Matt Macey has departed Arsenal to sign for Scottish Premiership’s Hibernian Football Club on a short-term contract until end of season.
English Football League (EFL) have announced that they will be introducing twice weekly Coronavirus testing for all 72 member clubs from next week.
With 2020 having drawn to its conclusion, we turn our attention to 2021 and look at five burning football questions that are set to be answered within the next 12 months.
English Football League (EFL) and Premier League have agreed a £250m rescue package for EFL clubs which aims to address immediate financial impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Premier League and English Football League have both welcomed the UK Government’s decision to allow supporters to return to stadiums next month.
English Football League (EFL) have announced that changes to the substitution rules plus the launch of an anti-streaming campaign.
With the opening round of 2020-21 FA Cup now complete, we bring a full roundup of the action across all 40 ties as 14 non-league teams progressed to the next stage.
All 20 Premier League clubs and English Football Association have unanimously refused to endorse or pursue Project Big Picture following a meeting.
English Football could be set for a revamp following confirmation that the Premier League and EFL are working on a joint venture called ‘Project Big Picture’.
England FA, Premier League, EFL, Women Super League (WSL) and Women’s Championship have released a joint statement expressing their commitment to getting fans back into stadiums as soon as possible.
English Football League (EFL) have announced seven matches from across this weekend’s Sky Bet Championship plus Leagues One and Two will be permitted spectators, as part of a pilot scheme to return fans to stadiums.
With the Second Round of 2020-21 Carabao Cup taking place this midweek, here is how you can watch matches across next few rounds.
A majority of English Football League (EFL) clubs have voted in favour of plans to finalise standings on an unweighted Points-Per-Game basis, in event that the 2019-20 season cannot be completed.
EFL and Sky Sports have agreed a new ‘innovative’ deal which will see Sky show 45 games live, with season ticket holders of Championship clubs given unprecedent access to watch remaining games online.
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?