February 28 – A UEFA delegation is reportedly due to visit Belfast today amid concerns over a funding row that has placed doubt over the re-construction of Casement Park, which is scheduled to host five games at Euro 2028.
February 28 – The Football federation of Kosovo (FFK) and the country’s Ministry of Defense have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation for the development of joint projects.
February 28 – Swissquote has extended its sponsorship of the Europa League and Conference League for the 2024-2027 competition cycle.
February 28 – Swedish midfielder Kristoffer Olsson is on a ventilator in hospital after collapsing at home due to a brain condition, his Danish club Midtjylland have announced.
February 27 – Despite the German football league capitulating to fan power over third party investment, more protests occurred at the weekend, this time over Germany’s much coveted 50+1 rule.
February 27 – The Romanian Football Federation (FRF), with the Ministry of Education, has announced they are creating an elite girls football programme in schools in five different cities – Bistrita, Buzău, Pitești, Târgu Mureș and Timișoara.
February 26 – It may on paper have been the least valued and coveted of the various domestic trophies on offer but outgoing Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted it was his most cherished yet.
February 26 – Bayern Munich and Canada star Alphonso Davies has agreed personal terms with Real Madrid for a move to Spain either this summer or when the player’s contract expires in 2025.
February 23 – The draw for the Europa League last 16 knock-out rounds has the feel of a Champions League draw with Liverpool and Bayer Leverkusen (both leading their national leagues), AC Milan, Benfica, Marseilles and Roma all in the competition, and none of them drawn against each other in the next round.
February 23 – Belgian women’s club White Star Woluwe will withdraw from the top flight at the end of the season, citing “a lack of financial resources”.
February 23 – The EFL Cup will conclude Sunday as injury-hit Liverpool take on a Chelsea, who are showing signs of improvement, to decide which club picks up the first silverware of the season.
February 23 – Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos will return to the German national team in time for Euro 2024 selection, despite retiring from international football three years ago.
February 22 – In a classic case of fan power, multiple protests have torpedoed plans by the German Football League (DFL) to sell a stake in its media rights income to an outside investor.
February 22 – New Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe says he wants to build a new stadium to replace Old Trafford where the club have played since 1910 – and make it a national venue.