement
58-year-old Peter Beardsley's departure from the Premier League club was confirmed in March after he was placed on leave while an investigation into bullying was carried out
Premier League: Everton defender Yerry Mina charged with misconduct for breaching FA's betting regulations
It is understood the charge relates to an advert which Mina, who has until Friday to provide a response, appeared in for Betjuego in his home country of Colombia earlier this year
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: England coach Phil Neville says his team 'can't be scared' of occasion, needs to charge forward
Phil Neville said the best way to inspire the next generation of players would be to win the World Cup and he believes he has a good mix of experience and youthful zest.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: England squad announced by celebrities in mass reveal; Steph Houghton named captain
Manchester City captain Steph Houghton was the first player of the squad of 23 to be announced, by the Football Association president, with other members being announced by celebrities
Premier League: Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey acquitted of all charges after being accused of performing Nazi salute
The FA said Hennessey's gesture brought the game into disrepute and was an aggravated breach of rules because it included a reference to ethnic origin and/or race and/or religion and/or belief.
Football Association reaches financial settlement with former England women's national football coach Mark Sampson
Sampson had a successful tenure on the pitch — guiding England to the semi-finals of the 2015 World Cup and the 2017 European Championships — but was a controversial figure off it
Martin Glenn resigns as Chief Executive of England Football Association after successful stint in charge
Martin Glenn has presided over a series of challenging situations in his role, including the appointment and rapid departure of England boss Sam Allardyce.
Premier League: Chelsea Football Club temporarily suspend four fans pending investigation into racist incident involving Raheem Sterling
Chelsea and the British police are investigating the incident, which has provoked widespread condemnation amid fears football is returning to the dark ages of racism that blighted the sport in the 1970s and 1980s.
Premier League: Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola formally warned by England FA over his comments on referee Anthony Taylor
Because this was Pep Guardiola's first such offence, and because the nature of his comments was regarded as largely neutral, it is understood a charge was not deemed necessary
England FA will hold a meeting over the sale of Wembley Stadium to Fulham FC owner Shad Khan, after learning of discontent from stakeholders about the transaction.
EFL Championship side Bolton Wanderers avoid insolvency and points penalty after agreeing repayment deal with creditor
English professional football club Bolton Wanderers has narrowly avoided insolvency after agreeing a deal to pay off their primary creditor BluMarble Capital Ltd
The Football Association authorises referees in England's lower leagues to show cards to managers for misconduct
According to new regulations, referees will be able to show yellow cards and red cards to misbehaving managers for a number of clearly defined offenses.
England FA CEO Martin Glenn under fire for lumping together Judaism's Star of David and Nazi swastika
Glenn's remarks came as he tried to justify the FA's decision to charge Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola for wearing a yellow ribbon in support of jailed Catalan independence leaders.