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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - European soccer's governing body says they are confident they will not need to take up UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's offer of hosting more Euro 2020 matches, insisting the venues in place across the continent will be sufficient for the delayed event.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is the "right time" for the United Kingdom and Ireland to launch a bid to host the 2030 soccer World Cup, while he added the country would also be willing to host extra Euro 2020 matches this year if required.
(Reuters) - Japan's Olympic men's football team will ramp up its preparations for the Tokyo Games by hosting two friendlies against their under-24 counterparts from Argentina later this month, the Japan Football Association (JFA) said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Olympic champion sprinter Yohan Blake of Jamaica said he would rather miss the Tokyo Games than get the COVID-19 vaccine, although getting vaccinated will not be required of the athletes competing there this summer.
PARIS (Reuters) - French rugby federation board of directors member Florian Grill on Sunday called for an independent investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak within the Six Nations squad that forced the postponement of their game against Scotland.
IN a new development, the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) have announced what they call Mandatory Standard Operating Procedures (MSOPs) during the Covid-19 pandemic that allows for tournaments to be played in conditional movement control order (CMCO) states.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's fourth Twenty20 International against Australia has been shifted to Wellington where it will be played behind closed doors on Friday as Auckland enters a seven-day COVID-19 lockdown on Sunday, the country's cricket board has said.
How many know that the sports ministry have approved RM10mil for construction of a sports complex in Jeli, Kelantan, in preparation for the 2026 Malaysia Games (Sukma) this month?
(Reuters) - West Ham United manager David Moyes said on Friday he is uneasy about the prospect of supporters being allowed into stadiums for the final round of Premier League games on May 23, as it could help some teams.
(Reuters) - Britain on Friday named their men's and women's rugby sevens training squads as they gear up for this year's Tokyo Olympics.