Forget the Cissé perfume that costs less than entry to Arsenal and smell proper football again
The Premier League will pass the 250million fan mark at tonight's games - 20 years after its launch.
Fulham have made an official complaint to the Premier League about the Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers.
Howard Webb hailed the legacy Jack Taylor left on refereeing in this country as tributes poured in for the former official who has died at the age of 82.
The Premier League could be the first in the world to introduce goalline technology from the start of the 2012-13 season, according to its chief executive Richard Scudamore.
Manchester United have become the first club to top the £60million mark in earnings from Premier League prize money and TV cash.
Richard Scudamore has revealed Premier League chiefs considered the idea of introducing a play-off for the competition's fourth and final Champions League berth.
Former FA chairman claims Premier League would only back 2018 process in return for '39th game' approval
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is set to miss the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City on April 16 after being charged by the Football Association for his foul-mouthed on-camera tirade at the weekend.
The National Football League, with more than three-quarters of its players black, can point out that 22 per cent of its head coaches are from 'ethnic minorities', up from six per cent in 2003
West Ham row aside, one loss in 20 games means Slade's group will be ready when Arsenal come calling today
New Football Association chairman David Bernstein is happy to resist the temptation of responding to the damning words of his predecessor Lord Triesman.
David Cameron called for a step-change in trade links between Britain and Turkey today, setting out an ambition of doubling their value over the next five years.
As the World Cup finalists completed their final training sessions at Soccer City last night, Danny Jordaan, the influential chief executive of the Local Organising Committee, admitted that player fatigue has had an effect on the competition and called for a longer rest period before the 2014 finals.
Fabio Capello's future as England manager looked to be almost secure last night when senior figures in the Football Association decided to turn the decision over to the FA's only executive director, Alex Horne, which signals that they are not prepared to go hunting for a new coach.
Key FA board member gives support to manager who remains keen to stay in job