• Euro 2016: From Albania to Wales, all 24 rosters confirmed
    With the deadline for naming 23-man rosters for the 2016 European Championship passing on Tuesday, all 24 teams' squads are now set.
  • England wins U-21 Toulon Tournament
    England's U-21s beat host France, 2-1, in the final to win the Toulon Tournament for the first time since 1994. En route to the title, Coach Gareth Southgate's squad beat Japan (1-0), Paraguay (4-0), Guinea (7-1) and Portugal (1-0).
  • Euro 2016: Another heartbreak for Marco Reus
    Marco Reus, who missed the 2014 World Cup after suffering an ankle injury a week before the tournament, has been left out of Germany's squad for Euro 2016 because of a groin injury. Bastian Schweinsteiger was picked despite not playing since a partial ligament tear suffered in March, his second knee injury of the year, while Mats Hummels, who has a calf injury, also made the cut.
  • Euro 2016: Rashford on England roster; Townsend and Drinkwater miss out
    Manchester United's 18-year-old striker Marcus Rashford has been named in Roy Hodgson's 23-man England squad for Euro 2016. Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is also included, but Newcastle United's Andros Townsend and Leicester City's Danny Drinkwater both miss out.
  • Euro 2016: Turkey names 18-year-old to squad
    Emre Mor, an 18-year-old midfielder who plays for Danish club Nordsjaelland, was named to Turkey's Euro 2016 squad. Mor, who was born and raised in Denmark, debuted for Turkey on Sunday in its 1-0 win over Montenegro.
  • Messi misses first day of tax fraud trial
    Citing a back injury suffered in Friday's friendly against Honduras, Lionel Messi missed the first of hearings in the trial in Barcelona at which he and his father, Jorge Horacio Messi, are accused by the Spanish tax office of defrauding the government of $4.7 million in 2007-2009. They could face jail terms of up to 22 months if found guilty.
  • Floridian ready to battle USA for Bolivia
    Alejandro Melean was born and raised in Florida and grew up facing U.S. midfielder Alejandro Bedoya. He'll get another chance to play against Bedoya when he suits up for Bolivia against the USA Saturday.
  • French protesters plan on disrupting Euro 2016
    Terrorism won't be the only security issue Euro 2016 organizers will face in France. Paris train union workers plan on disrupting the tournament to protest sweeping labor reform laws passed by the French government.
  • New York City FC flop Nemec stars for Slovakia in Euro 2016 warmup
    Adam Nemec, cut loose after just six months with New York City FC in 2015, scored two goals to lead Slovakia to a 3-1 win over Georgia in a Euro 2016 warmup on Friday. Nemec, Slovakia's second leading goal scorer in qualifying, joined Dutch club Willem II after leaving MLS.
  • Deja vu: England teen Rashford scores on first shot of debut
    Marcus Rashford did it in his Europa League debut for Manchester United and followed that up in his EPL debut with United against Arsenal, and he did it again in his England debut. The 18-year-old forward scored with his first shot in the third minute of its 2-1 friendly win over Australia on Friday in Sunderland.
  • Sergio Busquets re-ups for five years at Barcelona
    Sergio Busquets, who has played on six La Liga championship teams and won the Champions League in 2009, 2011 and 2015, signed a new five-year deal at Barcelona.
  • Transfers: Mourinho's targets include Kante and Willian
    Jose Mourinho's return to the managerial ranks at Manchester United is sure to set off more inflationary spending in England.
  • Deal: Manchester United and Mourinho come to terms
    Manchester United and Jose Mourinho reached an agreement for the Portuguese to become United's new manager.
  • Lyon stars exit with third UEFA Women's Champions League title
    Lyon overcame the shock of conceding an 88th-minute equalizer to win its third UEFA Women's Champions League title on Thursday with a 4-3 shootout victory over Wolfsburg after the final finished 1-1 in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
  • Simeone will stay at Atletico Madrid next season
    Atletico Madrid got some good news ahead of Saturday's UEFA Champions League final when club president Enrique Cerezo confirmed that Argentine coach Diego Simeone will remain with Atletico next season for the final year of his contract.