• Gareth Bale

    Real Madrid edge past Man City

    Real Madrid will face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final for the second time in three years after overcoming Manchester City 1-0 in their semi-final second leg on Wednesday.

  • Ranieri is 'King of England', says mum

    Claudio Ranieri's triumph with Leicester City in England has more than made amends for his unsuccessful time at Roma, according to the Italian's 96-year-old mother.

  • Toni says arrivederci

    Veteran Italian striker Luca Toni will hang up his boots after a final Serie A game with Verona against Juventus on Sunday.

  • Atletico oust Bayern to reach Champions League final

    Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann's 54th-minute strike ousts Bayern Munich from the UEFA Champions League as the Spanish side go through to the final on away goals.

  • We're like brothers: Wes Morgan

    Leicester City captain Wes Morgan is over the moon about his side's historic English Premier League triumph and credits the spirit within the team for the fairytale turnaround.

  • A living-room celebration for the ages

    Leicester City left-back Christian Fuchs posts a video of the moment when his teammates, players of the new Premier League champions, celebrated their historic triumph in striker Jamie Vardy's living room.

  • Salahuddin’s three priorities

    Bangladesh Football Federation president Kazi Salahuddin has said his top three priorities for the next four years would be developing district football, strengthening club football and building a strong national team.

  • Vardy gets top award

    The 29-year-old striker took the award as a clear winner ahead of teammates Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante.

  • Win for Barca, Atletico and Real

    1-0 wins for Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid were followed up by a 2-0 away victory for league leaders Barcelona as the title race looks set to go down the wire.

  • Bangladesh girls romp into final

    The defending champions put nine past the hosts as they enter the final to defend the title they won last year in Nepal.

  • BFF AGM held, elections running

    The Bangladesh Football Federation's much-talked about elections are currently underway at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dhaka.

  • Weah to run again for president of Liberia

    Former Liberia international George Weah has announced he will run for president of Liberia for the second time.

  • Niguez stunner gives Atletico advantage

    A sensational solo effort from Saul Niguez hands Atletico Madrid a precious 1-0 advantage over Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.

  • Sheikh Jamal beat Tampines

    Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club overcomes the challenge from Singapore side Tampine Rovers in their AFC Cup match.

  • BD girls outclass India

    Defending champions Bangladesh get off to a flying start in their Group B game against India with a brace from Tohura and a goal from Maria completing a 3-1 win.

  • Hillsborough 96 were unlawfully killed, jury rules

    A jury hearing inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool football fans in Britain's worst-ever sporting disaster at the Hillsborough football stadium in 1989 rules that they were unlawfully killed, with police failures to blame.

  • The twin dreams

    Anai Mogini and Anuching Mogini might become the first pair of twin sisters to represent Bangladesh when they make debut for the U-14 women’s team against India in the AFC Girls Regional Championship in Tajikistan.

  • Spurs' title hopes in tatters

    Mauricio Pochettino's men have fallen seven points behind leaders Leicester City, with three games remaining, following 1-1 draw against West Bromwich Albion.

  • PSG retain League Cup

    Ten-man Paris Saint-Germain beat Lille 2-1 in the French League Cup final at the Stade de France on Saturday to remain on course for a domestic clean sweep of titles.

  • Suarez hits four again

    The Uruguayan forward hit four goals for the second time in four days as the defending champions moved back to the top following wins for Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

  • Martial sends Man United into FA Cup final

    The Frenchman scores in the last minute of stoppage time after an own goal from Chris Smalling had cancelled out Marouane Fellaini's first-half strike.

  • Salahuddin-led panel makes hefty promises

    The Kazi Salahuddin-led Combined Panel made made hefty promises regarding improving the national team, age-group teams and making district football vibrant again at a press conference at the BFF House.

  • Bayern next for Hummels?

    German newspaper Bild reports that Borussia Dortmund defender and captain Mats Hummels is in talk with Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich over a possible move there after his contract expires in 2017.

  • Zidane regrets failure to rest Ronaldo

    Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has admitted that he regrets not resting Cristiano Ronaldomore frequently.

  • Suarez blasts four in Barca’s 8-0 rout

    Barcelona bounce back from their worst run of La Liga defeats for 13 years in emphatic fashion as Luis Suarez scores four in an 8-0 thrashing of Deportivo la Coruna.

  • Neymar to miss Copa America

    Neymar will not play for Brazil at the Copa America but will be available for the Rio Olympics, according to the striker's club Barcelona.

  • Real, Atletico keep pace after Barca's 8-0 win

    Following Barcelona's 8-0 victory over Deportivo La Coruna, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid won their respective matches as the top of the La Liga points table remained as tight as ever.

  • Neymar to play Olympics, miss Copa America

    Neymar will miss the Copa America in June, but will be released to represent his country at the Rio Olympics in August, FC Barcelona announced on Wednesday.

  • Manchester United, Liverpool fire European hopes

    Matteo Darmian inspired Manchester United to victory over Crystal Palace and Liverpool crushed derby rivals Everton 4-0 as both teams enhanced their chances of securing European football on Wednesday.

  • Dortmund set up final against Bayern

    A 20th-minute goal from Gonzalo Castro and two late goals from Marco Reus and Henrikh Mkhitaryan propelled Dortmund into their third successive Cup final.