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.
Norwich City goalkeeper, Tim Krul has signed a new three-and-a-half year contract, keeping him at Carrow Road until June 2024.
Manchester City’s Lucy Bronze was crowned the Best Women’s Player of 2020 and selected in this year’s top Women’s world XI as FIFA honoured the stand-out stars of 2020.
Manchester City look to boost their Premier League title ambitions as they host Burnley at the Etihad Stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur face a blockbuster Premier League test as they welcome Manchester City to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Romania open their Nations League Group B1 campaign by welcoming Northern Ireland to the Arena Nationala in Bucharest.
England Lionesses have announced Netherlands’ Sarina Wiegman as Phil Neville’s successor from September 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.
Euro 2020 is now just six months away as defending champions, Portugal plus other top teams in France, Belgium and England look to discover who they will face in the Group Stage.
After an eventful 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16, we now have our final eight but there’s only one place to start rounding up the first knockout stage of this tournament.
After two thrilling weeks of Group Stage action at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we round up all the drama and results and guide you through the final standings ahead of the Knockouts which commences this weekend.
After 24 thrilling fixtures across six groups at the round-robin stage of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we take a look at the state of play as teams enter the final round of group matches.
After Thursday’s heartbreak against the Netherlands, England face an UEFA Nations League Third-Place Play-Off against Switzerland at the Estadio D. Alfonso Henriques.
Tonight sees the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup get underway in Paris, France as 24 teams gear up to do battle for football’s ultimate prize over the next month as France meet South Korea in tonight’s opening match.
With Portugal already through to Sunday’s Final after beating Switzerland, Netherlands meet England in the second semi-final of the inaugural UEFA Nations League at Estadio D. Afonso Henriques.