September 22 – Luis Rubiales was re-elected unopposed as president of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) on Monday following the withdrawal in June of former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
September 22 – On Thursday, European champions Bayern Munich will face Europa League winners Sevilla in Budapest, but with as many as 2,100 Germans fans traveling to the Hungarian capital concerns over coronavirus infections are spreading.
September 21 – Italy, where the coronavirus pandemic was once at its most virulent in Europe but where it now appears to have largely avoided a second spike, has agreed to allow up to 1,000 supporters to attend top-flight matches.
September 21 – The manager of an unheralded Welsh club beaten in the Europa League has stoked health concerns by suggesting his club deliberately ignored signs of Covid-19.
September 21 – While top-flight clubs continue their summer transfer window spending, at the other end of the scale, 146-year-old Macclesfield Town has been wound up over debts totalling more than £500,000.
September 18 – Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is edging closer to being ousted after a group campaigning for his removal claim to have collected enough signatures to force a vote of no confidence.
September 18 – A German amateur team lost 37-0 to their local rivals after fielding only seven players who socially distanced throughout because of Covid-19.
September 17 – A week after European Club Association chair and Juventus boss Andrea Agnelli warned of a two year €4 billion Covid cash crisis for clubs, his own team have announced a third year of losses.
September 17 – Clubs in the English Football League will be allowed to welcome up to 1,000 fans for matches this weekend in a pilot preceding the planned return of spectators from October 1 in England.
September 17 – UEFA has pushed back women’s, futsal and youth competitions to November amid a calendar re-organisation that will also see a number of championship format changes.
September 17 – Paris St-Germain’s Brazilian superstar Neymar has been banned for two games for his part in the brawl at the end of the fiery Ligue 1 game against arch-rivals Marseille last weekend.
September 15 – Paris Saint-Germain say they “strongly support” Neymar after the Brazilian superstar claimed he was the victim of racist abuse following his red card in Sunday’s ill-tempered defeat to Marseille.
September 15 – UEFA has today launched a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the acquisition of media rights for the Women’s Champions League 2021–25 cycle.
September 15 – Israel are happy to travel to fulfil their European Championship play-off against Scotland despite a national lockdown.
By Andrew Warshaw
September 14 – Spare a thought today for a tiny English non-league team who put the health of its players first yet have been thrown out of the FA Cup, the world’s oldest domestic knockout tournament, for refusing to play.