The Premier League will open one month later than usual because of the July finish to its delayed 2019-20 campaign, and the UEFA competitions continuing to 23 August.
The FA banned Dier for four matches and fined him 40,000 pounds.
England's Football Association seeks to keep gains in women's game despite scrapping Women’s Super League season
Runners-up when the season was paused, champions without playing again. It's little surprise Chelsea were fine with the Women’s Super League season being curtailed.
Chelsea crowned winners of Women’s Super League on point-per-game basis; Aston Villa win second-tier Championship
Chelsea were awarded the Women’s Super League title and Aston Villa were declared the winners of the second-tier Women’s Championship by England’s Football Association (FA) on Friday after the season was ended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
Arsenal Women fined £50,000 by Football Association after being found guilty of discrimination against former youth team coach
Arsenal Women FC have been fined £50,000 ($61,100) by the Football Association after being found guilty of discrimination against a former youth team coach in 2014.
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA considers substantial cut in annual budget to tackle potential £300 million deficit caused by COVID-19
The English Football Association (FA) plans to slash its annual budget by £75 million ($93.20 million) to tackle a possible deficit of £300 million over the next four years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
Overseas players hoping to join Premier League set to be subject to points-based immigration criteria post-Brexit
All players from overseas seeking to join Premier League clubs are set to be subject to points-based criteria after Britain's departure from the European Union is complete.
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
South Shields is considering legal action against the FA after all results for the 2019-20 season below the three divisions of the fifth-tier National League were expunged due to the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus pandemic: Suspension of professional leagues in England to be extended till 30 April, says Football Association
The move from the Football Association came about as a result of UEFA's decision to postpone the European Championships to 2021, freeing up space in the calendar for domestic tournaments to finish their seasons
Coronavirus pandemic: FIFA president Gianni Infantino urges unity, calls for football associations to push WHO's advice
FIFA is urging all football associations to publicise the World Health Organization’s preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus
Premier League: Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti avoids touchline ban after confronting referee Chris Kavanagh
Ancelotti was left infuriated after a decision by the Video Assistant Referee to disallow a late Everton winner and received his marching orders from referee Chris Kavanagh for protesting after the final whistle
After being banned for breaching betting rules, England striker Daniel Sturridge says placing bets on players moving clubs must be stopped
Sturridge was accused of passing on inside information about his potential transfer moves away from Liverpool in January 2018 to friends and relatives that was then used for betting
Premier League: Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti charged with misconduct during draw against Manchester United
Ancelotti, who has until Thursday to respond to the charges, faces a fine and a potential touchline ban for Sunday’s trip to former club Chelsea if found guilty
No more headers in youth matches as FA outlaws primary school children from heading in training to mitigate risk of dementia
The FIELD study did not state that heading a ball was the reason behind the increased prevalence of degenerative neurocognitive disease among footballers but the FA said the decision was taken to mitigate any potential risks.
Premier League CEO Richard Masters says clubs will debate changes to VAR reviews, to be implemented in coming season
The use of VAR, introduced for this campaign in England’s top division, has been a source of constant controversy and criticism
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.
FA Cup: Football Association to review decision allowing betting firms to air matches after copping flak
The English Football Association is reviewing its decision to allow broadcast rights for FA Cup games to be sold for streaming by betting companies.