March 1 – The Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF), the only country left in the bidding to host the 2034 World Cup, has formally launched its bid campaign under the ‘Growing. Together’ slogan.
February 1 – The American owner of English Premier League club Crystal Palace, who owns a string of other clubs across the globe, says he’d be in favour of a World Super League rather than an exclusively European one were it ever to get off the ground.
W Gold Cup 2024
March 1 – After nine consecutive days of group games, the W Gold Cup moves into its quarter final stage this weekend with two days of double headers at the BMO Stadium, the Los Angeles home of Angels FC of the NWSL and LAFC of the MLS.
March 1 – Controversial La Liga boss Javier Tebas has reignited his attack on backers of the proposed revamped breakaway European Super League (ESL), claiming the A22 Management organisation is attempting to deceive fans by promising to show matches for free.
March 1 – The Women’s U-20 Asian Cup kicks off this weekend in Uzbekistan 2024 with eight teams in the finals of the 11th edition of the competition.
March 1 – Bruno Marić, the president of the Croatia’s referees commission, has resigned from his position after receiving threats to his personal safety.
March 1 – Brazil’s Fluminense claimed their maiden Recopa Sudamericana on Thursday with a 2-0 victory against Ecuador’s Liga de Quito to overturn a 1-0 defeat from the first leg.
March 1 – Jordan won the West Asian Football Federation (WAFF) Women’s Championship for a record sixth time defeating debutants Nepal on penalties in the final with hosts Saudi Arabia promising this was a first in many more tournaments to come.
March 1 – Fulham have been criticised by Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag after they released a short video on their TikTok account which appeared to mock Red Devils Captain Bruno Fernandes.
March 1 – La Liga President Javier Tebas has leapt to the defence of disgraced England forward Mason Greenwood, revealing he hopes the Manchester United loanee stays in Spanish football when his current spell with Getafe is over.
February 1 – Canada Soccer has turned to the world of golf to find its new general secretary and CEO.
February 29 – Saudi clubs will return to the transfer market in the summer window to challenge Europe for more big signings, according to a leading Saudi Pro League executive.
February 29 – Football’s increasingly congested calendar not only jeopardises players’ health but diminishes the quality of the sport, according to Maheta Molango (pictured), head of the English Professional Footballers’ Association.
February 29 – Cristiano Ronaldo has been suspended for one match after appearing to make an obscene gesture during a match in Saudi Arabia.
February 29 – Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has been banned from football for four years for a doping offence.
February 29 – Argentina’s upcoming friendly against Nigeria in the United States has been scrapped and the world champions will instead play Costa Rica.
February 29 – Germany claimed Europe’s last ticket to the Olympic women’s football tournament with a 2-0 victory against the Netherlands in the third-place playoff of the Nations League. In Asia, Australia and Japan clinched their spots for Paris.