- UK divorce terms with Europe will determine impact on soccer Updated: Jun-26-16 4:26 pm
Britain's vote to leave the European Union could mean profound changes for the country's most successful sporting export if continental players can no longer easily join Premier League clubs.
- England to meet old foe in form of Iceland coach Updated: Jun-26-16 11:57 am
NICE, France - England will be facing an old foe when it meets Iceland at the European Championship on Monday.
- Iceland takes on England, the team it's cheered from afar Updated: Jun-25-16 5:42 am
NICE, France - Brought up on a regular supply of the Premier League, Iceland's players are used to cheering on England at major soccer tournaments.
- Vardy agrees deal to stay at champ Leicester another 4 years Updated: Jun-23-16 5:41 am
LEICESTER, England - Jamie Vardy agreed to stay with Leicester on Thursday to spearhead their English Premier League title defense and first Champions League campaign.
- Leicester starts to strengthen squad ahead of title defense Updated: Jun-21-16 9:26 am
LEICESTER, England - Leicester has made defender Luis Hernandez its first signing ahead of its Premier League title defense and first Champions League campaign.
- EPL chief backs Britain staying in European Union Updated: Jun-20-16 7:32 am
- Kante's rise from 3rd division obscurity to France mainstay Updated: Jun-17-16 10:35 am
PARIS - Four years ago, midfielder N'Golo Kante was hoping to make the leap from amateur football into France's third division. Watching the 2012 European Championship on his television, playing for the national team would have seemed a faraway dream.
- Mourinho-Guardiola face off for 1st time in EPL on Sept. 10 Updated: Jun-15-16 10:17 am
Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola won't have long to wait before they face off for the first time in the English Premier League.
- Chinese businessman completes takeover of Aston Villa Updated: Jun-14-16 12:23 pm
BIRMINGHAM, England - A Chinese businessman has completed his takeover of Aston Villa after the purchase was approved by England's soccer authorities.
- Ronald Koeman quits Southampton to take charge of Everton Updated: Jun-14-16 5:33 am
LIVERPOOL, England - Ronald Koeman was hired to manage Everton on Tuesday after quitting English Premier League rival Southampton.
- Chelsea apologizes to ex-doctor in settlement to halt case Updated: Jun-07-16 11:21 am
LONDON - Chelsea's former doctor received a public apology from the Premier League club Tuesday after reaching a settlement at the start of an employment tribunal where she was claiming victimization and discrimination by former manager Jose Mourinho.
- Villa hires Roberto Di Matteo as manager Updated: Jun-03-16 7:38 am
BIRMINGHAM, England - Roberto Di Matteo was hired Friday by Aston Villa, ensuring there will be two Champions League-winning managers in English soccer's second tier next season after Rafa Benitez opted to stay at Newcastle.
- Leeds hires Monk, Coyle back in English soccer at Blackburn Updated: Jun-02-16 7:50 am
LONDON - Former Premier League managers Garry Monk and Owen Coyle are back in work in the second tier of English soccer.
- The Latest: Keane makes it to Ireland squad for Euro 2016 Updated: May-31-16 6:04 pm
LONDON - The Latest on the European Championship squad announcements (all times local):
- Mourinho says he won't obsess about city rival Guardiola Updated: May-31-16 10:23 am
LISBON, Portugal - Jose Mourinho won't let his past rivalry with Pep Guardiola get in the way of his new career at Manchester United.
- Hull wins soccer's richest match, back in Premier League Updated: May-28-16 2:26 pm
LONDON - Hull secured an immediate return to the English Premier League and a minimum $250 million cash bonanza by beating Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 in the League Championship playoff final on Saturday.