The Leicester star's wife was caught up in a police crackdown as football fans clashed ahead of England's opening match against Russia
Belgium are preparing to face Italy in Lyon and hope to redirect focus back to the football
England supporters were set upon before the 1-1 Group B draw by a gang of 300 Russians
Russia are due to host the 2017 Confederations Cup as well as the 2018 World Cup
Uefa are unable to discipline a nation for anything that happens outside of the 'stadium perimeter'
The total prize money for the tournament is to be €301m, a big rise on the €194m in Euro 2012
It was claimed the FA failed to make an official request to European football's governing body
France has mobilised 90,000 police and private guards to provide security at Euro 2016
The 60-year-old administrator will not be able to run in the 2019 Fifa presidential election
The leaked documents raise new questions about Gianni Infantino as incoming head of Fifa. It's not enough to claim that world football has turned over a new leaf
Contracts between the European football body and Hugo Jinkis have emerged as part of the Panama Papers leak
His signature appears on contracts which link Uefa to one of the men implicated in the World Cup scandal
The 45-year-old is currently the Uefa general secretary and is second-favourite to win the election
The success of goal-line technology in the Premier League and World Cup proved crucial
Uefa will not schedule a presidential election to replace banned Michel Platini until the Frenchman's appeal has been decided, the European soccer body said in a statement on Friday.
Banned President says his father told him never to take bribes as a 12-year-old