Brentford have announced that Henrik Dalsgaard, Luke Daniels and Emiliano Marcondes will all depart the clubs at the end of their contracts on 30 June 2021.
Premier League and English Football Association have confirmed details of the punishment for the six clubs who attempted to break away to form an European Super League in April.
English Football League (EFL) have announced that supporters will be permitted to attend 2020-21 Play-Off Semi-Finals and Finals across all three divisions.
Norwich City’s Emiliano Buendia was crowned the Championship’s Player of the Season at the 2020-21 EFL Awards, honouring the best players and achievements of this campaign.
English Football Association alongside several leagues and organisations have announced a social media boycott in a stand against ‘discriminatory abuse’ of footballers and club staff.
English Football League (EFL) have welcomed the decision of the six English Premier League clubs to withdraw from the European Super League (ESL).
English Football League (EFL) have announced their decision to oppose plans for a new European Super League.
Six English clubs are set to sign up for a new breakaway European Super League, which is mooted to get underway from 2022-23 season.
English Football League (EFL) have announced details for 2020-21 post-season play-offs across Championship, League One and League Two.
English Football League (EFL) have agreed a new £117.5m funding package with MetLife Investment Management to support Championship clubs.
England Football Association (FA) have described the damning findings of an independent review into child abuse within football as ‘a dark day for the beautiful game.’
England Football Association in union with the country’s six leagues have sent a joint open letter to Facebook and Twitter in an attempt to force action on racism using social media platforms.
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.