• 26 Jun 2018

    The World Cup has continued today, with two more teams, France and Denmark, progressing to the next round. But it’s the diplomatic developments going on in the background of this competition that are drawing the attention of governments around the world.  

  • 26 Jun 2018

    The agency’s chief executive, Dawn Airey, told Channel 4 News that the piece was “not appropriate or in any way consistent with our company values or beliefs”.

  • 20 Jun 2018

    Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter talks to Channel 4 News about corruption in FIFA, his reception at the 2018 Russia World Cup – and his invitation from Vladimir Putin.

  • 15 Jun 2018

    England will be playing their first match on Monday against Tunisia. The two teams met exactly 20 years ago, in a game overshadowed by rioting England fans. But today, it’s the Tunisians who have a problem with fan violence. The authorities are struggling to deal with clashes at stadiums, sparked by a young population frustrated…

  • 14 Jun 2018

    A massive game of political football kicked off today. The Russian World Cup has been criticised for being a showpiece for the Putin Presidency. And as if to illustrate that perfectly, his main opponent was released from jail just hours before the Russian national team convincingly won the first game of the month-long tournament. Our…

  • 23 Apr 2018

    Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp tells Channel 4 News his views on Brexit, how to motivate players, and Mo Salah ahead of the semi-final Champions League clash with Roma.

  • 11 Mar 2018

    If you thought elite athletics was a young person’s game, then meet the athletes who’ve made the grade at this weekend’s British Masters indoor games in London. Some are in their eighties and nineties – shattering myths and smashing the age barrier.

  • 4 Mar 2018

    Sir Roger Bannister – the first athlete to run a mile in under four minutes – has died at the age of 88. His family said he died peacefully surrounded by his loved ones – adding “he banked his treasure in the hearts of his friends.”

  • 25 Feb 2018

    The winter Olympics closing ceremony has taken place in South Korea with a digital lightshow, fireworks and input from the country’s K-pop stars. Britain came home happy after a best-ever haul of five medals, but it was the outbreak of sporting diplomacy between North and South Korea that dominated these games.

  • 20 Feb 2018

    Forty-two years ago, when the British skater John Curry won his Olympic gold at Innsbruck, he faced a barrage of questions about his “very personal lifestyle”. He had just been outed by a German newspaper, one of the first leading sports people to become openly gay. Curry’s life ended tragically early when he died of…

  • 15 Feb 2018

    The 20-strong winter Paralympics GB team gathered in Manchester today as they count down to their chance to shine at PyeongChang 2018. For the first time the team will compete in five sports. Jordan Jarret-Bryan went along to meet some of the medal hopefuls.

  • 3 Feb 2018

    Yorkshire has been welcomed into a world league for repressed minorities, independent nations and stateless people. A league that includes the Rohingya, Tibet and Darfur.

  • 18 Jan 2018

    If you think of pre-match boxing hype, you think of bragging and bad mouthing opponents. And if you think of champs of old, they will have had mean-sounding nicknames – like Hit Man Hearns and Iron Mike Tyson. But while Watford world champ Anthony Joshua might be built like them and punch like them he…

  • 15 Jan 2018

    Troy Townsend, from Kick It Out, which campaigns against racism and discrimination in football, discusses Cyrille Regis.  

  • 15 Jan 2018

    Tributes have been paid to the former England footballer Cyrille Regis,  who’s died aged 59 after a cardiac arrest. Regis, who won five caps for England, was a pioneer for black players in the late 1970s. The Professional Footballers’ Association called him a “true gentleman and a legend”, who would be deeply missed.