Soccer star Benzema to face trial in sex tape case
Rio Ferdinand talks online racism in soccer with UK lawmakers
The hometown concert Ed Sheeran staged to celebrate the start of the UEFA Euro 2020 soccer tournament has shattered two TikTok records.
Portuguese football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo removed two bottles of Euro 2020 tournament sponsors Coca-Cola away from him as he entered a news conference, before holding up a bottle of water to the media, dismissing the famous sugary drink.
Soccer among young people with disabilities is increasingly popular in Nigeria. In Katsina, one team trains daily for national competition. But their activity serves above all for leisure and health.
Women's soccer is taboo in Cape Verde. With a bold initiative, the Maracanã Association promotes social and sports inclusion. Their approach empowers girls from low-income families to make their dreams come true.
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Friday’s Champions League draws drew up some interesting quarter-final clashes. Holders Bayern Munich will face last year’s beaten finalists Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool take on their conquerors in the 2018 final Real Madrid, Premier League leaders Manchester City are up against Borussia Dortmund, while Chelsea will square up against Portuguese giants Porto. Solomon Fowowe and Sola Oyeniyi discussed the draws and shared their thoughts on who may likely progress to the last-four of the world’s most glamorous club competition.
The North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham has always been a massive game, but last weekend it carried particular weight as Arsenal's win against Tottenham shows steady progress under Arteta.
The North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham has always been a massive game, but this weekend it will carry particular weight as both teams look to end a gruelling campaign in style. Jose Mourinho’s Spurs are however in better form heading into Sunday’s derby against Mikel Arteta’s Gunners at the Emirates Stadium as they are the only team in the English Premier League to have won their last three matches. But can they extend that run into the derby? Get more on The Nutmeg, showing exclusively on the YouTube page of Guardian Nigeria. Just click the link in our bio and do remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Chinese football was thrown into disarray on Sunday as the owners of reigning Chinese Super League champions Jiangsu FC announced the club would cease operations with immediate effect.
The two men face charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in the Central African Republic. These include murder, torture, mutilation, persecution and the conscription of child soldiers.