Jeremy Wilson, John Percy 9:43 AM Petr Cech said he had the "same hunger for success" after his move across London from Chelsea to Arsenal was confirmed Monday.
Australian striker Kerem Bulut has signed a three-year deal with Iraklis, the Greek Super League club announced.
7:59 AM Under-pressure Netherlands coach Guus Hiddink, whose side has struggled in qualifying for Euro 2016, has stepped down, the Dutch soccer federation (KNVB) announced on Monday.
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1:11 PM Eduardo Vargas scored twice as Chile downed fierce rivals Peru 2-1 on Monday to reach the Copa America final for the first time in nearly 30 years.
12:25 PM Germany coach Silvia Neid has slammed FIFA's decision to make rival teams share the same hotel on the eve of a match as her side prepare for Tuesday's semi-final against the US at the Women's World Cup.
Danielle Rendina 8:42 AM Czech international Petr Cech has signed a four-year-deal with English Premier League Club Arsenal worth about £10m ($20 million), drawing a line under an impressive 11-year career with cross-town rivals Chelsea.
A round-by-round look at the 2015/16 A-League season. All times AEST.
Melbourne Victory will kick off their A-League championship defence against Adelaide United at Adelaide Oval.
The Spanish soccer league is challenging FIFA's decision to switch the timing of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to November-December.
Sebastian Hassett Experimental matches at ANZ Stadium and Geelong, a Thursday night start, football on Christmas Eve and Asian Champions League-friendly fixturing are some of the talking points of next season's A-League draw, due to be released on Monday morning.
Dominic Bossi Matildas coach Alen Stajcic says his players were heartbroken after losing in the quarter-final to Japan but admits his side was outplayed by the world champions.
Derlis Gonzalez slotted two penalties, one in regular time and again in the shootout, to help Paraguay beat Brazil 4-3 after a 1-1 draw on Saturday that advanced them to a Copa America semi-final against Argentina.
Matt Bungard The Matildas have been knocked out of the World Cup by Japan. This is how the match unfolded.
Ben Chenoweth Prime Minister Tony Abbott has entered the sporting blunder history books for a second time.
Sebastian Hassett If everything goes to plan for Bethany Curl and Bianca Samperi by 2023, they'll be well-paid professional footballers, regularly appearing on mainstream television and key members of a Matildas squad heading to the Women's World Cup on Australian soil as competition favourites.
Steven Goff The prospects of World Cup failure had tailed the US women's soccer team around Canada like a ghost for three weeks. The Americans had not lost any games but hadn't looked good in advancing either.
Sebastian Hassett Such has been the momentum generated by Australia's performance in the Women's World Cup, where interest in the Matildas campaign for glory has grown from niche to nationwide, it's hard not to think of it as a watershed moment. Suddenly, there may be no going back.
Dominic Bossi The Matildas are ignoring the brewing pay dispute betwene their player's union and the Football Federation of Australia and will put off talks of remuneration deals until they return to Australia.
Dominic Bossi They've given up jobs, studies, homes and relationships for one simple goal.
Hugo Miller A Swiss court denied a request by a FIFA official arrested in Zurich last month to be released pending his extradition to the US because he is considered a flight risk.