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LISBON (Reuters) - It is arguably the biggest sports event of this COVID-infected year -- eight of Europe's top teams in a knockout tournament over 12 days in the Portuguese capital, with the Champions League winner to be crowned at the final on Aug. 23.
BERN (Reuters) - Global soccer body FIFA has said there is no reason for Swiss authorities to launch criminal proceedings against its president Gianni Infantino who will continue in his role as normal.
BERN (Reuters) - The global players' union FIFPRO published a report on Thursday highlighting some of the contributions made by professional footballers into fighting the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's National Rugby League (NRL) ordered teams to adopt tighter biosecurity protocols on Tuesday following a surge of COVID-19 infections in the country's southeast.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The mayor of Rio de Janeiro has shelved a plan to allow fans back into professional soccer matches and warned residents of the resort city on Thursday they are courting trouble by continuing to frequent its famous beaches.
(Reuters) - The UFC's "Fight Island" venue comes into operation on Saturday as UFC 251 takes place in Abu Dhabi, with three title fights and a set of health and safety measures in place due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
GAZA (Reuters) - Young Palestinian soccer players, all amputees and many on crutches, were back on the field in Gaza on Tuesday for the first time since coronavirus restrictions were eased in the territory.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A plan to allow supporters back into football matches in Rio de Janeiro from July 10 could be canceled if authorities cannot guarantee the safety of fans and officials, the city's mayor said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has defended his Serbian compatriot Novak Djokovic for hosting the ill-fated Adria Tour where a number of players, including the world number one, tested positive for COVID-19.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - When the WTA announced a provisional list of tournaments for the remainder of a season that will be forever defined by the COVID-19 outbreak last week, one name above all stood out -- the Wuhan Open.