Los Demás promises to ignore Barcelona and Real Madrid, instead focusing on anything from “A Coruña to Almeria, Palma to Tenerife”

Chasetown FA Cup

The FA Cup Factfile blog suggests introducing Championship clubs a round earlier, which would have a knock-on effect for non-League clubs

Supporters could be imprisoned for up to six months and the police say it will make their jobs easier, though the move has divided opinion


Football-specific legislation is unnecessary – existing laws can deal with alcohol misuse. It’s time to bring the sport in line with rugby union and cricket


Sheffield FC’s global crowdfunding campaign to help them build a new stadium at Olive Grove, their original roots, has raised around £150,000


Events will be held on issues including the participation and representation of women, homophobia and the involvement of ethnic minorities

Clubs are not even sticking to the most basic pledge on better facilities for disabled fans and the issue is more complex than silly adding wheelchair spaces


Secretary of state Sajid Javid has announced he will not be calling in planning application for the Dons’ new stadium

The National League South club are finding a new way to change ownership models within football

Areas used by community trust will be sold on to property developers


8 September ~ Millwall were dealt a blow last night after Lewisham Council voted to approve a controversial compulsory purchase order (CPO) of land around the Den, which would see it bought by property developers.