By Paul Nicholson April 4 - The final of FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Costa Rica takes place tonight with Japan and Spain competing for the top honour. Italy and Venezuela will face off for the bronze medal.
By Mark Baber April 4 - A bill passing its way through the British Parliamentary system will increase transparency in football club ownership and remove the protection so-called 'football creditors' have when clubs fall into financial difficulty.
April 4 - The spot-fixing scandal that rocked English football at the back end of last year has escalated with the revelation that seven more professional players, all from the north of the country, have been arrested taking the number suspected to 13.
By Alexander Krassimirov April 4 - Players at Bulgaria's Lokomotiv Plovdiv refused to train yesterday in a protest against unpaid wages. Meanwhile the club's honorary president Hristo Bonev said publically that the future of the club was in doubt.
By Tom Parsons April 4 - Following Liverpool's move last year to introduce Wi-Fi to its 12,000 seater Centenary Stand, Manchester City has become the first Premier League Club to install free Wi-Fi throughout their whole stadium.
By Richard van Poortvliet April 3 - FIFA has refused to kick Russia out of this year's World Cup in Brazil, after two American senators asked for the country to be banned due to their role in the unrest in Ukraine.
By Andrew Warshaw April 3 - Barcelona have confirmed they will appeal against the 14-month transfer ban, covering two transfer windows, slapped on them by FIFA for signing up under-age players. And if it fails, they will take their case even further.
By Andrew Warshaw April 3 - After months of trouble-shooting and no end of efforts to stave off negative headlines, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke seems resigned to the fact that Brazil will not be completely ready to host the World Cup despite having had seven years to prepare.
By Richard van Poortvliet April 3 - Zenit St. Petersburg and the clubs former players have strongly denied allegations of match fixing made by Erik Hagen. The Norwegian defender, who played for Zenit between 2005 and 2008, claimed that players bribed an official in a UEFA Cup group stage tie against Vitória de Guimarães on 20 October 2005 in St. Petersburg.