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(Reuters) - The British government said on Friday that recreational cricket which has been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be allowed to resume from July 11.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Thousands of fans broke social distancing rules in the stands as Lokomotiv Plovdiv beat CSKA Sofia 5-3 on penalties on Wednesday to win the Bulgarian Cup for a second consecutive year.
SOFIA (Reuters) - CSKA 1948, founded four years ago after a dispute at Bulgaria's most successful club CSKA Sofia, will know they have hit the big time in their maiden Bulgarian top-flight game next month.
(Reuters) - Reaction to Australia and New Zealand winning the right to host the 2023 Women's World Cup:
MELBOURNE/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand on Friday hailed victory in a groundbreaking bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup, promising to turn the "treasure" of the tournament into a spur for gender equity and fairness.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Sydney Opera House and Auckland's Sky Tower were lit up in blue and green to celebrate the joint Australian-New Zealand bid to host the 2032 Women's World Cup on Thursday, just a few hours before FIFA makes its decision.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Soccer fans will be allowed in limited numbers at stadiums in the Netherlands after the summer, as long as they keep a safe distance and do not sing or yell, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Wednesday.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on Wednesday threatened to impose a ban on spectators at domestic league matches unless social distancing among fans improved.
LONDON (Reuters) - Seven more Pakistan players have tested positive for COVID-19 after being screened ahead of their tour of England, taking the total to 10, the country's cricket board (PCB) said on Tuesday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The prime ministers of Australia and New Zealand have sent a letter to FIFA emphasising their support for a joint bid to host the 2023 Women's World Cup as soccer's global governing body prepares for the final vote this week.