Roy Hodgson has won his fight for an England get-together next week, after talks between the Football Association and the Premier League.
Tokyo Sexwale has denied reports that he is coming under pressure to withdraw from the FIFA presidential race.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez expects John Stones to develop into one of England's greatest players.
Lionel Messi will not chase a second Olympic gold at the Rio Games in August, Argentina coach Gerardo Martino has confirmed.
Former Liverpool and Everton defender Abel Xavier has been named the new coach of the Mozambique national team.
FIFA has written to its 209 members with an official list of the candidates who will be standing in the presidential election on February 26.
Steven Gerrard has admitted that he would be happy to take a role with the FA when he decides to retire.
Man City's Sergio Aguero insists he has learned from his mistakes and is now looking after his body in an attempt to avoid injuries.
UEFA will not hold a presidential election until Michel Platini's appeal against his ban from football activity is over.
The Football Association lost £12.1m last year after setting aside £10m to make 100 of its employees redundant.
Tomas Rosicky took another step towards an Arsenal comeback with 45 minutes for the club's U21 side on Friday.
Jorge Sampaoli, a reported managerial target for Chelsea and Swansea, has stepped down as Chile coach.
Chris Coleman's Wales will play Ukraine in a pre-Euro 2016 friendly in March.
Lionel Messi has won the 2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or award, scooping the best player in the world accolade for a record fifth time.
FIFA presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ibrahim al Khalifa dismisses Prince Ali's 'inaccurate' complaint.
USA Women's boss Jill Ellis has made history by becoming the first British-born coach to win a prize at FIFA's Ballon d'Or Awards.
FIFA presidential candidate Tokyo Sexwale has defended Sepp Blatter's record and says he feels sorry him.
Former high-ranking FIFA official Alfredo Hawit has pleaded not guilty to charges in a multi-million dollar bribery scheme.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has confirmed that his team will take on Wales in a friendly in Cardiff on March 24.
The Football Association has named Baroness Sue Campbell CBE as its new Head of Women's Football.