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BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

FSA chief says making proof of vaccination mandatory at football matches could cause 'chaos'

Making proof of full vaccination mandatory at Premier League matches could cause "chaos" at some clubs, the Football Supporters' Association has warned.

Olympic football: France win after Gignac hat-trick and Brazil held at Tokyo 2020

Andre-Pierre Gignac scores a hat-trick as France revive their Olympic hopes with a win against South Africa, while defending champions Brazil are held.

Georginio Wijnaldum 'didn't feel loved and appreciated' by some at Liverpool

Former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum says he "didn't feel loved and appreciated" by some during his time at the club.

Tokyo Olympics: Liberato Cacace, Teboho Mokoena and Teji Savanier in best goals on day two

Watch the best goals from day two of the men's football competition - featuring stunning strikes from Liberato Cacace, Teboho Mokoena and Teji Savanier.

BBC Sport

Hugo Millan: Spaniard, 14, dies after crash at MotorLand Aragon

Hugo Millan, a 14-year-old motorbike rider, has died after crashing at a race in Spain.

Tokyo Olympics: Day-by-day guide to the key events, big stars and British medal hopes

Want to know what's happening when in Tokyo? Check out our comprehensive guide to all the action in Japan.

Tokyo Olympics: France stun reigning champions USA to end 25-game win streak

The USA's men's basketball team see their 25-game winning streak at the Olympics ended as they are stunned 83-76 by France in their Tokyo opener.

Tokyo Olympics: GB's Alex Yee wins silver in men's triathlon as Kristian Blummenfelt takes gold

Great Britain's Alex Yee wins silver in a punishing men's triathlon at the Tokyo Olympics as Kristian Blummenfelt of Norway claims gold.

BBC Rugby News

British and Irish Lions: Maro Itoje urges team-mates to learn from history

Maro Itoje warns his British and Irish Lions team-mates to take heed of previous tours and expect a strong response from South Africa on Saturday.

Matt Dawson column: British and Irish Lions climbed a mountain against South Africa

Ex-British and Irish Lion Matt Dawson says the side climbed a mountain to beat South Africa.

British and Irish Lions: Lions fight back to clinch series opener

The British and Irish Lions draw first blood in the Test series against world champions South Africa after fighting back from nine points down at the break.

British and Irish Lions: First Test win over South Africa 'ultimate game of two halves'

Former captain Brian O'Driscoll says the British and Irish Lions' win over South Africa in the first Test was the "ultimate game of two halves".

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