Premier League is set to resume the 2019-20 season on Wednesday 17 June with two catch-up games, ahead of a full round resumption just days later.
England Football Association have announced the termination of the 2019-20 Women Super League (WSL) and Women’s Championship seasons, with immediate effect.
To mark what would of been the 139th FA Cup Final, we take a look back at three of the greatest FA Cup Finals from years gone by.
Although football remains in lockdown at a time when titles are traditionally sealed, we take a look at five of the greatest ever Premier League title victories from Blackburn to Leicester to that “Aguerooo….” moment.
England Football Association have announced that Phil Neville will step down as Lionesses manager in summer 2021.
As teams continue to settle into a new intriguing decade, we take a look at five promising players who could be England’s leading figures over the next decade.
With Non League football declared void for this season which holds financial and personal implications for clubs, just what is the best solution to a tricky issue dividing fans at times of uncertainty?
Liverpool continue to move closer towards a maiden Premier League title following a dramatic round of action affecting both ends of table.
Leicester City welcome Aston Villa to the King Power Stadium in Monday Night Football, as both teams look for a win at opposite ends of the Premier League table.
Manchester United look to make a major push for the top four as they welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford in a blockbuster Manchester Derby clash on Super Sunday.
Liverpool look to halt a slide in form as they welcome relegation battling Bournemouth to Anfield.
Norwich City await Manchester United as the Canaries bid for a first FA Cup Semi Final since 1989, with the four remaining Premier League giants all drawn away in the Quarter Finals.
Sheffield Wednesday look to stun Manchester City in Wednesday’s big Fifth Round clash at Hillsborough.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool saw their 44 league match unbeaten run ended on a dramatic weekend affecting the relegation battle.
Aston Villa meet twice reigning champions, Manchester City in the 2019-20 Carabao Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.