The Football Association (FA) has held discussions over rebranding to the English Football Association (EFA).
The FIFA Women’s World Cup in France this year is being hailed as a watershed moment for women’s football in England.
Former London 2012 director of sports Debbie Jevans has been named interim chair of the English Football League (EFL).
The English Football Association (FA) has submitted a bid to host the 2021 UEFA Women's European Championships.
FIFA has warned England's Football Association (FA) following "political chants" by supporters during their World Cup semi-final loss to Croatia.
West Ham United have been charged by the English Football Association (FA) over an alleged breach of anti-doping rules.
English FA agrees to raise human rights and homophobia issues with Qatar after signing Memorandum of Understanding
England's Football Association will raise human rights abuses and homophobia issues with the Qatar FA after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the controversial hosts of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
There was a short and simple response on Twitter recently following British Rowing’s invitation to pre-order "your #GBRowing Team white polo shirt" in time for Christmas.
The Football Association (FA) has apologised to players Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence after an independent investigation concluded that former England’s women’s team manager Mark Sampson made racially discriminatory comments to them.
Sport England has announced it will invest £28.5 million ($37.7 million/€32.1 million) into four national governing bodies in a bid to get more people playing sport regularly.
British Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has said the sacking of England women's football manager Mark Sampson, following evidence of "inappropriate and unacceptable" behaviour with female players in a previous role, "raises very serious questions".
Tickets for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia have gone on sale today with prices ranging from £79 ($105/€88) for group matches to £829 ($1,100/€932) for a category one ticket to the final.
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The Football Association (FA) has released the written reasons why English Premier League football club Manchester City were fined for breaking anti-doping rules three times in less than five months during 2016.
La Liga President Javier Tebas is not one to mince his words. During our interview at SPORTELAmerica in Miami earlier this week, he did not shirk any of the questions posed and responded with carefully-crafted and concise answers.