Celtic rallied after reprieve - Deila
Barcelona transfer ban appeal fails
Barcelona cannot sign players until 2016 once the current transfer window shuts, after Fifa reject their appeal over a ban.
The only Englishman in Spain's elite
Charlie I'Anson, a 21-year-old from Luton, might have been facing Lionel Messi this weekend - a far cry from his early days at Grimsby.
Teenagers pedalling out of poverty
Wednesday's gossip column
Muller rejects "astronomical" Man Utd approach, AC Milan deny talk of Liverpool bid for Balotelli, and Jack Wilshere's double.
Clegg pulls out of IPC championships
Libby Clegg pulls out of the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea because of a viral infection.
Swansea complete deal for Fernandez
Swansea City sign Argentina World Cup defender Federico Fernandez from Italian side Napoli for an undisclosed fee.
Australia wins Juddmonte at York
Favourite Australia cruises to a two-and-a-half length win in the Juddmonte International at York's Ebor Festival.
Phelps can swim faster, says coach
Michael Phelps returned to competition because he believes he can swim faster than ever, his coach Bob Bowman says.
Ramsey red unbelievable - Wenger
GB's basketballers live on '£15 a day'
GB forward Kieron Achara and his team-mates are existing on "£15 a day" as they try to reach the European Championships.
Lotterer to race for Caterham at Spa
Andre Lotterer, a three-time Le Mans winner with Audi, will make his grand prix debut for Caterham at Spa this weekend.
Burns moves up to light-welterweight
Former WBO champion Ricky Burns moves up to the light-welterweight division and sets his sights on a third world title.
Murray seeded eighth for US Open
Gibson leaves post as Windies coach
West Indies "mutually agree" to part company with coach Ottis Gibson, ending his four-year tenure with the team.
Cronulla Sharks face doping claims
Seventeen past and present players from Australian rugby league side Cronulla Sharks face doping allegations.
Ospreys 'ready for life after Jones'
Ospreys are ready to move on after prop Adam Jones joined Cardiff Blues on a one-year deal, says coach Steve Tandy.
Ellis extends Hull FC contract
Hull FC captain Gareth Ellis puts pen to paper a one-year contract extension with the Super League side.
Scottish judo star Burton retires
Commonwealth Games judo gold medallist Euan Burton confirms his retirement to focus on coaching.
Maribor v Celtic
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Maribor and Celtic.
VIDEO: GB set 4x100m medley world record
Great Britain set a new world record as they claim gold in the 4x100m medley at the European Championships in Berlin.
VIDEO: Sugar and Morgan: MOTD memories
Lord Sugar and Piers Morgan talk about supporting Tottenham and Arsenal respectively and share their memories of watching Match of the Day.
VIDEO: The story of the MOTD theme tune
The composer of the Match of the Day theme tune, Barry Stoller, explains the process of how he created the iconic score.
VIDEO: Neville on Man Utd's 'disaster' season
Dan Walker is joined by former Manchester United and Everton player Phil Neville for this week's Focus Forum, as he gives his thoughts on Man United's "disaster" last season.
VIDEO: Kinghorn delighted with 400m gold
Scotland's Sam Kinghorn speaks after winning Great Britain's first gold medal at the IPC Athletics European Championship in Swansea, in the T53 400m.
VIDEO: 'Crazy 48 hours' for England - Mclean
England captain Katy Mclean has had "the craziest 48 hours" of her life since winning the Women's World Cup.
VIDEO: Suarez will change - Barca president
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says the club will help new signing Luis Suarez who "will change the way he acts".
VIDEO: What were the best Euro moments?
BBC Sport's athletics pundits share their favourite moments from the European Athletics Championships in Zurich.
VIDEO: Wenger questions Ramsey red card
Arsene Wenger says Aaron Ramsey's red card during their 0-0 draw with Besiktas in Champions League qualifying was "unbelievable"
VIDEO: Best battles of the season so far
BBC Sport takes a look back at some of the fiercest driver battles of the 2014 Formula 1 season so far, including Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton's epic battle in Bahrain.
VIDEO: Nani given hero's welcome in Lisbon
Nani receives a heroes welcome on his return to Lisbon after seven years at Manchester United
VIDEO: Peaty beats Murdoch to European gold
Great Britain's Adam Peaty wins European Championship gold in the 100m breaststroke ahead of compatriot Ross Murdoch.
VIDEO: GB basketball 'future in doubt'
The future of Great Britain's basketball teams are in doubt following zero funding from UK Sport, according to performance chairman Roger Moreland.
VIDEO: Female boss Kerr 'best for the job'
Former Scotland international and Arsenal Ladies boss Shelley Kerr explains she is a coach first and foremost.
VIDEO: Challenge Cup final: Road to Wembley
From Batley and Wakefield to Wembley, BBC's Super League Show chart the journey Castleford Tigers and Leeds Rhinos have taken to the Challenge Cup final.
VIDEO: Murray Walker's mid-season recap
Formula 1 commentary legend Murray Walker gives his thoughts on who has performed well and who has struggled in the 2014 season so far.
VIDEO: Burnley will learn from defeat - Dyche
Manager Sean Dyche believes his Burnley side will learn from their 3-1 Premier League defeat to Chelsea at Turf Moor.
VIDEO: Phelps admits to being 'rusty'
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, admits he is still "rusty" before his appearance at the Pan Pacific championship in Australia.
VIDEO: GB gymnast wins Youth Olympics gold
British youth gymnast Giarnni Regini-Moran wins gold in the all-around final at the Youth Olympics in Ninjang, China.
