May 19 – The leading UK charity for girls and young women, Girlguiding, has agreed a one-year partnership with UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 have teamed up to challenge gender stereotypes and help more girls and young women get into football.
May 19 – European governing body UEFA is reportedly shelving plans for a multi-billion euro financial package that was originally designed to help European football recover from the global health crisis.
May 19 – Wearing the message United for Ukraine on their shirts, Ukraine’s national men’s team won its second straight friendly since the Russian invasion by beating Italian Serie A club Empoli 3-1.
May 19 – Eintracht Frankfurt ended their 42-year European trophy drought on Wednesday by beating Rangers 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw to lift the Europa League in a nail-biting final that will be remembered for the display of passion by both sets of fans in Seville.
May 19 – Senegalese president Macky Sall has voiced his support for Paris-Saint Germain player Idrissa Gueye, who refused to play in PSG’s match last weekend over a shirt designed to support an anti-homophobia initiative.
By Andrew Warshaw
May 18 – Glasgow Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt, two massively supported clubs who have had lean times when it comes to European success, turn back time tonight when they attempt to carve out a place in modern football history by winning the Europa League.
May 17 – Jake Daniels’ decision to come out as the UK’s only openly gay active male professional footballer is being hailed as a watershed moment that will lead to more players coming out.
By Andrew Warshaw
May 16 – Russian football, kicked out of international competition because of the invasion of Ukraine, is making another desperate attempt to return to the fold by once again going to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
By Samindra Kunti at Wembley
May 15 – Liverpool’s quadruple dream remains alive after defeating Chelsea 6-5 in a penalty shootout in the 150th Anniversary FA Cup Final following a tense and draining 120 minutes.
By Samindra Kunti and Paul Nicholson
May 12 – UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has defended the ticket policy for the final of the Champions League between Liverpool and Madrid in Paris this month as fans for all three club finals have scrambled to get tickets.
May 13 – The European Leagues have welcomed the last-minute changes to UEFA’s re-configured Champions League structure that will come into force post 2024 and were approved by UEFA’s executive committee and congress this week.
May 12 – UEFA’s revenue record breaking Euro 2020 championships, played last year, have provided confidence for a bumper 21% increase in budget for the confederation’s HatTrick programme for the 2024-2028 cycle.
May 12 – Ajax have been crowned Dutch champions for a record 36th time following a resounding 5-0 victory against Herenveen, securing a direct ticket to the Champions League group stages.
May 12 – Ukraine’s men’s national team has played its first match since the Russian invasion – against Germany’s Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday.
May 12 – French side Nice have condemned a section of their own supporters for a sickening chant mocking the late Emiliano Sala.