The Euro 2020 final between England and Italy on 11 July was marred by chaotic scenes as ticketless fans forced their way through security cordons to gain entry to the at Wembley Stadium.
Euro 2020: English Football Association fined 30,000 euros over fan disturbances, laser pointed at Kasper Schmeichel
Photos in the British press showed a laser being pointed at Schmeichel's face before the match-deciding penalty in extra time, which the Leicester 'keeper saved only to see Harry Kane score the rebound.
Britain's government vowed on Monday to do "whatever it takes" to protect football, raising the possibility of invoking competition law to block a proposed new European Super League by breakaway clubs
Ahead of a wider relaxation of coronavirus restrictions in England that will not take effect until May, a series of pilot events are taking place over the coming weeks at sports and entertainment venues to assess procedures for testing on spectators and visitors.
A group of former professional rugby players including England's World Cup-winning hooker Steve Thompson are involved in a legal case against a number of governing bodies after being diagnosed with neurological conditions.
Atletico will request Trippier's suspension is again put on hold while the appeal is being heard, raising the possibility of the defender again returning to action.
Kieran Trippier's 10-week ban linked to message to friends telling them to bet on his Atletico Madrid move
As Kieran Trippier was trying to secure a move from Tottenham, the England defender was sending messages on WhatsApp to keep friends updated with the progress of the transfer.
Harry Maguire shines on captaincy debut as England end 35-year winless run against Republic of Ireland
Just 48 hours after the resignation of English Football Association chairman Greg Clarke following his offensive comments about the BAME and LGBT communities, Gareth Southgate's side showed no signs of being distracted by the controversy.
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
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA in talks with Women’s Super League, Women’s Championship clubs about ending season
Manchester City were top of the FA WSL table, one point ahead of second-placed Chelsea, with Liverpool bottom when matches were suspended. Aston Villa were six points clear at the top of the Women’s Championship
Neville, who took the job in January 2018 and guided the team to the World Cup semi-finals in France last year, was set to lead England in the Women’s Euros on home soil next year as well as the British team at the Tokyo Olympics
FIFA rulings challenged by English Football Association, Brazilian official Ricardo Teixera; to be heard by CAS in June
The court’s updated list of pending hearings includes a date of 3 June for Teixeira to appeal against his life ban imposed by the FIFA ethics committee in November for taking bribes
Coronavirus pandemic: Former English FA chairman Greg Dyke says Premier League cancellation would be 'nonsensical'
The Premier League has been suspended until at least 4 April, following an emergency meeting sparked by Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta testing positive for the coronavirus last week
Some fans of Tottenham, a north London club which has traditionally drawn a large fan base from the Jewish communities, call themselves the Yid Army
FA Cup: Football Association to meet with 'very angry' UK government over match telecast on betting websites
The English Football Association will be summoned to a meeting with the Government next week when it will be urged to reconsider a rights deal allowing an online bookmaker to show live FA Cup ties.
Euro 2020 Qualifiers: England-Bulgaria clash halted twice due to fans' racist behaviour; Ukraine book place with Portugal win
Ukraine booked their place in Euro 2020 after squeezing past Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th career goal on a night stained by Bulgaria fans racially abusing England players while their side were hit for six in Sofia.
Euro 2020 qualifiers: Manchester United's Aaron Wan-Bissaka withdraws from England squad due to back injury
Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka was withdrawn from England's squad to face Bulgaria and Kosovo in Euro 2020 qualifiers next week due to a back injury on Tuesday.
England Football Association to broadcast all Women's Super League matches on free international streaming service
The WSL season starts on 7 September with the first women's Manchester derby between City and newly promoted United. Since that game is live domestically on the BT Sport channel, only audio will be broadcast in the UK on the FA Player but the video feed will be available on the app in the rest of the world
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.
Premier League: Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says he is in shock at 'completely unfair' two-game touchline ban
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said he was “in shock” after receiving a two-match touchline ban from the English Football Association (FA).