Life-Saving Footie Fan Handed Euros Final Tickets

After missing England’s semi-final victory against Denmark in favour of donating his bone marrow to save a life, football fan Sam Astley has been offered exactly what he deserves

Gareth Southgate’s England Side Can Inspire a Generation

England’s progress to the semi finals of Euro 2020 has captured the imaginations of a generation, and they have done so while staying true to their beliefs in one key gesture: taking the knee

First Transgender Athlete to Compete at The Olympic Games

Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to become the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics

Christian Eriksen: Denmark’s Euro 2020 Fairy Tale

Denmark completed an unlikely turnaround to qualify for the knockout stages just nine days after fans’ favourite Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch

How Leicester City’s FA Cup Victory Was a Win for Football

Leicester City won their first ever FA Cup on Saturday afternoon, overcoming Chelsea to win 1-0 at Wembley: The club’s owners have built strong foundations that have established them as top four challengers, and have added more silverware to their trophy cabinet

Three UFC Kings Lead the Way For Africa’s Next Generation of MMA Talent

After two decades of Northern and Southern American dominance in the UFC, three African fighters are making their mark and inspiring a new generation

Mercedes Gives Grosjean Opportunity to Leave F1 on a Positive Note

Romain Grosjean left Formula 1 after his awful crash last November, but Mercedes has given him a chance to drive an Formula 1 car one last time, and leave the sport with happier memories

For Once, the Money Did Not Ruin our Game

A second analysis of the failed European Super League, viewed through the eyes of Constantinos Kyriakou

Football Fans Rejoice Failed Super League

The footballing world drew a collective sigh of relief as a proposed breakaway league, which threatened the game as we know it, came tumbling down

Lou Macari: The Former Manchester United Hero Fighting Homelessness

Former Scotland international Luigi ‘Lou’ Macari has spent the last five years fighting homelessness in Stoke – here’s the lowdown on his latest project

Formula One Season Preview: New Names, New Tracks and Closer Racing

Lights out, and away we go! The new Formula One season gets underway in Bahrain

Hallam Barbell: A Weightlifting Club Leading the Way for Sustainability and Social Responsibility

Louis Strappazzon interviews Dave Hembrough, an Olympic Weightlifting coach, to discuss the benefits of the Hallam Barbell Weightlifting Club

How Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Overcame Family Trauma to Rediscover His Form

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed two games for Arsenal earlier this season due to his mother falling ill, and has since returned to the fray and rediscovered his form

Marcus Rashford: From Wythenshawe to Westminster

Marcus Rashford continues to pave the path to ending child food poverty in the face of persistent adversity

Representing Culture Through Sport: Nia Dennis’ Powerful Routine Goes Viral

‘I had to… for the culture’ – Nia Dennis stunned judges, and the world, with her routine involving an ode to Black excellence

The Parting of the Red Seas: John Calipari Takes a Knee in America’s Reddest State

Legendary College Basketball coach, John Calipari, took a knee whilst the “Star Spangled Banner” was being played

Warfare to Welfare: Barstool Fund Donates Millions to Small Businesses

Controversial sports-media personality Dave Portnoy pledges twenty million dollars to small businesses

‘The Magic of the Cup’: Youngsters, Adele and Mourinho’s Chair

An intriguing weekend of fixtures proves that the ‘magic of the cup’ is alive and well – Joey Millington picks out the key moments of a gripping Third Round

I’m Not Crying, You Are: Hasenhuttl in Tears After Victory over Liverpool

‘Only real ballers bawl’ – Ralph Hasenhuttl was brought to tears after a victory this Monday, encouraging others to show all of the sport’s emotions

Celebrating the Life of Brodie Lee

The premature passing of Jon Huber; known primarily as Brodie Lee in the wrestling world, has led to an outpour of remembrance for the great man

Arsenal Joins UN’s Climate Change Initiative

Arsenal has reinforced its commitment to combat climate change by becoming the first Premier League club to sign up to the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework

Frappart First Female Referee in Men’s Champions League

36-year-old Stephanie Frappart created history in December, becoming the first female referee to officiate a men’s Champions League game

More Than Just a Kit: Stonewall FC Collaborate with Adidas on New Jerseys

Regardless of age, race, gender or religion, Stonewall FC have created a safe space for everyone with a passion for footy

World Champion Boxer Claressa Shields Calls Out Sexism in Boxing and Moves to MMA

Claressa Shields has not pulled any punches in alleging inequality in the boxing world – David Averre explores the superstar’s rationale for ditching the squared circle for the octagon

Project Guidelines: Giving Blind Runners the Freedom to Run Solo

Project Guideline, a breakthrough app created with the aid of Google, guides blind runner, Thomas Panek, through central park and beyond

‘The Gang Buys a Non-League Football Club’

Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have become the new owners of the Welsh football club, Wrexham AFC

At the Charity Stripe: The Social Change Fund Provides Support for Black Educators

The Social Change Fund partners with Chopra Global to provide support for Black educators across America

Daniil Medvedev has Usurped the Established Order Atop the Mountain of Men’s Tennis

Daniil Medvedev has upset the ruling class of tennis, providing a glimpse of a different future for the sport

Marcus Rashford Strives to Empower Children Through Escapism

At 23, Marcus Rashford is shaping up to be a political activist for the most disadvantaged in our communities. He has been involved in helping the homeless, the free school meals debate and is now turning his attention to literacy

Lewis Hamilton Storms to Record-Equalling 7th World Title

Lewis Hamilton has clinched his 7th World Title and in doing so, he not only strengthens his legacy on the track, but boosts his influence off of it

Write it Down: Kim Ng Becomes Baseball’s First Female General Manager

Write it down: Kim Ng makes history becoming the first ever female General Manager of a major sports team

Chris Nikic: The Triathlon Trailblazer

Chris Nikic became the first person with down syndrome to complete the ironman challenge earlier this month

Tao Geoghegan Hart Realises Boyhood Dream by Winning Sensational Giro D’Italia

An exceptional Giro d’Italia concluded in the most dramatic of endings, providing the viewer with a story of hope to sporting fans of all backgrounds

Women are Dominating the Boxing Industry Like Never Before

Participation in women’s boxing is on the rise exponentially, and after centuries of discrimination professional women’s boxers are receiving the respect they deserve

England Hopeful to Tour Pakistan for the First Time in 15 Years

A decade and a half hiatus from international cricket in Pakistan will end later this month, with England also hoping to make the trip in the near future

‘By the Fans, For the Fans’: Phoenix Club Bury AFC Win First Game

Joey Millington speaks with James Bentley, author of ‘Things Can Only Get Better’ and ‘The Forgotten Fifteen’, regarding the future of Bury AFC

Professional Women’s Golf to Finally Arrive in Saudi Arabia

November will see Saudi Arabia host its first two women’s professional golf tournaments, the Saudi Ladies International and the Saudi Ladies Team International

Hashtag United’s FA Cup Triumph Provides Hope for the Future of Non-league Football

In a difficult period for many lower-league clubs, Hashtag United have already provided a contender for the FA Cup’s feel-good story of the season

2020: The Year of the Cycling Boom

While 2020 has undoubtedly brought many difficulties, its impact on the number of Brits cycling has gone through the roof

Héctor Bellerín Joins the Forest ‘Green Revolution’

Arsenal’s Héctor Bellerín has taken his devotion to environmental sustainability a step further by investing in the world’s first carbon-neutral sports club