The sports industry in England has been dealt a fresh blow after plans to bring back fans from next month were paused.
Sports fans in the UK have been forced to watch from home during the pandemic, but stadiums could open from October, Boris Johnson has... Read more
LeBron James, Antonin Panenka and the New Zealand rugby team all feature as we look back at previous sporting events on this day.
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Changes to lockdown regulations has cleared the way for cricket, football and rugby teams to return to training in South Africa.
Lionel Messi, Jonah Lomu and Arsene Wenger have all marked May 27 with success in years gone by.
The inaugural Rugby World Cup began on this day in 1987, while a decade ago, Jose Mourinho completed a treble with Inter.
The Premier League was brought to a halt by the coronavirus pandemic in March but could be set to resume in June.
Professional sport in the UK moved a step closer to returning on Wednesday as the government approved phase one of a return to training.
Professional sports in England could theoretically return behind closed doors by June 1, though strict government criteria must be met.
Manchester United and Manchester City have different memories of FA Cup finals played on May 11.
Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao's long-awaited bout took place five years ago but failed to meet expectations.
Twelve years ago Brendon McCullum lit up the inaugural Indian Premier League with an unbeaten 158. We look at classic tournament openers.
In the world of sport, April 14 will forever be connected with one of the greatest and most improbable triumphs of Tiger Woods' career.
Elite-level sport is facing further delays amid the coronavirus pandemic. We look at when the Premier League, NBA and others hope to return.
We recall some of the biggest sporting moments that occurred on March 22 in previous years, including Steven Gerrard's rapid red card.