April 11 – Already in crisis on and off the field, Juventus have now been given a partial stadium ban for their next home game in the Italian Cup as a result of racist chants directed towards Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku.
April 11 – Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney celebrated in the stands as Wrexham, the club they took over in 2020, moved closer to promotion in dramatic fashion on Monday.
April 11 – Peter Bossaert (pictured) will not give up without a fight. The former CEO of the Belgian FA (RBFA), is suing his former employer, claiming his reputation has been damaged.
April 9 – The DFL is reporting an increase in the total revenue of German professional football to €4.48 billion in the 2021-22 season, the first increase since the pandemic.
April 9 – England’s women levelled up the first of Finalissima series between UEFA and Conmebol with a penalty shoot-put win over Brazil.
By Samindra Kunti in Lisbon
April 6 – England once again has a representative on the FIFA Council, football’s top table, after FA president Debbie Hewitt was elected as the British vice-president. Hewitt is the first female vice president in FIFA’s history.
April 5 – Lise Klaveness has vowed to campaign again and champion women in the game after her bid to get a seat on the executive committee of UEFA failed. The Norwegian FA president collected just 18 votes in Wednesday’s elections.
April 6 – Danish FA president Jesper Moller has defended his track record on the UEFA executive committee after his re-election, claiming he defends good governance.
April 6 – UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin believes the refereeing scandal facing Barcelona is a massively serious issue for the Spanish giants.
April 6 – It is perhaps no surprise that of the seven men elected on to the UEFA executive committee on Wednesday, the one gaining the fewest votes was Ukraine FA boss Andriy Pavelko (pictured).
April 6 – Nearly 900 Liverpool fans caught up in the chaotic scenes at last year’s Champions League final are to sue UEFA, according to their lawyers.
April 6 – The Serbian government has given the country’s two biggest clubs – Partizan Belgrade and Red Star Belgrade – financial aid of €2.5 million each. The financial assistance was granted following a request from the Serbian Football Federation (FSS).
By Andrew Warshaw
April 5 – UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin was elected unopposed by acclamation for another four-year term today but not before launching a scathing attack on irresponsible club owners, accusing them of running their businesses in a “high-risk even reckless manner that defies all logic and principles.”
By Samindra Kunti in Lisbon
April 5 – Lise Klaveness has left the Portuguese capital empty-handed. After the Nordic bid for Euro 2025 fell short, the Norwegian FA president failed to win a seat on the UEFA executive committee, falling well short with just 18 votes.