Veteran soccer official Marios Lefkaritis will end his 21-year stint on UEFA's executive committee in April after European soccer's governing body said the Cypriot had withdrawn as a candidate for re-election.
The National Sports Council (NSC) formed an ad-hoc committee of the Bangladesh Athletic Federation on Wednesday after dissolving the previous committee which expired on February 6.
Big bats are set to be consigned to the wood-heap and umpires will be given the power to send off players from October as part of cricket's new Code of Laws, the Marylebone Cricket Club has said.
The man who was leading FIFA's fight against match-fixing has left his post, soccer's world governing body said on Monday.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport said Monday that Sepp Blatter breached FIFA's ethics codes as it firmly rejected his appeal against a six year ban for making a $2 million payment to ousted UEFA chief Michel Platini.
The International Cricket Council has docked six points of Indian women’s cricket team after they skipped all their three matches against Pakistan in the ICC women’s championship competition.
With the BCCI threatening to call off the ongoing series between India and New Zealand, the Justice R M Lodha led panel today clarifies that they didn't direct the banks to freeze the accounts of the Board.
The bowling action review committee led by Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director Jalal Yunus will get into action and start working with the bowlers under the scanner.
The World Cricket Committee of MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) has called for new limits on the size of bats in a bid to ensure an even contest between bat and ball.
The working committee of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has proposed a complete revamp of the national selection panel after a meeting yesterday.
FIFA's ethics committee on Friday recommend a two-year ban from all football activities for Wolfgang Niersbach, former president of the German Football Association (DFB), over an alleged corruption scandal around the right to host the 2006 World Cup.
Russia's sports ministry says on Wednesday it fully supports actions by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to bar athletes who dope from competitions, but said clean athletes should not be excluded from the Rio games.
The head of FIFA's independent audit committee Domenico Scala quit Saturday in protest at what he called attacks on reforms of the scandal-tainted world football governing body by its leadership.
FIFA name a Senegalese UN diplomat as its first ever female secretary general on Friday, a historic move announced at a congress that sought to relegate world football's corruption crisis to the past.
Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) last night announced its 301-member full-fledged committee.
Cabinet gives approval to a proposal for forming two committees to resolve inter-ministerial disputes.
A three-member probe committee has been formed over the attack on police at Ashulia that left a police constable dead.