November 13 – UEFA hosted its inaugural Youth Football Forum last Friday, marking the first event tailored for technical and academy directors and youth coaches of both clubs and national teams.
November 12 – French football brand Kipsta has made its first entry into the pan-European market with a three-year licensing deal to be the official ball sponsor of UEFA’s Europa League and the Europa Conference League.
November 10 – The Ligue 1 clash between Olympique de Marseille and Olympique Lyonnais, rescheduled for December 6 after being postponed due to an attack on the Lyon team bus, will still be played at Marseille’s Stade Velodrome, the French League (LFP) have announced, prompting an angry response from Lyon.
November 10 – UEFA have announced the ‘home’ venues for Israel for their upcoming UEFA Women’s Nations League matches as conflict continues in the Gaza strip.
November 10 – Thursday night saw a host of upsets and deciding moments as the UEFA Europa League Group Stage enters its final chapters.
November 10 – Bulgaria’s Levski Sofia has paid nearly BGN 2.5 million (€1.25 million) of its debt to the National Revenue Agency (NRA) in the last eight months, according to information given to shareholders at the club’s AGM this week.
November 9 – Plans for a new independent regulator for English football have been confirmed in the annual King’s Speech which formally rubber-stamps government policy.
November 9 – A frenzied Manchester United saw them suffer a crippling Champions League defeat to FC Copenhagen that’s thrown their hopes of progression into doubt. Despite an early brace from returning Rasmus Hojlund, the Red Devils began to crumble following Marcus Rashford’s debatable sending off in the 42nd minute.
November 8 – The vice-president of Bosnian club FC Zrinjski Mostar, Amir Gross Kabiri, has announced on social networks that is receiving death threats because of his views on the war in the Gaza Strip.
November – Fourth round fixtures saw upsets and deciding moments as the UEFA Champions League Group Stage enters its closing matches.
November 8 – Borussia Dortmund fans threw fake money and fake bars of gold on to the field during the team’s 2-0 Champions League group stage win over Newcastle on Tuesday, seemingly to protest UEFA’s planned reforms of the competition.
November 8 – A Ukrainian top-flight game lasted a record four hours, 36 minutes because of the danger of Russian air attacks.
November 8 – The United Soccer League (USL), operator of second and third tier professional men’s leagues in the US, has agreed a four-year media rights agreement with CBS that will see matches on network television for the first time.
November 7 – Jenni Hermoso has opened up on the infamous ‘kissgate’ affair that led to the resignation of former Spanish football boss and UEFA vice-president Luis Rubiales.
November 7 – England will play two friendlies against Brazil and Belgium in March 2024 at Wembley as part of their preparation for their Euro 2024 campaign.