VIDEO: Walker-Hebborn wins backstroke gold
Great Britain's Chris Walker-Hebborn claims European Championships gold in the 100m backstroke.
VIDEO: F1 suits me - Verstappen, 16
Sixteen year-old Max Verstappen says the speed of F1 suits him as he prepares to become the youngest driver in the sport's history.
VIDEO: 'Tough experience' in Europe for Celtic
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says they have had a tough experience in the Champions League so far this season.
VIDEO: Brand behind the scenes at MOTD
Russell Brand goes behind the scenes at Match of the Day ahead of his appearance on the show. The comedian prepares for his time as a Match of the Day pundit for Sport Relief and talks about his memories of programme.
VIDEO: Mourinho praises 'fantastic' Chelsea
Manager Jose Mourinho says Chelsea have "fantastic mental stability" after recovering to beat newly-promoted Burnley 3-1.
VIDEO: MOTD presenters through the years
Celebrity fans take a look back through the years at the presenters of Match of the Day as the programme celebrates its 50th anniversary.
VIDEO: Archive: James Alexander Gordon
James Alexander Gordon reveals what it is like being the distinct voice of BBC Radio 5 live's classified football results at the start of Sports Report.
50 years of Match of the Day in stats & facts
Ahead of a BBC One special on Friday at 22:35 BST to mark 50 years of Match of the Day, we look at some facts about the famous show.
Who will shine on Ebor stage?
Derby winner Australia and Oaks equivalent Taghrooda are the headline acts at York's glittering Ebor Festival.
'One lap of Spa is like 20 at any other track'
Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg resume their title battle at Belgium's Spa Francorchamps circuit.
Is Arsenal and Barcelona's loss Chelsea's gain?
Discarded by Barcelona, rejected by Arsenal, shunned by Spain, Cesc Fabregas appears ready to prove a point at Chelsea.
'Wales hope to spoil England's World Cup plan'
Manager Jarmo Matikainen on changing women's football in Wales, ahead of Thursday's World Cup qualifier against England.
What next for England's part-time World Cup winners?
Will England Women's Rugby World Cup win hasten the change to professionalism, or is sevens where the game's future lies?
England: What's fixed and what's still broken?
England thrashed India to turn around their Test summer, but what areas still need work before next year's Ashes series?
What's on BBC Sport this week
Your guide to sporting events on the BBC, including the Belgian GP, Champions League football and the Challenge Cup final.
Non-league side pays fans to attend
The player-chairman of a non-league side is offering to pay supporters £2 to attend the first home game of the season.
Transfer latest - August 2014
Track all the latest football signings day by day throughout the close season.
How to follow the new season on the BBC
The BBC will provide extensive coverage of the Premier League across TV, radio and online.
Manager ins and outs - August 2014
Track managerial ins and outs in the top five leagues in England and Scottish Premiership.
European champions set for return
Ten European champions, including relay gold medallist Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, will be in action at Thursday's Diamond League meet.
Brook could face Mayweather - Hearn
New IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook could fight Floyd Mayweather next year, according to promoter Eddie Hearn
Brunt back after eight-month absence
England fast bowler Katherine Brunt is set to return after eight months out in Thursday's ODI with India at Scarborough.
Olympic velodrome to host World Cup
London's 2012 Olympic velodrome will host the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in December.
Euro golds for Peacock & Cockroft
Paralympic champions Jonnie Peacock and Hannah Cockroft claim gold as GB win 15 medals at the European Championships.
Hull's Snodgrass out for six months
Hull boss Steve Bruce says Robert Snodgrass will miss at least six months with a dislocated kneecap suffered against QPR.
Verstappen, 16, handed Formula 1 drive
Max Verstappen, 16, will become the youngest Formula 1 driver in history as Toro Rosso confirm he will join next season.
Warren's 'outside' Ryder Cup chance
Scotland's Marc Warren hopes the door for being a wildcard pick for next month's Ryder Cup at Gleneagles remains ajar.
Eighth horse positive for morphine
An eighth horse has tested positive for morphine as an investigation continues into possible contaminated feed.
Regini-Moran takes gymnastics gold
British gymnast Giarnni Regini-Moran produces a stunning display to claim an all-around gold at the Youth Olympics in China.
'Challenge Cup final will excite'
Leeds' Danny McGuire and Castleford's Michael Shenton talk to the BBC's Super League Show about their Challenge Cup showdown.
Furno will be good asset - Del Fava
Recently-retired Carlo Del Fava believes Italian lock Josh Furno will be a "good asset" for the Newcastle Falcons.
Carter to play after cancer treatment
Former World Championship finalist Ali Carter plans to return to the sport after having chemotherapy for lung cancer.
Britons secure three European golds
British swimmers claim three gold medals and set a new world record on day two of the European Championships in Berlin.
Nadal pulls out of US Open with injury
Reigning champion Rafael Nadal pulls out of the US Open after failing to recover from a wrist injury.
Double gold winner in two-year ban
Olympic cross-country skiing champion Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle is banned for two years after a failed drugs test at Sochi 2014.
Fulham v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Celtic not weaker, insist Maribor
Dare Vrsic does not believe Celtic will be easier Champions League opponents than Legia Warsaw would have been.
Stephens' 'hearbreak' at foul ruling
Nathan Stephens' appeal against a foul throw is dismissed, meaning he finishes fourth in the F57 javelin at the IPC European Championships in Swansea.
McKillop earns first European gold
Michael McKillop adds a first IPC European Athletics Championships gold to his haul of Paralympic and world titles.