The 'Three Lions' are due to arrive at Birmingham Airport on Sunday (July 15).Read the full story ›
National Express will be diverting their buses away from Birmingham's Broad Street as England's World Cup semi-final match takes place.Read the full story ›
A couple from Nottinghamshire have organised their wedding at the same time as England's World Cup quarter-final.Read the full story ›
"I'd be delighted to see us get to the quarter finals, semi finals. Anywhere there is a progression that I think we can build on."Read the full story ›
It's the pride and joy of any football fan, but is the shirt on your back the real deal?Read the full story ›
A company from Staffordshire who are providing lawn mowers to be used at the World Cup in Russia give tips on how to keep the perfect lawn.Read the full story ›
The England team have left their base at St. George's Park in Burton upon Trent for the 2018 World Cup tournament in Russia.Read the full story ›
Motorists in the Midlands left work the earliest to catch the kick-off between England and Uruguay causing an increase in traffic.Read the full story ›
An Aston Villa fan has designed his own version of the World Cup sticker album by using Post-it notes and a pen.
The anonymous artist has been given the nickname the 'Ballpoint Banksy' and now fans from all round the world tweet requests for pictures of their favourite stars.
To mark the World Cup, he has drawn doodles of at least one player from each of the 32 nations taking part in Brazil 2014.
Former Arsenal and England captain, Tony Adams MBE, will be in the Midlands today to host a 'talking tactics' session for local football fans.
Tony will be at the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham ahead of England's match tomorrow against Costa Rica.