Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has suggested the idea of a group of gay footballers coming out together.Read the full story ›
According to the latest police figures, 83 potential suspects have been identified at 98 clubs.Read the full story ›
Girls have blasted the FA for tips trying to encourage girls into football by using bibs that "smell nice" and having social media breaks.Read the full story ›
Former Football Association chiefs say that the organisation is "out of balance" and filled with "elderly white men".Read the full story ›
A former Malta FA president said he was left 'angry' by the FA's alleged failure to tell him of sex accusations against one of his coaches.Read the full story ›
The Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor told ITV News there were unreported cases all over the country.Read the full story ›
The Football Association has instructed a top QC to help it investigate historical sex abuse claims.
Kate Gallafent QC will oversee the internal review and make recommendations.
The FA's statement continued: "The internal review will look into what information The FA was aware of at the relevant times around the issues that have been raised in the press, what clubs were aware of, and what action was, or should, have been taken."
Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has reiterated that the England team will wear the poppy against Scotland.Read the full story ›
In a statement, the FA maintained the remembrance poppy did not a represent "a political, religious or commercial message".Read the full story ›
FA chairman Greg Clarke says the organisation did their "due diligence" on Sam Allardyce before appointing him England manager.Read the full story ›