Six matches played between October 16, 2019 and November 19, 2019 in the Goa Pro League last season have been under the scanner for match fixing.
The AFC has said that six Goa Professional League matches showed 'suspicious betting patterns indicative of match manipulation'.
IFA secretary Joydeep Mukherjee said they would like to host all I-League and second division matches in Kolkata, subject to approval from the West Bengal government.
Eric Dier told the FA he jumped into the crowd to protect his younger brother, who was involved in an altercation with the fan.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Eric Dier has been fined 40,000 pounds for the Football Association along with the ban for his 'misconduct'.
Mizoram Football Association has had its entire 2019-20 season disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The lack of representation of Black people in senior leadership roles in the sport has been in the spotlight because of the increased focus worldwide on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Plans for the messages on kits are yet to be finalized ahead of the league restarting on Wednesday following a 100-day shutdown because of the coronavirus.
The players are banned from all matches organised by the CFA until November 30 and will also not be allowed to feature for the national team at any level during that time.
Premier League players are unlikely to face disciplinary action if they take a knee or make any other peaceful anti-discrimination protest when the English season resumes.
The Football Association announced that the FA Cup final will be held on August 1 with quarter-finals starting from June 27-28.
Manchester City were top of the WSL table, one point ahead of second-placed Chelsea, with Liverpool bottom when matches were suspended in mid-March.
The CSL has ambitions of launching the season in late June or early July, and Chinese football authorities have drawn up detailed plans to keep players and fans safe.
Jose Mourinho, according to a statement from Spurs, said he is 'desperate' for Premier League to resume and hasn't asked for it to be delayed further.
Premier League is setting social distancing rules for players as the stage is being prepared for return to training.
DFB are keen to start other competitions as the men's top two divisions are set to start without spectators on May 16 after a two-month suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The International Football Association Board said in as statement that it had agreed to a proposal by world governing body FIFA for a temporary change to the rules
International Football Association Board, working with FIFA, are looking to increase the number of substitutions for the teams to deal with the likely fixture congestion after football restarts.
With 92 matches in the Premier League season still to be played, players could have little preparatory time to work on their fitness in group training before being rushed back into playing twice a week.
Professional football has been suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic which has killed nearly 28,500 people in Britain.