September 14 – The AFC has named a record 74 officials for the Asian Cup 2023, to be played in Qatar January 12 to February 10 next year, including the first time appointment of five women officials.
September 14 – Spain’s women’s players have called off a strike after reaching an agreement with Liga F and its clubs over minimum wages. The season will now start this weekend.
September 14 – UEFA has initiated disciplinary proceedings against the Croatian Football Association (HNS) following racist and discriminatory incidents at the Euro 2024 qualification match between Croatia and Latvia, which was played at the HNK Rijeka stadium.
September 14 – Nottingham Forest defender Harry Toffolo has been handed a suspended five-month ban for breaching English football’s betting rules.
September 14 – Online savings management brand Yomoni has taken the sleeve sponsorship of AS Monaco’s home, away and third shirts in what is believed to be a one-year deal.
September 14 – Palmeiras president Leila Pereira will benefit from a protective police order after threats were made against her by the club’s main supporters’ group, the Mancha Alviverde.
September 14 – Tottenham Hotspur’s misfiring Brazilian international Richarlison is to “seek psychological help” when he returns to England after the international break.
September 14 – Fernando Santos has been sacked as Poland manager after six games and less than nine months in charge.
September 14 – Online bookmaker Meridianbet has further expanded its eastern European presence becoming an official partner of FK Sarajevo who play in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
September 14 – Serie A front runners Inter are poised to further expand their academy network by opening a new academy centre in the city of Fuzhou, China, just weeks after introducing its Strikers academy in the US.
September 13 – The European 2024 qualifier between Romania and Kosovo at the Arena Nationala in Bucharest on Tuesday night was interrupted for nearly 40 minutes because of political banners raised by Romanian ultras.
September 13 – Twenty-four hours after Spanish FA boss Luis Rubiales finally fell on his sword over the ‘kissgate’ scandal, UEFA acknowledged the contribution made by its now former vice-president.
September 13 – African powerhouse Cameroon completed the lineup of the Africa Cup of Nations, punching a ticket with a 3-0 win against Burundi. Namibia also confirmed their presence at next year’s finals to wrap up qualifying.
September 13 – Rui Pinto, the infamous Portuguese whistleblower whose string of incriminating revelations about dodgy dealings shook the footballing world, has avoided prison.
September 13 – The French Ligue Professionnel de Football (LFP) has opened bidding for the broadcast rights to its premier Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 competitions, covering the 2024-2029 period.