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TOKYO (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) hopes that Tokyo 2020’s "urban festival", which will offer fans the chance to try out Olympic sports, will help the governing body remain relevant and increase long-term youth engagement with the Games.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Millions flock to Barcelona to watch Lionel Messi play at the Camp Nou, and visitors to the city will soon be able to see a circus show about the five-times world footballer of the year.
MONACO (Reuters) - Europa League runners-up Arsenal and semi-finalists Eintracht Frankfurt were grouped together in the draw for this season's competition, which was held in Monaco on Friday.
(Reuters) - Liverpool's Dutch Champions League-winning defender Virgil van Dijk was named UEFA's Men's Player of the Year on Thursday with England and Olympique Lyonnais defender Lucy Bronze picking up the women's award.
(Reuters) - Holders Liverpool received a relatively kind draw for this season's Champions League group stage but 13-times European champions Real Madrid were pitted against Kylian Mbappe and Paris St Germain.
(Reuters) - Fans of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur have together submitted a list of demands to European soccer's governing body UEFA after numerous complaints following the Champions League and Europa League finals last season.
ZURICH (Reuters) - FK Ventspils goalkeeper Kostiantyn Makhnovskyi has been given a 10-match European ban for "racist conduct" during the Latvian side's Europa League match at Malta's Gzira United, European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Thursday.
PARIS (Reuters) - The Women's World Cup kicks off on Friday as hosts France take on South Korea. But if you were strolling the streets of Paris, you would be forgiven for not knowing it was happening.
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Major League Soccer, once shunned by the international football community, is gaining respect thanks to its steady growth in popularity and new stadium projects, commissioner Don Garber said.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Spanish champions Barcelona beat top-four chasing Getafe 2-0 in front of a subdued and near half-empty Nou Camp on Sunday in their first Liga game since a humbling defeat by Liverpool sent them crashing out of the Champions League semi-finals.