Ten months after guiding outsiders Leicester to the Premier League title – arguably the greatest shock in the history of the English game – the club’s manager has been unceremoniously sacked.
Liverpool FC has banned the newspaper from its matches. It's a fair result.
Liverpool FC has imposed a complete ban on The Sun but it cannot prevent the tabloid newspaper from continuing to cover the club.
Can social media and a high profile clash with Manchester United help disgruntled Blackburn Rovers fans lodge a protest that will resonate in India where the club's unpopular owners reside?
Multiple ownerships, mega-transfers and a foot in the door at FIFA. Beijing's bid for football power is a challenge to world soccer.
Footy isn’t just the dominant spectator sport and topic of conversation in South Australia. It’s a salve.
Women's soccer had just found its feet in the roaring '20s when state ruling bodies began to force female players from the field.
Just because you were good at sport does not mean you can coach without furthering your qualifications and experiences.
As the RBS Six Nations rugby tournament begins, the risk of injury is back in the limelight.
Recognizing that the game itself is often lopsided and boring, the NFL, through the years, has worked to minimize its significance.
There has so far been scant understanding of – or credit given to – the historical background to the creation of the AFL women's league.
A recent decision by the International Olympic Committee has cheerleading under consideration for Tokyo 2020. But its very status as a sport has constantly been questioned.
The sleeping giant of world football has started flexing its financial muscles.
Can the Premier League and other European clubs compete with the might of China?
The new US president and the Manchester United manager are masters of media management – but are they really in the same game?
Fixed odds betting terminals attract all the attention, but something alarming is being overlooked.
The main objections raised to FIFA"s planned expansion of the World Cup are that the decision has been made on financial and/or political rather than footballing grounds.
Everything is in place for a spending spree this January, but some data crunching shows successful spending is elusive.
From Sharapova to the Brownlee brothers, 2016 has given us one step forward to one step back.
The scene of Chile's proudest football triumphs is also a monument to some of its darkest days.
There are 16 contenders for the 2016 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award... But who is the best athlete?