Egypt is planning to apply to host the 2036 Olympic Games, Sports Minister Ashraf Sobhi said on Saturday during a reception for IOC president Thomas Bach in Cairo.
Ghana coach Otto Addo acknowledged the "danger" of integrating a number of new players into the squad ahead of the World Cup, but he does not believe it will have a destabilizing effect.
Football arrests in England and Wales reached their highest level for eight years last season, while pitch invasions more than doubled compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to data from the British Home Office.
Senegal forward Keita Balde has been suspended until December 5 over an anti-doping violation in Italy, his new club Spartak Moscow announced, severely compromising his chances of playing at the World Cup.
Nigerian hopefuls had mixed fortunes in the CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round on Sunday with Kwara United qualifying comfortably while Remo Stars were eliminated.
Tunisian tennis heroine and US Open finalist Ons Jabeur is to play in a WTA 250 tournament on home soil for the first time in October, the North African country's tennis association said Monday.
Egypt, Greece and Saudi Arabia are in talks to jointly host the 2030 World Cup football tournament, an Egyptian official said Friday in televised remarks.
Beer-drinking will be OK at the Qatar World Cup, the tournament's chief insisted Thursday, despite severely restricted alcohol sales in the Muslim Gulf state.
Frances Tiafoe is the first US tennis player to reach the U.S. Open semifinal since 2006. Tiafoe had beaten his Russian counterpart Andrey Rublev in Arthur Ashe Stadium on Wednesday.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has set its pairings for the preliminary and last-32 rounds of the 2022-2023 CAF Confederation Cup, which starts on Friday:
Tunisian Ons Jabeur became the first African woman to reach the U.S. Open Semifinals after defeating Ajla Tomljanovic on Tuesday at Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.
Premier League clubs shattered their single-season spending record during an incredible Â£1.9 billion ($2.1 billion) spree during the summer window.