No concerns about World Cup safety - Southgate
England manager Gareth Southgate says he has "no concerns" about security and safety at this summer's World Cup in Russia.
England 'like deer in headlights' after they were bowled out for 58
Head coach Trevor Bayliss says England's players were like "deer in headlights" as they were bowled out for 58 by New Zealand.
Bale breaks Wales goalscoring record as Giggs era starts with six-goal win
Gareth Bale scores a hat-trick to become Wales' record goalscorer as Ryan Giggs starts his managerial reign with a comfortable victory over China.
Five things to look forward to in the 2018 Formula 1 season
A rivalry, grid kids and 'Hamojis' - just a few of the reasons why we can't wait for the 2018 Formula 1 season to return this weekend
Man Utd 'drag themselves into 21st century' with plans for a women's team - what will it cost?
What took Man Utd so long to start a women's team, what will cost and are they likely to succeed?
Highlights: Bale scores hat-trick in 6-0 win over China
Watch highlights as Gareth Bale scores a hat-trick to become Wales's record goalscorer, during their convincing 6-0 win over China in the China Cup.
Ireland take on Afghanistan for final World Cup place after shock Zimbabwe loss
Ireland will qualify for the 2019 World Cup if they beat Afghanistan on Friday following a surprise defeat for hosts Zimbabwe.
People with brains understand United's situation - Mourinho
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho says people with "a brain" and "common sense" appreciate the Red Devils are in a period of transition.
Four goals, Three Lions & some dodgy haircuts - that one game when England were brilliant
It was Euro '96 and England were taking on European giants, the Netherlands and the rest, as they say, is history.
'Great things also come to an end' - Ibrahimovic leaves Man Utd for LA Galaxy
Former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic leaves Manchester United and is set to join MLS club LA Galaxy.
Australian GP: 'After grafting in a cold gym, Australia is such a buzz'
Following months of cold early mornings, BBC F1 columnist and 5 live expert summariser Jolyon Palmer feels the buzz of Melbourne.
Wilshere out of England's friendly v the Netherlands
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is out of England's match against the Netherlands on Friday after injuring a knee in training.
Enquiry urged into full scale of historical racist abuse
Football chiefs are being urged to investigate the full scale of alleged historical racial abuse of players.
Messi can 'carry the team on his shoulders' at World Cup, says Argentina manager
Argentina star Lionel Messi can "carry the team on his shoulders" at this year's World Cup in Russia, says manager Jorge Sampaoli.
England women to hone World T20 plans in series with India and Australia
England women will use the tri-series with India and Australia to hone their plans for the World T20, says captain Heather Knight.
Mulgrew to captain Scotland against Costa Rica
Blackburn defender Charlie Mulgrew will captain Scotland in Friday's friendly with Costa Rica at Hampden Park.
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China Cup: Watch Gareth Bale make history
Gareth Bale makes history at the China Cup with a hat-trick to become Wales' all-time leading goalscorer
Gareth Southgate: England shouldn't 'keep pointing the finger at Russia about racism'
England manager Gareth Southgate says the country shouldn't "keep pointing the finger at Russia about racism".
Gareth Bale breaks Wales scoring record after sealing hat-trick against China
Gareth Bale breaks Ian Rush's all-time scoring record for Wales after sealing a hat-trick to put them 6-0 up against China at the Guangxi Stadium in Nanning
Scotland v Costa Rica: Remember what happened at Italia '90?
Scotland play Costa Rica on Friday at Hampden. Remember what happened when they met at Italia '90?
Birthday boy Wilson marks first Wales start with stunning goal
Harry Wilson caps a great first half for Wales with a stunning fourth goal to send them into the break 4-0 up against China in the Guangxi Stadium
Gareth Bale puts Wales in front with a second-minute opener against China
Gareth Bale puts Wales in front with a second-minute opener against China at the Guangxi Stadium in the semi-final of the China Cup
Choose football manager games - The Premier League Show's ode to football manager games
Watch the Premier League Show's ode to all those who have ever played football manager games, with a little nod to the film Trainspotting.
Gareth Bale scores his second goal to put Wales 2-0 up
Gareth Bale equals Ian Rush's record of 28 goals for Wales, scoring a second of the night to put them 2-0 up against China at the Guangxi Stadium
The conductor who will be coxing for Oxford in the Boat Race
Oxford Music graduate Zachary Thomas Johnson says coxing in the Boat Race will be like conducting an orchestra.
Who's in goal? 4-3-3 or 3-4-3? Choose your England World Cup team
Pick the starting XI you would like to see England go with at the World Cup and then share it with your friends.
Sport England survey: Walking is the most popular as nearly 62% exercise recommended amount
Walking is the most popular exercise in England with younger people also opting for High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), according to figures released by Sport England.
The day Muhammad Ali fought in Paisley - and was booed
The world champion was booed by Scottish boxing fans when he appeared at Paisley ice rink.
Tara Jones: St Helens Ladies captain on making Super League history and juggling commitments
Tara Jones, the first female match official in Super League, on juggling work, refereeing and captaining St Helens Ladies.
FA People's Cup: Hackney Jurassics aiming for glory again
Hackney Jurassics tell us about their history and how they're hoping to lift the FA People's Cup again after winning their category in 2017.
Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage
This week's sport on the BBC includes New Zealand v England in the first Test, Gymnastics World Cup and the Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge.
2018 Oxford v Cambridge Boat Race: BBC TV & online coverage times
Details of BBC Sport's live TV and online coverage of the 2018 Boat Race between Oxford University and Cambridge University on the River Thames.
2018 Gymnastics World Cup: BBC TV & online coverage times
Watch live coverage of 2018 Gymnastics World Cup from Birmingham’s Arena across the BBC Red Button, BBC One and the BBC Sport website.