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The match will be shown on Match of the Day this evening. If you don't want to know the result, look away now as we show you Tony Adams lifting the trophy for Arsenal.- Steve Rider, commentator
Lionel Messi strikes twice as Barcelona score three late goals to beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final first leg.
Former England manager Graham Taylor denies allegations he spoke about pressure to limit the number of black players he selected.
Man City to pay over £50m for Juventus' Paul Pogba, Chelsea target Mauro Icardi & Paulo Dybala, Inter want Yaya Toure, plus more.
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon wants Gareth Bale to remain at the Spanish giants beyond the current season.
Barcelona manager Luis Enrique says Lionel Messi is "from another dimension" after his two goals against Bayern Munich.
Pep Guardiola insists Bayern Munich were in control before conceding three late goals to Barcelona in the Champions League.
Head coach Steve McClaren insists he is "100% committed" to Derby but refuses to say if he was offered the Newcastle job.
Real Madrid top Forbes' annual list of the most valuable football teams in the world for the third consecutive year.
Criticism of Gareth Bale's performance in Real Madrid's Champions League loss to Juventus is dismissed by his agent.
St Mirren fans vote for six-year-old Aaron Woodall as their player of the year as he battles against cancer.
Chesterfield's Paul Cook says his side do not regard themselves as underdogs for the play-off semi-final with Preston.
Sheffield United are "expected" to win promotion to the Championship, according to Swindon Town manager Mark Cooper.
Burnley defender Michael Duff has the red card he received during Saturday's 1-0 defeat by West Ham rescinded.
Police investigating Rangers search Mike Ashley's company premises over matters unrelated to Ashley or Sports Direct.
Bournemouth will prioritise the squad over stadium expansion for their debut Premier League season, says chairman Jeff Mostyn.
Former South Africa international striker Benni McCarthy is robbed at gunpoint at a barber shop in Johannesburg.
Michael Chopra opens the scoring against Brechin as Alloa establish a two-goal lead in their Championship play-off.
Tottenham forward Harry Kane says he has hummed the 'He's one of our own' song which Spurs fans sing in tribute to him.
West Ham United offer a £5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of burglars who stole medals belonging to former player Ken Brown.
Leeds United are waiting to find out if the Football League have approved Massimo Cellino's bid to return to the club's board.
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey says the Championship club expect striker Benik Afobe to be with them next season.
Vladimir Antonov, the Russian ex-Portsmouth FC owner loses a legal battle to avoid extradition to Lithuania to face charges over an alleged multimillion-pound fraud.
Ricky Little scores from his own half after Michael Andrews misjudges the bounce of the ball in Arbroath's 5-0 win over Berwick.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praises his team's blend of "focus, fluency and confidence" after they beat Hull 3-1 at KC Stadium with a superb display.
Italy and Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon looks forward to the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Mark Chapman is joined by Trevor Sinclair and Alan Shearer on MOTD3 as they discuss Newcastle, Chelsea and the promoted clubs.
BBC Sport looks at five key reasons behind Chelsea's Premier League title win.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he feels "proud" after his team were crowned Premier League champions, but admits he is "tired" and "needs a rest".
BBC football expert Pat Nevin explains why Jose Mourinho's philosophy on defending was integral to Chelsea's Premier League title triumph.
Newly-crowned Premier League champions Nemanja Matic and Thibault Courtois tell BBC Sport how "proud" they feel after their "special" Premier League title win.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits his side's lack of goals is "a concern" following their 1-0 defeat at home to West Brom.
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says that his players "deserve this moment" during Monday's open-top bus parade to celebrate winning the Championship title.
Hull boss Steve Bruce bemoans a "difficult night" and feels luck was against his side during their 3-1 home defeat to Arsenal.
BBC Sport looks at the key stats from the weekend Chelsea were crowned Premier League champions.
Glentoran lift the Irish Cup but Portadown are angered by a controversial refereeing decision shortly before David Scullion's winner.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says it was a "beautiful game" at Tottenham but admits his side were lucky to win 1-0.
Newcastle boss John Carver says he "can't accept" the lack of effort from his players and believes Mike Williamson was sent off "on purpose" against Leicester.
Gareth Bale's performance for Real Madrid is criticised as Juventus build a 2-1 lead in the Champions League semi-final.
Jose Mourinho has achieved almost everything in the game says Tom Fordyce - except enduring success at one club.
MOTD2 pundit Alan Shearer looks at the reasons why Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side won the title by such a large margin.
Juventus have had an "extraordinary" season, says captain Gianluigi Buffon in a wide-ranging BBC Sport interview.
All you need to know about promotion, relegation and the race for Europe in England and Scotland's top football leagues.
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.
Celtic boss Ronny Deila eyes a victory in Aberdeen to underline his side's dominance in the title race.
Cardiff boss Russell Slade says clubs will have to pay to prise 'unsettled' striker Adam Le Fondre away from the club.
Northern Ireland goalkeeper Roy Carroll agrees a one-year deal with Notts County following their relegation to League Two.
Spanish football writer Andy West says the suspension of all domestic football is "very real" and "not just posturing".