UEFA has announced that 13,000 supporters will be able to attend the 2021 UEFA Super Cup, which will be held at Windsor Park in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.
Noel Mooney has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Football Association of Wales (FAW).
The UEFA Executive Committee has agreed to increase the resources the European football governing body invests in to fight match-fixing in the sport, following its latest meeting in London.
UEFA has given Hungary a two-match ban on spectators due to "the discriminatory behaviour of it supporters" at Euro 2020, where its fans were accused of homophobia and racism.
Platini to return to football but Blatter set to appear before judge over case that bought them down
Disgraced former UEFA President Michel Platini has confirmed that he is to become the French representative on the Board of FIFPro, the world players' union in what will be his first role in sports administration since he was banned for alleged ethics breaches.
UEFA has claimed it is confident the semi-finals and final of the European Championships will remain in London, but the governing body acknowledged there is a contingency plan should discussions with the United Kingdom Government prove unsuccessful over COVID-19 restrictions.
One year later than planned, UEFA’s European Championship is here, and with the cross-border tournament being played against a backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, points will be scored off as well as on the pitch.
Former champions Italy opened the delayed UEFA Euro 2020 with a convincing 3-0 victory over Turkey in Rome.
In a exactly week’s time, Turkey and Italy are set to finally begin the 60th anniversary European Football Championship in Rome.
Portugal has emerged as the favourite to host the all-English Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City after talks between UEFA and the British Government over moving the event from Istanbul reportedly face deadlock.
UEFA has defended its decision to award one of its events to Belarus amid criticism from the global players union.
UEFA has confirmed squads for this year’s European Championship will be increased from 23 to 26 players in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Will social media companies heed the sound of silence as sport’s boycott seeks to combat online racism and abuse?
We’ve been hearing a lot about "solidarity” in sport recently. The word was used numerous times in the self-serving statements put out by those behind the European Super League project that briefly threatened to put 12 of the best football teams into a hermetically sealed revenue-generating unit.
FIFA, UEFA, the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) are among the latest governing bodies to join a four-day boycott of social media to protest against "unacceptable" online abuse.
In the final months of 2018, two contrasting views were put forward outlining the battle between the established order of sport governance and commercial entities.