If you can't face the queues for Murray Mound at Wimbledon, several outdoor big screens in London are showing the men's final for free.
Reverend and the Makers will perform at Wembley today after one of their songs was chosen as the first ever official FA Cup anthem.
Reports that some of those who registered for the Olympic Park fun run this summer still haven't received confirmation of their booking.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson is to undergo treatment for prostate cancer.
The 72-year-old was at Wembley for yesterday's FA Cup semi-final between the Gunners and Wigan Athletic. He's cancelled forthcoming work and charity commitments in the near future, but says he's planning to return to public life as soon as possible.
Wilson played for Arsenal in the 1960s and 70s. He retired from playing in 1974, and then took up a coaching role with the club for several years.
Wilson, also a BBC and ITV television presenter, said he's very confident that the treatment he's receiving will prove successful.
Fulham will continue their fight to stay in the Premier League with a home clash against Norwich today.
Manager Felix Magath does have Scott Parker up for selection, after the midfielder was given the green light to play following more than a month out with a knee injury.
Darren Bent, Dan Burn and Giorgos Karagounis have also returned to fitness, although injured striker Kostas Mitroglou is still not in contention.
Fulham are currently eighteenth in the table and remain in the relegation zone, whilst opponents Norwich are one place and five points ahead of them.
Elsewhere, Crystal Palace welcome Aston Villa to Selhurst Park whilst Tottenham travel to the Hawthorns to face West Brom.
West Ham will welcome Swansea to Upton Park later today as they seek to build on Wednesday's impressive draw against Chelsea.
Sam Allardyce's side could see themselves move out of the relegation zone if they clinch three points with a win.
Allardyce could also hand Italian signings Antonio Nocerino and Marco Borriello their first full debuts since joining the club.
Lack of spending by councils to encourage residents to take up physical exercise can lead to premature deaths, according to a new report.
Research indicates that there is a link between premature death rates in boroughs and a lack of investment from councils in promoting physical activity.
Barking and Dagenham was the most inactive borough, followed by Newham, home of the London 2012 Olympic Games, and Greenwich.
Richmond upon Thames, Islington and Kensington and Chelsea were the boroughs with the lowest number of inactive residents, with just 20% of adults in those boroughs deemed to be inactive.
Staprix NV, owned by Belgian businessman Roland Duchatelet, have successfully completed the takeover of Charlton Football Club.
The company, who own four football clubs including Belgian side Standard Liege, are to acquire 100 per cent of the club's shares.
Richard Murray will become the Addicks' non-executive chairman and he told the club's official website:
"I look forward to using my long experience in English football to continue to represent the club that has been my passion for many years.
"Charlton can benefit from Roland's experience in many different ways."
Despite going behind to an early goal from Martin Skrtel, Chelsea kept up the pressure at the top with a 2-1 win over Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. Eden Hazard equalised for the Blues with a well-struck shot from the edge of the area.
Then Samuel Eto'o's goal after 34 minutes gave them the winner. The victory puts Chelsea third in the table.
Arsenal has reclaimed the top spot in the Premier League following a 1-0 win over Newcastle. It was Olivier Giroud's header that secured the match for the Gunners. It was his 11th goal of the season. Arsenal overtook Manchester City at the top of the ladder.
The game between Queens Park Rangers and Leicester was delayed for a few minutes after a squirrel invaded the pitch!
The animal seemed quite happy running around until he was chased away by Leicester striker David Nugent.
A Squirrel pitch invades at Loftus Road today, causing the match to be stopped.. http://t.co/olVmourJaq
Chelsea bossJose Mourinho is reportedly ready to "offload" Fernando Torres in amove to try and sign Monaco's £52 million striker Radamel Falcao.
The SundayExpress say Mourinho, after hearing Falcao was unsettled at his new club, wentto watch him in action for Columbia against Belgium.
The paper claims contact has been made with Falcao's advisers.