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Nike’s Chief Executive, Mark Parker, Is Stepping Down
Mr. Parker, who was involved in multiple controversies in recent years, will become executive chairman of the sportswear company. 2019-10-23 09:31:30Julie Creswell and Matthew Futterman

M.L.S. Adds Sacramento as League’s 29th Team
Major League Soccer announces that Sacramento will be home to the league’s 29th team. 2019-10-21 20:10:32The Associated Press

North Carolina and Chicago Advance to N.W.S.L. Final
The Courage will look to retain their N.W.S.L. title when they host the Red Stars in next week’s final. 2019-10-20 22:07:32The Associated Press

FIFA Set to Reward China With World Cup for Clubs
Overcoming European opposition, world soccer’s governing body plans to send the first edition of its expanded world club championship to China in 2021. 2019-10-20 16:33:27Tariq Panja

Jimmy Butler and Neymar: a Bromance Among Superstars
Butler, new to the Miami Heat this season, has found in soccer a new friend and inspiration for his game in the N.B.A. 2019-10-23 00:35:38Marc Stein

A Tale of Two Cities
The funny thing about rivalries, even those that run as deep as Liverpool-Manchester United, is how often the rivals have more common than they would like to admit. 2019-10-19 09:00:06Rory Smith

Liverpool’s Opponents: So Close, So Far, So Frustrated
Liverpool is unbeaten and has led the Premier League race all season. So why do so many of its beaten rivals feel they could have fared better? 2019-10-18 17:27:33Rory Smith

In New M.L.S. Playoff Format, Every Game Is a Must-Win
A revamped postseason has raised the stakes for Major League Soccer’s top teams and given others a fighting chance. 2019-10-18 11:56:56Victor Mather

In Fight Against Racism, Soccer Can Choose the Playing Field
There is no reason that any player, white or black, should have to go to a country or a stadium with a history of racist abuse. 2019-10-16 21:54:27Rory Smith

Bulgarian Soccer Chief Resigns After Fans’ Racist Abuse of England
The sport was roiled anew after Bulgarian fans made Nazi salutes and yelled monkey chants at England’s players in Sofia on Monday. 2019-10-15 20:13:33Marc Santora and Anna Schaverien

England’s European Championship Qualifier Marred by Racist Abuse
Play was stopped twice in England’s 6-0 win, as fans in Bulgaria engaged in racist chants and made Nazi salutes. 2019-10-14 22:42:37The Associated Press

America’s Biggest Sports Rivalries? You Might Be Surprised
Which rivalries are most intense? Can a team have more than one rival? What if the hatred isn’t returned? Two professors wanted answers. 2019-10-14 20:17:22Victor Mather

Please Take Them Home. Please Just Take Them Home.
Pubs and police and problems: sometimes the worst thing about England hitting the road for matches in Europe is that its fans go along. 2019-10-11 17:00:03Rory Smith

Iranian Women Allowed to Attend Soccer Game for First Time Since 1981
The few ticket holders expressed joy at finally being able to share in the passion for the national soccer team, but it was unclear if a ban would be lifted for domestic matches. 2019-10-10 23:46:21Tariq Panja

Coleen Rooney, Soccer Star’s Wife, Says Rebekah Vardy Leaked Details to Tabloid
Ms. Rooney ran her own sting operation, planting fake stories on her Instagram page that she limited to just one account — that of the wife of another soccer star. 2019-10-09 23:27:49Michael Wolgelenter

Carlos Vela Ties M.L.S. Goal Record
With his 31st goal, Vela matched the mark set by Josef Martinez last season. 2019-10-01 15:07:46Victor Mather

For UEFA, a Good Idea and a Terrible Name
A new European tournament is a welcome addition for those squeezed out of the Champions League. 2019-09-28 09:00:10Rory Smith

Agent Group Solicits Donations to Sue FIFA Over Transfer Limits
A series of rules changes would restrict the money — sometimes tens of millions of dollars in a single deal — that agents can earn when players switch teams. 2019-09-28 03:39:26Tariq Panja

New York City F.C. Routs Atlanta and Inches Closer to Top Seed
Thumping the second-place Atlanta United, N.Y.C.F.C. moved a step closer to ensuring that its playoff run would go through Yankee Stadium. 2019-09-26 04:38:28Andrew Das

FIFA Set to Take On Agents With Proposed Changes to Transfer Market
Limits on agents’ commissions and a cap on loans could reshape the international market for players. 2019-09-25 04:22:33Tariq Panja

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