October 10 – UEFA will not expand the European Championship to 32 teams from its current 24-team format in the foreseeable future.
October 10 – Expanding a club ownership portfolio that includes Paris Saint-Germain and KAS Eupen, Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) have acquired a minority stake in Portuguese club Braga.
October 10 – Former Spain and Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas has claimed that he was hacked hours after tweeting that he was gay.
October 9 – Workwear brand Engelbert Strauss has expanded its sponsorships at UEFA to become the official workwear partner of the men’s Euros 2024 in Germany.
By Samindra Kunti in Brussels
October 8 – West Ham United’s second-string team defeated Anderlecht 1-0 to maintain a perfect record in the Conference League and consolidate their lead at the top of Group B.
October 6 – UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says the three remaining European rebels are afraid of being chucked out of the new-look Champions League.
October 3 – Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has reaffirmed his club’s commitment to a Super League, arguing that football in its present form is “sick” and is “losing the global entertainment battle.”
October 2 – Paris St Germain boss Nasser Al-Khelaifi, European football’s most powerful executive, has taken a swipe at Barcelona’s financial policy after the Catalan club signed a string of elite players in the summer despite being heavily in debt.
October 2 – UEFA have confirmed that concussion substitutes are not permitted in any of their competitions following an incident in the Women’s Champions league clash between Arsenal and Ajax.
September 29 – More than 1,700 Liverpool fans who claim they were injured or left with psychological trauma at last season’s chaotic Champions League final are to sue UEFA.
September 25 – The women’s north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur smashed the Women’s Super League (WSL) attendance record at the weekend, the latest indication of how the game in the UK has surged in popularity following England’s Euro success.
September 29 – France will go into the upcoming 2022 World Cup as one of the main contenders to win the top prize. However, like many of the other major European nations that are prominent in the betting, it has been a slightly strange Nations League campaign.
September 26 – There may not be much at stake in terms of prizes but there certainly is in terms of pride.
September 23 – The umbrella organisation for scores of European clubs has downplayed fears that they will be hit hard by the World Cup being played in the middle of their regular season.