The science of why people prefer to watch games with teams that are close in ability levels rather than a game where one team is far better than the other.
It's no wonder so many referees are quitting their jobs.
Why are there so few women in the football boardroom?
It took a Scotsman to organise a professional football league in England.
Arthur Wharton, Walter Tull, Hassan Hegazi, Mohammed Salim and Frank Soo each made footballing history and their stories deserve to be better known.
The business of sport in South Africa is coming under the focus of the Competition Commission on concerns that some practices may be uncompetitive.
Financial Fair Play rules require clubs' spending to match their earnings.
It's all to do with PSG's Qatari owners.
A recent study that showed that 110 of 111 brains of deceased NFL players had a serious brain disease raised concerns once again about concussions. But there's a lot we still need to know.
A study of the brains of 111 NFL players after their deaths showed that 110 had degenerative brain disease. Here are some expert analyses of what can be done to stop brain injury from sports.
The controversy over Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the National Anthem isn’t a watershed moment. It's only the latest chapter in a long history of people trying to control how black people behave.
Biggest signing in football history aims to restore gloss to the sport's biggest brand.
Recovering from injury is about more than just becoming fitter and stronger - you need to go back to basics.
Neuropsychological tests of football players can help predict their performance, according to research.
Playing football demands full-contact physicality. How does celebrating women playing elite level football impact the way gender and sexuality is perceived, experienced and made possible?
France's performance at Euro 16 could provide the country with a much needed boost – if its footballers can stand up to the test, that is.
Prohibiting the transfer of under-18s hasn't stopped it happening. Football needs a new approach.
As the NFL Draft starts in Chicago, it is important to remember that most college athletes need to pay attention to their academic life: only about 4% will go on to play professionally.