By Samindra Kunti November 27 - In the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks France have banned away fans from attending games until mid-December. Paris Saint-Germain and Brussels-based Anderlecht have been ordered to implement special measures for their fixtures this weekend.
November 26 - The annual Premier League Truce Tournament scheduled to take place in Ypres, Belgium, December 10-13 has been called off following advice from British and Belgian authorities over safety concerns in following the raising of Belgium's terror alert.
By Paul Nicholson November 26 - Real Madrid Castilla top the table of clubs that have developed players under the age of 23 and are playing in one of Europe's Big-5 leagues. Looking just at the English Premier League, Southampton have developed most players, followed by Aston Villa and Ajax in third spot.
November 25 - Dynamo Kiev have been ordered to play their next two European home fixtures behind closed doors, with a third suspended, and fined €100,000 after their fans were found guilty of racist behaviour.
By Paul Nicholson November 25 – The revenue gap between Europe's big five leagues and the rest is getting bigger and within those leagues the big five teams in each league are getting even bigger at the expense of their domestic rivals. Manchester United, with commercial income of about €226 million, generate or receive a massive 21% of the Premier League's total.
November 23 - Bundesliga clubs Worlfsburg, Hannover 96, Werder Bremen and Schalke 04 as well as second division 1860 Munich are on a list of sports sponsorships Volkswagen are considering dropping to cut costs amid the ongoing emissions scandal.
By Andrew Warshaw November 23 - It's known as the "derby of eternal enemies" and rarely has that description been played out with such alarming ferocity as last weekend when Greece's Panathinaikos-Olympiakos clash was called off before it even started.
By Mark Baber November 20 - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger argued that FIFA must tackle the international calendar as part of its current reform programme - or clubs could split away from national teams and international competitions.