Barnsley staged a rousing second half comeback to beat Oxford United 3-2 at Wembley to lift the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.Read the full story ›
Barnsley striker Sam Winnall passed a late fitness test to make the starting XI for Barnsley's Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley.Read the full story ›
Barnsley fans are in good spirits ahead of their Wembley final against Oxford. Can they make it third time lucky?Read the full story ›
A win today at Wembley could be just what Paul Heckingbottom needs to secure the Barnsley job on a permanent basis.Read the full story ›
Barnsley strikers Sam Winnall and Marley Watkins face late fitness tests before Sunday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy final against Oxford.Read the full story ›
Rotherham United take on Leeds United at the New York Stadium tomorrow with both sides hoping for three points to ease any relegation fears.
The Millers are currently on a run of five games unbeaten (four wins, one draw) which has lifted them out of the relegation zone.
Leeds are still ten points outside the bottom three but know that a run of poor results could see them dragged into the scrap for survival.
There are also a number of interesting sub-plots surrounding tomorrow's game. The return to the New York Stadium of Steve Evans (who won two promotions with Rotherham) is likely to take centre stage, whereas his opposite number Neil Warnock spent just over a year as manager of Leeds a couple of seasons back. He has been speaking of his time at Elland Road.
Barnsley have sold over 25,000 tickets for this weekend's Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final against Oxford United at Wembley.
Barnsley are favourites to lift the trophy on their first trip back to Wembley since losing in the FA Cup semi-final in 2008.
With League Two promotion contenders Oxford also taking up their initial allocation, the crowd on Sunday is expected to exceed 50,000.
Footballer James Milner will lead England out for the first time when captaining the side against Holland on Tuesday.
The 30 year old, who started his career at Leeds United, will lead the team out for tomorrow's friendly against Holland at Wembley.
Milner takes over from Dronfield's Gary Cahill - who was the skipper in Saturday's 3-2 win over Germany.
Doncaster Belles are preparing for their first game back amongst the elite of women's football. Tonight they take on cup holders Chelsea.Read the full story ›
In 1966, England won the world cup for the first and only time.
This year it's the 50th anniversary of that special occasion and throughout the year members of that legendary squad will be touring the country to relive that special victory over West Germany at Wembley.
On Saturday night Elland Road in Leeds was the first venue to get the 1966 treatment. Chris Dawkes reports.