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England's Jude Bellingham celebrates after scoring against Serbia during their Group C match at Euro 2024 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, on Sunday.
Jun 17, 2024
Jude Bellingham helps England get off to winning start at Euro 2024
England has been hyped as one of the tournament favorites, as Gareth Southgate aims to finally steer a richly talented generation to glory
Germany's Toni Kroos during a friendly against the Netherlands on March 26
Jun 13, 2024
Germany braced for Euro 2024 kickoff with France and England favored
The hosts will be looking to make a surprise run on home soil despite the apparent strength of the French and English sides.
England's Jos Buttler plays a reverse sweep during the second T20 match against Pakistan in Birmingham, England, on Saturday.
May 30, 2024
England will not use disrupted preparation as excuse at T20 World Cup
Mark Wood said his side is strong enough to cope with the curtailed preparations.
Caleb Williams poses with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after being selected by the Chicago Bears with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft in Detroit on Thursday.
Apr 26, 2024
Bears take Caleb Williams with No. 1 pick to start QB rush at NFL draft
Five quarterbacks went in the first 10 picks with no defensive players selected.
Jamie George learned of his mother's cancer diagnosis on the same day he found out he would be the England captain.
Feb 23, 2024
Jamie George to captain England with heavy heart after mother's death
George learned his rugby-fanatic mother, Jane, had contracted lung cancer the same day he was appointed England captain.
Japan's Dylan Riley (right) attempts to evade England's Joe Marler during their match at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in Nice, France, on Sept. 17, 2023.
Jan 26, 2024
Brave Blossoms to face England at Twickenham in November
The match will be Japan's first visit to the west London venue since November 2022.
Bill Belichick on the sideline during his final game as Patriots head coach on Sunday.
MORE SPORTS / Football
Jan 12, 2024
How Belichick helped the Patriots go from laughingstock to economic powerhouse
The Patriots' dynasty truly came to a close on Thursday when the team parted ways with Belichick, 71, the second-winningest coach in modern NFL history.
Outgoing New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick holds a news conference in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Thursday to announce his departure from the team.
MORE SPORTS / Football
Jan 12, 2024
Why Bill Belichick fit in so well, for so long, in New England
Belichick departed Thursday as the head coach of the New England Patriots after 24 years of unmatched dominance in America’s most popular sport.
 England's fly-half and captain Owen Farrell helped lead the team to a third-place finish at the Rugby World Cup.
Nov 30, 2023
England's Farrell to skip Six Nations to prioritize mental health
Farrell has won 112 caps since making his international debut in 2012 and is England's all-time leading points scorer with 1,237.
South Africa hooker Bongi Mbonambi has been accused of verbally abusing England's Tom Curry during a Rugby World Cup semifinal on Saturday.
Oct 24, 2023
Springboks clam up on abuse allegations after England semifinal
South African Rugby said on Sunday that it had launched its own internal investigation and that it was "reviewing the available evidence."
South Africa's Handre Pollard (left) converts an eventual match-winning penalty kick against England during their Rugby World Cup semifinal in Paris on Saturday.
Oct 22, 2023
Handre Pollard's late penalty sends Springboks into RWC final
It was a second successive single-point victory for South Africa after it beat France 29-28 in the quarterfinals.
Bobby Charlton scored 249 goals in 758 appearances for Manchester United, as well as 49 goals in 106 caps for England.
Oct 22, 2023
Bobby Charlton, England and Manchester United great, dies at 86
A survivor of the infamous 1958 Munich air crash, Charlton later helped England win its only World Cup and guided United to European glory.
England's Harry Kane celebrates his second goal of the night against Italy during a Euro 2024 qualifier in London on Tuesday.
Oct 18, 2023
Harry Kane scores twice as England beats Italy to qualify for Euros
The goals took Kane's tally at Wembley to 24, one more than 1966 World Cup winner Bobby Charlton, making him England's all-time top scorer at the stadium.
Fiji's outside center and captain Waisea Nayacalevu (left) is tackled by England fly-half and captain Owen Farrell during the France 2023 Rugby World Cup quarterfinal match between England and Fiji.
Oct 16, 2023
Borthwick backs England to rise once more for World Cup semis
"A lot of people said we wouldn't get out of the pool. We got out of the pool, now we got out of the quarterfinal," said the England coach.
England goalkeeper Mary Earps was among those calling for replicas of her jersey to be sold by team supplier Nike during the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Oct 10, 2023
Nike, after criticism, releases Mary Earps goalkeeper jersey
Nike previously faced backlash from fans and from Earps herself after replicas of the goalkeeper’s jersey were not made available during the competition.
British consumers have seen the price of a classic English breakfast — with ingredients like bacon, sausages, orange juice, baked beans and mushrooms — increase by almost 12%.
BUSINESS / Economy
Sep 21, 2023
Brits see cost of English breakfast soar amid food inflation
The total cost of a basket of goods needed to make the fry-up rose by 57 pence, almost 12%, to £36.15 in August.
Japan needs to win its remaining two Pool D games in order to progress to the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals.
Sep 19, 2023
Error-strewn loss to England leaves Japan facing uphill battle
The kick-heavy encounter in Nice left discouraged Brave Blossoms fans knowing their team will need a major turnaround to match its 2019 quarterfinal run.
England's Ellis Genge (center) is tackled by Japan's Craig Millar (left) and Tomoki Osada during their match at the Rugby World Cup in Nice, France, on Sunday.
Sep 18, 2023
Japan fails to keep up with England at Rugby World Cup
Japan fell to its first loss of the 2023 Rugby World Cup on Sunday, going down 34-12 to England in Pool D in front of 30,500 at Stade de Nice.
Japan's Asaeli Ai Valu (left) and Atsushi Sakate celebrate with a Japanese flag after defeating Chile in their opening game of the Rugby World Cup in Toulouse, France, on Sept. 10.
Sep 16, 2023
Giant-slaying Japan turns attention to England at Rugby World Cup
Japan will have another chance to take down a rugby powerhouse when it meets England at the World Cup.
England defense coach Kevin Sinfield (left) and scrumhalf Danny Care speak with reporters during a news conference in Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, France, prior to the Rugby World Cup.
Sep 14, 2023
England assistant coach defends tackling amid flurry of red cards
Sinfield said the team is working on its tackling, but that the players are human and "they make mistakes."


Father's Day is said to have come to Japan around 1950, shortly after the establishment of Mother's Day.
The evolving nature of fatherhood in Japan