Euro 2016 News
FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers: Euro 2016 champion Joao Mario earns Portugal recall
The Benfica midfielder, 28, won the last of his 45 caps in October 2019 alongside Leicester left-back Ricardo Pereira, who played his most recent international in November of the same year.
Raheem Sterling has endured years of 'vicious' abuse from racist fans, says former England assistant coach Gary Neville
Gery Neville admitted he and his fellow England coaches failed to properly acknowledge some of the criticism directed towards Raheem Sterling was racially motivated.
Iceland football coach Heimir Hallgrimsson steps down after seven years in role
The Icelandic Football Association announced that Hallgrimsson decided to leave at his own request, ending seven years in the role
FIFA World Cup 2018: Harry Kane says England have 'restored pride in the nation', have come a long way from Euro disappointment
Harry Kane says England restored pride during their run to the World Cup semi-finals and can use the tournament as a springboard for sustained success for a talented young generation.
FIFA World Cup 2018: VARs, superstars and everything that went unplanned in first week of tournament
This fan’s heart has mainly been won by smaller sides. Russia, Iran, Australia, Egypt and Morocco have seen varying levels of success, but they’ve been everything a fan could ask for: passionate, innovative and fun to watch.
David de Gea demands public apology from Spanish premier for comments on false sexual assault allegation against him
Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea has demanded a public apology from Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez over comments Sanchez made about de Gea prior to Euro 2016.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Group B clash between Portugal and Spain throws first heavyweight showdown of tournament
Reigning European champions Portugal will take on Iberian neighbours and well-fancied Spain in a mouthwatering Group B clash on just the second day of the World Cup.
Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois files for libel and defamation against former Belgium manager Marc Wilmots
Courtois announced that he would be taking action along with his father after comments made by Wilmots in an interview with a French television channel.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Raheem Sterling credits Pep Guardiola for transformation, eyes redemption at mega event
Sterling's last taste of a major international tournament was a bitter one, but the forthcoming World Cup has the potential to be a far more uplifting experience.
Jack Wilshere cautious about England's chances at 2018 FIFA World Cup; wants to sort Arsenal future before mega event
Wilshere is hoping to win his first cap in nearly two years in friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy after battling back to recover his place at Arsenal..
Europa League: AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso hails technically sound Jack Wilshere ahead of last-16 clash
Wilshere is yet to sign a new deal at Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger suggested that any decision on the player's future rested with Wilshere.
Ruud Gullit believes Netherlands' failure to qualify for Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup does not represent a crisis
On the sidelines of the Laureus Awards, Ruud Gullit discussed issues facing Netherlands national football team with Firstpost.
2018 FIFA World Cup: Zlatan Ibrahimovic hints at coming back from retirement to play for Sweden at tournament
Ibrahimovic has suffered from injuries over the last 12 months and retired from Sweden duty after Euro 2016.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Russian president Vladimir Putin says country's image will depend on tournament's success
Vladimir Putin said that Russia, which is to host the championship for the first time, must hold it at the highest level and most importantly, ensure maximum security for players and fans.
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus likely to return from injury against Hamburg
Injury-prone German international winger Marco Reus could make his return after torn cruciate knee ligaments for Borussia Dortmund on Saturday against strugglers Hamburg, just four months out from the World Cup.
Former Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs appointed Wales manager
Giggs has been out of football for 18 months since leaving the coaching staff at Old Trafford when Jose Mourinho replaced Louis van Gaal.
FIFA World Cup 2018 draw: Iceland placed in Argentina group in first-ever appearance at marquee event
Iceland and their Viking fans became the Euro 2016 darlings after shocking England 2-1 to reach the quarter-finals.
Sunderland manager Chris Coleman says chance to turn around club's fortune was too good to refuse
Former Wales boss Chris Coleman said the chance to turn around Sunderland's fortunes was an opportunity too good to refuse despite the daunting task of lifting the club off the bottom of the Championship.
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Italian Football Federation sack Gian Piero Ventura as Azzuri coach
Ventura had refused to resign despite a 1-0 aggregate play-off defeat to Sweden on Monday that saw Italy miss the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
International friendlies: Germany extend unbeaten run to 21 matches with last-gasp draw against France
Germany’s Lars Stindl scored a last-gasp equaliser to rescue a 2-2 draw against France in a friendly on Tuesday as the world champions stretched their unbeaten run to 21 matches.