• Euro 2017: Denmark stuns six-time defending champion Germany
    Denmark pulled one of the biggest upsets in the history of women's soccer when it beat six-time European champion Germany, coming from behind for a 2-1 win in the Euro 2017 quarterfinals.
  • Euro 2017: Jodie Taylor sinks France
    Jodie Taylor, who played at Oregon State and at Washington and Portland in the NWSL, scored her fifth goal in three Euro 2017 matches to give England a 1-0 win over France in the quarterfinals.
  • Wenger: More players will become free agents due to skyrocketing transfer fees
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says more players will play out their contracts and become free agents because of skyrocketing transfer fees. A half a dozen key Gunners are in the final year of their contracts,
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has his day in tax court
    While his teammates are in Chicago for the MLS All-Star Game, Cristiano Ronaldo was in Spanish court on Monday. He was facing charges of tax evasion.
  • Chape survivor Ruschel returns to action
    Alan Ruschel, one of three players who survived the air crash that killed 71 people in Colombia, played his first game for Chapecoense, coming on in the second half of a friendly against Ypiranga.
  • Former Turkish international held in crackdown
    Former Fenerbahce and Basaksehir defender Bekir Irtegun was detained as part of the sweeping crackdown by the Turkish government of those it believes were sympathetic to U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom it blames for orchestrating last year's abortive coup.
  • Agent: Bale transfer talk is 'ridiculous' and 'stupid'
    Talk of Gareth Bale leaving Real Madrid, perhaps for Manchester United, if the Spanish club makes a move for Monaco teenager Kylian Mbappe, was rejected by Bale's agent. "It's a ridiculous, stupid story," agent Jonathan Barnett told BBC Sport.
  • Luis Suarez: Barca players will support Neymar with his decision
    All the talk on the eve of the Barcelona-Real Madrid El Clasico clash in Miami was about the future of Neymar, rumored to be headed to Paris St. Germain, a subject that clearly bothered Barca players.
  • Juventus turns down bids for Dybala
    Argentine forward Paulo Dybala is one of the hottest forwards in Europe, linked with a big-money move to Barcelona, but Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta said the club has refused plenty of offers for him.
  • Euro 2017: England sweeps group play
    England won Group D at Euro 2017 with a 2-1 win over Portugal and will face France in the quarterfinals. Toni Duggan and Laura Bassett scored in the win, England's third in three games.
  • Italian companies probed for sale of television rights
    Italian authorities have opened a probe of how companies managing television rights to Serie A and Serie B games sold the TV rights to foreign broadcasters.
  • UCL Qualifying: Horvath's Club Brugge rallies for 3-3 tie
    Ethan Horvath opened the 2017-18 season for Club Brugge in a 3-3 tie with Istanbul Basaksehir. Brugge needed a goal on a free kick by Stefano Denswil in stoppage time to earn the draw after it blew a 2-0 lead, conceding three goals in 16 minutes in the second half.
  • Turkey coach out after holiday brawl
    Turkey coach Fatih Terim has left his job two weeks after he was involved in a brawl in a holiday town. The 63-year-old was seen in television footage fighting with a restaurant owner. Reportedly, he and his sons-in-law left five men injured after the incident.
  • Euro 2017: Germany beats Russia to reach quarters
    Germany reached the quarterfinals of the Women's Euro 2017 with a 2-0 win over Russia to finish on top of Group B. Both goals came from penalty kicks as the Germans again struggled to finish despite 29 shots on goal and 71 percent of the possession.
  • Spanish federation president suspended
    Jailed Spanish soccer federation president Angel Maria Villar, at the helm since 1988, has been suspended for a year by the Sport Commission of the Higher Sports Council in the wake of his arrest for on allegations of collusion, fraud and embezzlement.