December 8 – Former Serbian Manchester United star Nemanja Matic (pictured) has launched another attack on Serbian football, its president Dragan Džajić, and the country’s biggest clubs – Red Star Belgrade and Partizan Belgrade – who he calls the “viruses” of Serbian football.
December 7 – Bulgarian side FC Hebar Pazardzhik is asking his fans and local companies for financial support to keep the club going after the Municipality of Pazardzhik pulled its funding.
December 6 – Controversial Spanish league boss Javier Tebas is back in power after being re-elected for a fourth term.
December 5 – Greece’s PAOK Thessaloniki have sent an angry letter to Greece’s public broadcaster complaining of ERT’s decision not to broadcast live PAOK’s Conference League match against Eintracht Frankfurt on 30 November 2023.
December 4 – A fan of French Ligue 1 club Nantes has been killed during a brawl before the club’s 1-0 win over Nice in the latest outbreak of violence to hit French football.
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 – 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 – 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 – The Turkish Super Cup final between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce will be played in Saudi Arabia, despite the protests of both clubs.
November 28 – The president of the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) Borislav Mihaylov has resigned from his post after 18 years in charge. He announced his resignation after a short meeting of the executive committee of the BFU.
November 27 – The on-off agreement by clubs in the top two professional tiers of English women’s club football to pool league commercial rights into a new company, which would see them away from the apron strings of the English FA, now appears to be back on track.
November 27 – Mercurial LaLiga president Javier Tebas has resigned his presidency in a move that will trigger a new election which will see him look to win a fourth term.
November 27 – UEFA has told the Kosovo Football Federation (FFK) that it cannot use the Fadil Vokrri Stadium in Pristina for international matches until the pitch has undergone repair to make the surface playable.
November 24 – A council member at the English Football Association who mentioned Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the same breath as Adolf Hitler resigned from his position on Thursday.
November 24 – Markel Zubizarreta has been appointed as the new director of women’s football at the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), the governing body has confirmed.