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Carlton Brass lead the 2019 'Whit Walks' for the first time.
Carlton Brass lead the 2019 'Whit Walks' for the first time.
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BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Bayern Munich 'shocked' after attacks on fans at Olympiakos youth match

Bayern Munich make an official complaint to Uefa after their Youth League match against Olympiakos was abandoned due to crowd violence.

Partizan Belgrade v Manchester United: Savo Milosevic hopes for 'celebration of football'

Partizan Belgrade head coach Savo Milosevic hopes Thursday's Europa League match with Manchester United will be a "celebration of football".

Man City distance themselves from advert seeking influencers to boost attendances

Manchester City distance themselves from an advert seeking social media influencers to increase Champions League attendances.

Sam Kerr: What does future hold for superstar striker?

Australia international Sam Kerr is one of the best strikers in the world but her future is uncertain. Is a move to Europe on the cards?

Barcelona v Real Madrid: La Liga considers legal action over new El Clasico date

La Liga is considering legal action after the postponed El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid was rescheduled for 18 December by the Spanish Football Federation.

Scottish FA head of refereeing operations John Fleming dies at 62

The Scottish FA's head of referee operations John Fleming has died at age 62 after a prolonged illness.

Match of the Day Mix: Tottenham's Son Heung-min has Spongebob on his playlist

Tottenham's Son Heung-min takes Reece Parkinson through his Match of the Day Mix, featuring BTS, Future and Spongebob Squarepants.

Champions League victory restores confidence, says Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's 5-0 win over Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League helped restore confidence to his side after a mixed start to the season.

BBC Sport

Russian doping scandal: 'Russia must expect 2020 Olympics ban' - Rusada head

Russia must expect to be banned from the 2020 Olympics for inconsistencies in lab data sent to investigators, says the head of Russia's anti-doping agency.

Josh Hill: Mena Tour victory aged 15 breaks Ryo Ishikawa record

England's Josh Hill wins on the Mena Tour to become the youngest player to claim an Official World Golf Ranking event.

Marieke Vervoort: Tribute to the Paralympian, who ended her life through euthanasia

BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Eleanor Oldroyd reflects on her time with Paralympian Marieke Vervoort, who has ended her life through euthanasia at age of 40.

Bayern Munich 'shocked' after attacks on fans at Olympiakos youth match

Bayern Munich make an official complaint to Uefa after their Youth League match against Olympiakos was abandoned due to crowd violence.

World Series: Washington Nationals edge out Houston Astros in game one

The Washington Nationals win their debut World Series game, edging out the Houston Astros 5-4 in game one of the best-of-seven series in Houston.

Barcelona v Real Madrid: La Liga considers legal action over new El Clasico date

La Liga is considering legal action after the postponed El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid was rescheduled for 18 December by the Spanish Football Federation.

England v New Zealand: John Mitchell says 'no advantage' in spying

Speaking before the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand, England defence coach John Mitchell says he "doesn't see any advantage" in opponents spying.

Shayne Lavery scores outrageous backheel for Linfield

Shayne Lavery scores a sublime backheel goal en route to scoring a hat-trick as Linfield charge into a four-goal lead against Warrenpoint Town in the Irish Premiership.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

The Hundred is 'not a threat' to cricket traditions - ECB

The ECB's new competition The Hundred is not a "threat" to the traditions of cricket, chief executive Tom Harrison says.

T20 World Cup Qualifier: Ireland lose by 10 runs to Canada

Ireland's bid to qualify for the T20 World Cup finals suffers a setback as they lose to Canada by 10 runs in Abu Dhabi.

Melbourne Renegades beat Perth Scorchers in Women's Big Bash League

Four England batters dominate the game as Melbourne Renegades edge out Perth Scorchers in the Women's Big Bash League.

Michael Neser: Surrey sign Australia seamer for first half of 2020 season

Australia seamer Michael Neser will join Surrey for the first half of the 2020 County Championship campaign.

Lewis McManus: Hampshire wicketkeeper signs contract extension until 2020

Hampshire wicketkeeper Lewis McManus signs a contract extension until at least 2020.

India v South Africa: Hosts wrap up series whitewash with dominant third Test win

India take the final two South Africa wickets in consecutive balls to wrap up a dominant win by an innings and 202 runs and secure a 3-0 series whitewash.

Bangladesh Cricket Board calls players' strike a 'conspiracy'

The Bangladesh Cricket Board accuses players of a 'conspiracy' to destabilise cricket in the country by going on strike.

Sourav Ganguly: Can former India captain score big as cricket chief?

Sourav Ganguly takes over BCCI, India's cricket board, kicking off a new chapter in its history.

BBC Rugby News

'No advantage in spying' says defence coach as England v New Zealand expectation builds

Speaking before the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand, England defence coach John Mitchell says he "doesn't see any advantage" in opponents spying.

Wales expect centres Davies and Parkes to be OK for semi-final v South Africa

Wales expect centres Jonathan Davies and Hadleigh Parkes to be fit for Sunday's World Cup semi-final against South Africa.

The mullet that has become the All Blacks' World Cup mascot

New Zealand centre Jack Goodhue's retro 1980s look has caused a social media sensation at Japan 2019 and its owner claims it helps him play better.

Steve Hansen - the man plotting England's Rugby World Cup downfall

From 10 straight defeats as Wales coach to a tilt at a Rugby World Cup three-peat, how Steve Hansen inspires and ignites the All Blacks.

Wales v South Africa: Cheslin Kolbe injury worry for Springboks

South Africa have an injury worry over wing Cheslin Kolbe as the prepare to face Wales in Sunday's World Cup semi-final.

Rugby World Cup: Danny Care 'incredibly proud' of England prop Kyle Sinckler

Harlequins scrum-half Danny Care says he is "incredibly proud" of England prop and team-mate Kyle Sinckler after his performances at the World Cup.

World Cup red card would have been end of me - Wales back row Ross Moriarty

Wales back row Ross Moriarty reveals his relief at only seeing yellow against France and looks forward to Sunday's World Cup semi-final against South Africa.

England v New Zealand: Who makes your combined XV from the semi-finalists?

As England prepare to face New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final, which players would make your combined XV?

BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Andy Murray in Great Britain team for Davis Cup finals in Madrid

Andy Murray will represent Great Britain for the first time since 2016 after being named in the squad for next month's inaugural Davis Cup finals.

Vienna Open: Kyle Edmund's losing run continues against Matteo Berrettini

Former British number one Kyle Edmund suffers his eighth-straight defeat after Italian Matteo Berrettini fights back to win in Vienna.

'I need to get back on the road' - Murray celebrates comeback win and jokes about growing family

Andy Murray says he will reassess his goals after a "surprise" win at the European Open, and jokes that he needs to get back on tour to stop his family growing too large.

'Pain-free' Boulter on Fed Cup, French Open withdrawal & returning from injury

Britain's Katie Boulter talks about recovering from a back stress fracture, her Fed Cup heroics and withdrawing from the French Open.

GB win five medals at World Deaf Tennis Championships

Britain's Esah Hayat and Phoebe Suthers win three medals each at the World Deaf Tennis Championships in Turkey.

Tearful Murray wins first singles title since career-saving surgery

Andy Murray wins his first singles title since career-saving hip surgery by beating Stan Wawrinka in the European Open final.

Bencic and Ostapenko win Russia and Luxembourg titles

Belinda Bencic wins the Kremlin Cup, while Jelena Ostapenko claims victory in the Luxembourg Open.

Johanna Konta's season is over after she pulls out of WTA Elite Trophy

British number one Johanna Konta pulls out of next week's WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai, and will not play again this season.