The Matildas will face teams from Europe, South American and the Carribbean at the Womens World Cup next year.
- by Michael Lynch
FIFA is exploring the possibility of staging the World Cup every two years, rather than every four, the president of South American soccer's governing body has confirmed.
Wayne Rooney has been left unimpressed by players from his generation expressing resentment towards the success of the current England team.
- by Tom Morgan
Gareth Southgate has been entrusted with seeing the England team through to the next World Cup.
- by Simon Evans
The 2030 FIFA World Cup would cap off a decade of major sporting events on home soil, if UK Sport's plans come to fruition.
- by Christian Radnedge
FIFA will start funding business class flights for some of the Women's World Cup teams travelling to France for next year's tournament.
- by Anthony Colangelo
World champions France had eight players, one less than former holders Spain, on the shortlist for a World XI of 2018 award.
Spain's visit to Wembley this weekend will be an early test of the feelgood factor England regenerated in Russia.
- by Martyn Herman
France and Germany, winners of the past two World Cups, opened the new Nations League with a 0-0 draw.