• Neymar banned for 3 matches

    Barcelona's Brazilian superstar Neymar will miss a huge La Liga clash at Real Madrid on April 23 after being handed a three-game suspension, the Spanish federation said on Tuesday.

  • Dybala hits double as Juve stun Barcelona

    Argentina forward Paulo Dybala scored a delightful first-half double to eclipse illustrious compatriot Lionel Messi as Juventus recorded a stunning 3-0 win over Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.

  • Messi 4-match ban unfair: Barcelona

    Lionel Messi's four-match international ban for swearing at an assistant referee was "unfair and totally disproportionate", his Spanish club Barcelona said Wednesday.

  • Tite magic takes Brazil to Russia

    Brazil are where they belong. The five-time world champions jetted their way to next year's World Cup in Russia with a clinical 3-0 win against Paraguay at Sao Paulo's Corinthians Arena on Wednesday.


    Former Spain striker David Villa was named as Major League Soccer's Most Valuable Player on Tuesday in recognition of a prolific

  • Kushtia stay alive

    Kushtia kept their hopes of a last four berth in the JFA U-14 Women's National Championship alive after a 3-0 win over

  • Messi‚Äôs perfect 10

    Arda Turan grabbed a hattrick and Lionel Messi his 10th Champions League goal of the season as a much-changed Barcelona

  • Napoli, Benfica through

    Napoli and Benfica clinched places in the Champions League last 16 on Tuesday as nine-man Besiktas capitulated at Dynamo

  • Police held by Kawran Bazar

    Bangladesh Police FC played out a goalless draw against Karwan Bazar SC in their Marcel Bangladesh Championship League

  • Fans stabbed in Kiev before Champions League tie

    Ten people were treated in hospital for knife wounds after hundreds of Dynamo Kiev and Besiktas fans clashed in the Ukrainian capital before Tuesday's Champions League match, local media reported.

  • Lewandowski's goal ends perfect Atletico record

    Robert Lewandowski scored a brilliant free kick to give Bayern Munich a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid in their last Champions League Group D outing on Tuesday, ending the 100 percent record of their opponents.

  • Messi or Ronaldo? No thanks

    Neither Lionel Messi nor Cristiano Ronaldo would be considered fresh enough at youthful Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig, says sports director Ralf Rangnick.

  • Pyongyang welcomes back women's soccer world champions

    North Korea's under-20 women's soccer team paraded through the streets of Pyongyang in a flower-covered vehicle on Tuesday, celebrating their World Cup win upon their return to the isolated nation's capital.

  • Bolivia detains airline CEO after Colombia air crash

    Bolivian authorities detained on Tuesday the chief executive of airline LaMia, the owner of the plane that crashed last week in Colombia and killed nearly all of Brazil's Chapacoense soccer team, prosecutors said.

  • Plane tragedy overshadows Club World Cup

    Atletico Nacional will play through their grief over the Chapecoense plane tragedy when they tackle the Club World Cup in Japan -- just days after their Copa Sudamericana final opponents were wiped out.

  • Real demand respect for 'exemplary' Ronaldo

    Real Madrid launched a staunch defence of star forward Cristiano Ronaldo on Tuesday, demanding respect for the three-time World Player of the Year amid allegations he hid millions of euros earned from image rights in tax havens.

  • Napoli, Benfica through as Arsenal pinch top spot

    Napoli and Benfica clinch places in the Champions League last 16 as nine-man Besiktas capitulate at Dynamo Kiev, while Arsenal snatch first place from Paris Saint-Germain in Group A.

  • Man City held by Celtic

    Manchester City end their Champions League group campaign with a 1-1 draw at home to Celtic having recovered from an early blow inflicted by one of their own on-loan players.

  • Turan treble and Messi magic in Barca cruise

    Arda Turan grabs a hattrick and Lionel Messi his 10th Champions League goal of the season as a much-changed Barcelona cruises past Borussia Moenchengladbach 4-0.


    Lazio star Senad Lulic could be handed a multiple-match ban for controversial comments made to Roma defender Antonio

  • Mymensingh, Rangpur enjoy goalfest

    Mymensingh and Rangpur moved into the final round of JFA U-14 Women's National Championship amid a goalfest as both

  • Ramirez punishes Hull

    Middlesbough's Uruguayan international Gaston Ramirez scored against one of his former clubs Hull to secure his present

  • Chapecoense awarded title

    South American football confederation CONMEBOL agreed Monday to award the Copa Sudamericana to Brazilian club

  • Porto, Sevilla hunt berths

    While Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund grapple for top spot in Group F, twice former winners Porto and Sevilla look to

  • Abahani closer to title

    Title contenders Abahani moved closer to regaining the Bangladesh Premier League title as the the four-time champions beat

  • Brazil invite Colombia to play in Chape charity match

    Brazil have invited Colombia to play a friendly match next month with proceeds from the game going to families of the Chapecoense players and staff killed in the Medellin air crash, a Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) spokesman told Reuters on Monday.

  • Middlesbrough edge Hull thanks to Ramirez header

    Middlesbrough moved away from the relegation zone with a 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Hull City thanks to a second-half header from midfielder Gaston Ramirez in the Premier League on Monday.

  • Dortmund's hot-shots eye goal record at Real

    Borussia Dortmund can set a new Champions League goal record at Real Madrid on Wednesday if the likes of Marco Reus, Ousmane Dembele or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score at the Bernabeu.

  • FIFA loses the man who led fight against match-fixing

    The man who was leading FIFA's fight against match-fixing has left his post, soccer's world governing body said on Monday.

  • Man City, Chelsea charged

    Manchester City and Chelsea have been charged with failing to control their players during Saturday's Premier League match, the FA said on Monday.