Football fixtures 2013-14 announced
Football fixtures for the Premier League, Football League and Scottish leagues for the 2013-14 season are announced.
Redknapp starts against Sheff Wed
Harry Redknapp's QPR kick off their Championship season at home to Sheffield Wednesday, while Wigan travel to Barnsley.
Celtic to open against Ross County
Scottish Premier League champions Celtic will kick off next season at home to Ross County on 3 August.
FA Cup final moves to end of season
The FA Cup final will be played at the end of the domestic season for the first time since 2010 in the 2013-14 season.
Newcastle United MD Llambias resigns
Newcastle United managing director Derek Llambias resigns, the day after Joe Kinnear returns as director of football.
Baldini new Spurs technical director
Former England assistant Franco Baldini is appointed by Tottenham as the Premier League club's technical director.
Carroll passes West Ham medical
Liverpool and England striker Andy Carroll passes a medical at West Ham on Tuesday prior to a potential £15m move.
Pearce to leave as England U21 coach
England Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce will not be offered a new contract by the FA when his deal expires this month.
Hearts rejected late investment bid
BBC Scotland learns that Hearts rejected an offer of £500,000 hours before going to court to begin administration.
Italy U21 2-4 Spain U21
Thiago Alcantara scores a first-half hat-trick as Spain defeat Italy 4-2 to retain the European Under-21 Championship.
Brazil v Mexico
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's game between Brazil and Mexico in the Fifa Confederations Cup.
Italy v Japan
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's game between Italy and Japan in the Fifa Confederations Cup.
Scolari calls for calm from protestors
Brazil coach Luis Felipe Scolari calls for calm after demonstrations rock the country during the Confederations Cup.
Stoke change mind on Pennant release
Stoke City opt to hand winger Jermaine Pennant a one-year deal, 12 days after deciding to release him.
Kinnear 'more intelligent' than critics
Joe Kinnear says he has "more intelligence" than any of the critics who have questioned his return to Newcastle.
Villa sign Denmark forward Helenius
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert makes Aalborg and Denmark striker Nicklas Helenius his fourth summer signing.
Barnsley sign Jennings from Bayern
Barnsley sign Bayern Munich's former Tranmere forward Dale Jennings for £250,000 on a three-year deal.
Ethiopia FA admits ineligible player
The president of the Ethiopia FA, Sahilu Gebremariam, admits his side fielded an ineligible player in a 2014 World Cup qualifier.
Australia, Iran & S Korea in World Cup
Australia, South Korea and Iran qualify from the Asian Football Confederation for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Transfers - June 2013
Track all the latest signings day by day
VIDEO: Highlights: Tahiti 1-6 Nigeria
Nnamdi Oduamadi scores a hat-trick as Nigeria beat Tahiti 6-1 in the Confederations Cup.
VIDEO: Tahitian football's greatest moment?
Jonathan Tehau sparks wild celebrations by scoring for Tahiti against Nigeria in the Confederations Cup in Brazil.
VIDEO: Neymar, Suarez, Murray and more
Catch up with all the weekend's best action, featuring the Confederations Cup, England in rugby action against Argentina, Murray winning Queen's, and a dramatic Moto GP race from Catalunya.
VIDEO: Highlights: Spain 2-1 Uruguay
Goals from Pedro and Roberto Soldado help Spain beat Uruguay 2-1 at the Arena Pernambuco in the Confederations Cup on Sunday.
VIDEO: Highlights: Mexico 1-2 Italy
Mario Balotelli scores the winner for Italy as they beat Mexico 2-1 at the Maracana in the Confederations Cup on Sunday.
VIDEO: Pirlo hits 'perfect' free-kick for Italy
Andrea Pirlo scores a superb free-kick for Italy against Mexico in the Confederations Cup.
VIDEO: Neymar scores superb opening goal
Neymar gets the first goal of the 2013 Confederations Cup as he scores with a superb first-time shot for Brazil against Japan after just three minutes.
VIDEO: Highlights: Brazil 3-0 Japan
Brazil get their Confederations Cup campaign off to a winning start with a convincing 3-0 win over Japan in their Group A match on Saturday.
VIDEO: Confederations Cup - Group B guide
BBC Sport's Dan Walker profiles the four teams that make up Group B at the 2013 Confederations Cup.
VIDEO: Confederations Cup - Group A guide
BBC Sport's Dan Walker profiles the four teams that make up Group A at the 2013 Confederations Cup.
AUDIO: Kinnear's interview on talkSport
Joe Kinnear has hit back at the critics who have questioned his return to Newcastle as director of football on a three-year contract.
VIDEO: Bale should move for career - Zico
Brazilian legend Zico says it is important for an "excellent" player like Gareth Bale "to compete in the Champions League".
VIDEO: Stoney and Powell aiming for Euros final
England captain Casey Stoney discusses the "massive honour" of leading "the best squad we've ever had" into Euro 2013.
VIDEO: Wigan 'the right job' for Coyle
Owen Coyle says he has taken "the right job" after being attracted to Wigan by the challenge of returning the Latics to the Premier League.
VIDEO: Aluko sets sights on Euro 2013 glory
Chelsea's Eniola Aluko says England want to "go one further than 2009" and win the European Championship after being named in the 23-woman squad for Euro 2013.
VIDEO: Goal-line technology ready for use
BBC Sport looks at how goal-line technology will be used in the 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil.
VIDEO: Wycombe build schools in Kenya
While many footballers were sunning themselves on a beach this summer, Wycombe midfielder Matt Bloomfield was in Kenya helping to build classrooms for school children.
VIDEO: Pearce says players did not deliver
England Under-21s manager Stuart Pearce says his players did not deliver at the European Championship in Israel.
VIDEO: Euro 2013 group challenging - Powell
England women's coach Hope Powell tells BBC Sport their first aim at next month's Euro 2013 will be to qualify from a "challenging" group.
Tough start as Man Utd enter new era
A tough start at Man Utd means David Moyes has the chance to lay a good platform to build on, writes BBC Sport's Phil McNulty
Loose cannon Pearce pays the price
As Stuart Pearce exits England's youth set-up, BBC Sport's Phil McNulty looks at the way forward for the Under-21s.
Where does Kinnear's arrival leave Pardew?
As Joe Kinnear makes a surprise return to Newcastle, chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses how Alan Pardew may be feeling
Brazil discovers a new beautiful game
BBC Sport's Tim Vickery says Brazilian locals were mesmerised by Spain's performance and team ethic against Uruguay
Rebuilt Maracana has lost none of its magic
After construction delays and criticism, Rio's Maracana stadium was able to finally shine in Italy's win over Mexico, says BBC Sport's Ben Smith
Can 'The Engineer' fix Manchester City?
Man City's new boss Manuel Pellegrini is calm, composed and tactically switched on, argues Spanish football writer Andy West
Rangers kick off at home to Brechin
Dundee travel to Queen of the South and Rangers host Brechin on the opening day of next season.
Swansea City begin against champions
Manchester United come to Swansea on the first day of the Premier League season, while the Welsh derbies with Cardiff are revealed.
Clarke becomes Dergview player-boss
Portadown midfielder Richard Clarke is appointed player-manager of Championship One club Dergview.
In pictures: Brazil's World Cup progress
How are Brazil's host cities making progress on their construction projects as the countdown begins for the FIFA 2014 World Cup?
Confederations Cup: The stadiums
BBC Sport's guide to the six Confederations Cup venues in Brazil; from the north to the south.
'At Newcastle, he could make the difference'
Ex-players, colleagues and a journalist give an insight into working with Newcastle director of football Joe Kinnear