Mourinho will have say in Rooney role - Allardyce
England manager Sam Allardyce says Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will determine where Wayne Rooney plays for his country.
Two more African places for World Cup - Infantino
Africa will get two extra World Cup places should the tournament expand to 40 teams from 2026, says Fifa boss Gianni Infantino.
Liverpool's Allen completes £13m Stoke move
Stoke City sign Wales midfielder Joe Allen from Premier League rivals Liverpool for £13m on a five-year deal.
Rangers cruise into Scottish League Cup last 16
Two goals by Martyn Waghorn and Niko Kranjcar's first for the club see Rangers ease into the last 16 of the Scottish League Cup.
Aaron Cresswell: West Ham defender out for four months with knee injury
West Ham defender Aaron Cresswell is ruled out for four months with a knee ligament injury.
Former England star Ray Wilkins sentenced for drink-driving
Former England footballer Ray Wilkins is given a 10-week suspended prison sentence for drink-driving.
New boss Allardyce's vision for England
Watch new England boss Sam Allardyce outline his vision for the England football team, as he gives his thoughts on tactics, players and pressure.
Burnley give fan indefinite ban for racial abuse
Burnley ban a supporter who racially abused a Bradford player during a pre-season friendly from attending matches indefinitely.
Steve Bruce: Former Hull City manager thanks fans for 'unwavering' support
Ex-Hull boss Steve Bruce thanks fans for their "unwavering" support but says he left "for the sake of the club".
England job is Allardyce's 'greatest challenge'
New England manager Sam Allardyce says the job will be the "greatest challenge" of his career.
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Kenny Jackett to stay as head coach under new owners
Kenny Jackett will remain as head coach of Wolves and be given significant funding for players by the new owners.
Liverpool fined for Europa League crowd disturbances
Liverpool are fined 16,000 euros (£13,404) by Uefa following crowd disturbances during the Europa League final.
Former German FA president Niersbach banned
Wolfgang Niersbach, the former president of the German FA, is banned from all football activity for one year.
Partick's McMillan has cocaine ban reduced after appeal
Former Partick Thistle defender Jordan McMillan is free to return to training after his drug ban is reduced following an appeal.
Pregnancy sidelines WSL 2 top scorer Wiltshire
Wales and Yeovil Town Ladies forward Sarah Wiltshire, top scorer in Women's Super League Two, announces she is pregnant.
Fawaz Al Hasawi: Nottingham Forest owner hopes to sell club within a month
Owner Fawaz Al Hasawi tells the BBC he hopes the takeover of Nottingham Forest will happen within the next month.
Man City: Fabian Delph 'amazed' by 'unbelievable' Pep Guardiola
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph says he has learned more in three weeks under new manager Pep Guardiola than he has in his career so far.
Jose Mourinho talks Paul Pogba, Wayne Rooney & Juan Mata
New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho talks about the ongoing transfer negotiations with Paul Pogba, and the futures of Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata.
Sam Allardyce: New England manager's football philosophy
BBC Sport looks at what fans can expect from Sam Allardyce as he is appointed England manager.
Bournemouth gifted comical own goal on USA pre-season tour
Minnesota United goalkeeper Sammy Ndjock scores a truly ridiculous own goal playing in a pre-season friendly against Bournemouth.
Sam Allardyce right person for England - Jose Mourinho
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho believes Sam Allardyce is "the right person" to manage England and says he is "more than ready" for the challenge.
Man City lose to Bayern Munich in Pep Guardiola's first game
Pep Guardiola's first game in charge of Manchester City ends in a 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich as a goal from Erdal Ozturk gives Carlo Ancelotti's side victory.
World Cup 2014: Gotze scores winner for Germany in final
Watch Mario Gotze's brilliant extra-time winner for Germany against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final.
Get Inspired: Find out how football has helped Jude deal with cerebral palsy
Jude Liversage has become an ambassador for Together We Will, a new campaign to encourage more people with disabilities to take up sport.
Did the 1966 World Cup change England?
England's victory in the 1966 World Cup is now a part of the national legend but the tournament had a lasting impact on the country itself.
Sam Allardyce: Sheep testicles and toilet races - the England manager's early years
Sheep testicles and toilet races form part of the rise of Sam Allardyce - England's new manager.
Sam Allardyce: What will England look like under him?
Set-piece drills, yoga, long passing - what will England look like under new manager Sam Allardyce?
Transfers - July 2016
Track all the latest signings as they happen in England, Scotland and across the world.
Manager ins and outs - July 2016
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.