Next month's FIFA World Cup qualifier between Palestine and Saudi Arabia will take place on Palestinian soil after all, football's world governing body has decided, having initially ruled it must be played on neutral territory.
"Mister Perfect" bidding to earn Archery World Cup Final gold on maiden appearance at season-ending event
Dutch number one seed Mike Schloesser will bid to mark his first-ever appearance at an Archery World Cup Final with men’s compound gold when the season-ending event is due to get underway in Mexico City on Sunday (October 24).
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has today launched a "Quality Programme for Hockey Turf" as the sport continues its global overhaul to help develop its image across the world.
Irish sprinter Jason Smyth, the world's fastest Paralympian, has been re-classified back from the T12 to the T13 class ahead of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Championships due to open today in Doha.
Elshorbagy to begin pursuit of maiden PSA Men's World Championship title with first-round clash against Avila
Egyptian world number one Mohamed Elshorbagy will begin his campaign to win his first Professional Squash Association (PSA) Men’s World Championship title against Mexico’s Alfredo Avila after the draw for the event in Bellevue, Washington, was announced.
Five Rings Challenge initiative set to be extended by Jordan Olympic Committee as number of participants increases
The Jordan Olympic Committee are hoping to make their Five Rings Challenge a long-term initiative, having attracted hundreds of young participants since the launch in October.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard has launched a new, dedicated website and Facebook and Twitter accounts with one month to go until the first races of the season.
National Wheelchair Basketball Association signs deal with NBA in bid to attract more youngsters to sport
The National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) in the United States has signed a deal with the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the aim of attracting more young players to the game.
India's former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Ashwini Kumar has died at the age of 94, it has been announced today.
FIFA Presidential election date to remain the same as Platini is told he can't run if still suspended
FIFA have confirmed that the date of its Presidential election will not be moved - with the vote set to be held at an extraordinary congress on February 26 as originally planned.
The Rio 2016 Barra Olympic Park, which is set to host 16 Olympic and nine Paralympic sports, is "more than 90 per cent complete" according to the host city’s Government.
Kenya appear unable to attend the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics World Championships opening tomorrow in Doha after receiving no funding from the Government, the latest in a long line of setbacks for the African nation.
Tokyo 2020 today announced the appointment of security companies SECOM and ALSOK as Official Partners.
Surfing competitions would take place in natural ocean waves rather than in an artificial wave pool if the sport is added to the programme for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, it has been confirmed.
Former Sports Minister Sir Hugh Robertson has been officially appointed as vice-chairman of the British Olympic Association (BOA) at the organisation’s General Assembly in Stockport, it has been announced.