November 30 – Cristiano Ronaldo is in the news again, this time named in a $1billion class action lawsuit in the United States over his involvement with Binance , the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world.
November 30 – South Africa have dropped out of the race for the 2027 Women’s World Cup, reducing the bidding field to three bids. The Africans want to focus on landing the 2031 finals.
November 30 – A day after the English FA formally announced the breakaway of the top tier Women’s Super League, the governing body has announced a £30 million fund for grassroots women’s football in England.
November 30 – Following in the footsteps of FIFA, UEFA has teamed up with Betano, who will become the European confederation’s betting partner for Euro 2024.
November 30 – The FIFA world rankings have seen a reshuffle after the November international break, as Leo Messi’s Argentina remains top of the pile thanks to a 0-1 victory away against arch-rivals Brazil, despite losing its unbeaten streak in a 0-2 home defeat against Uruguay a week prior.
November 30 – Japan’s Kawasaki Frontale and South Korea’s Pohang Steelers have both maintained 100% records in the East zone group stages of the AFC Champions League, and with just one left game are already qualified for the knock-out rounds.
November 30 – A superb start to life in Munich has seen England captain Harry Kane top a ranking of the best finishers in world football according to data from the CIES Football Observatory.
November 30 – Switzerland coach Murat Yakin has kept his job for next year’s European Championship after the national federation resisted calls to fire him.
November 30 – Former Grimsby Town CEO Debbie Cook has taken on the role of the English Football League’s (EFL) Director of Community, tasked with overseeing the operational management of the EFL Trust, the organisation’s charitable arm.
November 29 – Players at the recent Women’s World Cup felt that they did not have sufficient rest before and after the tournament and lacked mental health support, according to a survey by World Players’ union Fifpro.
November 29 – The Danish FA (DBU) has said that in the future the organisation will direct their criticism toward FIFA and not host countries of the World Cup in a bid to hold the world federation more accountable.
November 29 – The VAR official who awarded Paris St. Germain a controversial stoppage-time Champions League penalty against Newcastle on Tuesday night has been removed from duty by UEFA for another fixture tonight.
November 29 – The lawmakers of world football have approved proposed trials whereby only the team captain may approach the referee, and for sin bins to be tested at a higher performance level.
November 29 – Hailed as the start of a new era, the Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship – the top two tiers of the game in the UK – have agreed to take over the running of the professional football in England from the 2024-25 season.
November 29 – Bayer Leverkusen president Fernando Carro says he wants a debate about holding the African Cup of Nations in the middle of the European season.