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(Reuters) - The return of supporters to outdoor elite sporting events in England is a lifeline for lower-tier soccer clubs that have suffered huge financial losses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, English Football League (EFL) chairman Rick Parry said.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's top flight soccer league Serie A said on Monday it would tender the right to screen live matches for the 2021-2024 period on flights and ships travelling outside the country as part of a wider sale of its media rights abroad.
(Reuters) - Romelu Lukaku admitted that his flawed Inter Milan side still can't be considered a great team after his double helped to complete a thrilling second half comeback from two goals down to beat Torino 4-2 on Sunday, ending a four-match winless run in all competitions.
(Reuters) - English soccer authorities (EFL) have shown a lack of leadership in failing to reach a deal to safeguard clubs facing financial problems amid the COVID-19 crisis, a cross-party British parliamentary committee said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government announced a 300 million pounds ($397.11 million) 'winter survival package' on Thursday to help sport through the COVID-19 pandemic, with rugby set for the biggest share but nothing for top level soccer and cricket.
(Reuters) - West Ham United are losing 2 million pounds a match with spectators barred from attending games amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club's vice-chair Karren Brady has said.
(Reuters) - The UK government will host a virtual summit on Tuesday with Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden and other soccer stakeholders on the problems facing the game, the BBC reported on Friday.
(Reuters) - English Football League (EFL) clubs on Thursday agreed for League One and League Two teams to receive the rescue package proposed by the Premier League in order to cover gate losses for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Greg Clarke has resigned as English Football Association chairman hours after referring to "coloured footballers" during questions from members of parliament on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Football Association chairman Greg Clarke apologised after referring to players from the BAME community as "coloured" during questions from members of parliament on Tuesday.