Football and Music Part One: Trampolene’s Jack Jones on the Important Role the Two Have Played in His Life

There is a reason why Andrea Bocelli sang at the King Power stadium prior to Leicester’s final home game of their title winning season. The same reason explains why the trailer for the Manchester City documentary All or Nothing was centred around the players chanting the Oasis anthem Wonderwall. It’s quite simple

Lithuanian prospect and LFA Light-heavyweight champion Julius Anglickas signs for Bellator MMA.

Julius sparring or boxing

It was reported earlier this month that the Legacy Fighting Alliance’s (LFA) light-heavyweight champion Julius Anglickas, has taken the next step up in his career by signing with the UFC’s arch-rival, Bellator MMA. The Lithuanian-born fighter has put pen to paper on a four-fight deal that sees him placed into a hard-hitting division

“There’s too many good players and coaches in this league.” The LA Rams will not underestimate the Bengals in London matchup.

The 2019 Los Angeles Rams are not the same scoring machine as the team from last season that cruised to a 13-3 record and scored an NFC high of 527 points. This year the Rams have been unable to perform at that same level, losing three of their last four and

How the NBA is succeeding in making India fall in love with basketball

India, a predominantly cricket crazy nation with a population of over 1.2 billion has enjoyed yet another exhilarating week of sport. No, it's not because they managed to beat the visiting South Africans by a mammoth 203 runs, or due to the thrilling performances from the boxers at the AIBA

“Put us in Australia, China… The Chicago Bears are going to be ready to play ball on Sunday.” – Khalil Mack gets first shot at Oakland Raiders in London

Sunday will mark the first game of the 2019 NFL London series. Luckily for us fans, the storylines are juicier than ever. The game will also provide the winner with the first ever NFL victory at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which was designed specifically to accommodate the NFL a

Riding into Kabul after the fall of the Taliban and facing Brett Lee and Glenn McGrath in the nets: Phil Mackie on his 26 years at the BBC

Phil Mackie has worked for the BBC since 1993, and since 1998 has been a network TV, radio and online reporter for BBC news, covering stories such as Fred & Rose West and the Cromwell Street murders, being in Kabul when the Taliban fell, and the Ben Stokes affray case. He