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Everton's penalty for breaching Premier League financial regulations has been lessened from 10 points to six after a successful appeal process.


Schools are facing significant financial strains due to escalating costs associated with contracts with private firms.


In a welcomed turn of events, Scotland supporters will be permitted to bring their beloved bagpipes into stadiums during Euro 2024.


A rift has emerged between two semi-professional football clubs following the termination of a groundshare agreement by one of the parties.


The UK government is aiding citizens in keeping their New Year's resolution of exercising more by investing £93 million in grassroots sport facilities across the country. Over 1,100 projects, from


Exercising more is the most common New Year’s resolution*, and the UK Government is giving hundreds of thousands more people across the UK the ability to keep their resolution and get

Jurgen Klopp, the current manager of Liverpool, has decided to step down from his role at the conclusion of the season, citing a depletion of energy as the primary reason for his departure.


Manchester United (NYSE: MANU), a globally renowned and accomplished sports team, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Omar Berrada as its new Chief Executive Officer.


A 38-year-old man from Cumbria has been arrested following an alleged incident of racial abuse against an assistant referee during the Carlisle United vs. Oxford United match at Brunton Park

The Premier League has charged both Everton and Nottingham Forest with breaching its financial rules, referring them to an independent commission for alleged breaches of profit and