Terrace Chants Overpower Royal Fanfare as First Ever Buckingham Palace Football Match Kicks Off

Who ate all the pies? I'd pin it on the corgis, as Buckingham Palace plays host to its first ever football match today, with Civil Service FC and Polytechnic FC facing off today to mark the 150th anniversary of the Football Association's formation. Read More >>

“Severe Delays on the Goalscorers Line”: Tube Map Gets Football Makeover For 150th Anniversary

Set to make Tube-bound tourists' trips to the capital a living hell, London Underground has revealed a football-inspired reworking of the iconic Tube map to mark both its own 150th anniversary and that of the Football Association. Read More >>

Hawk-Eye Goal-Line Tech Approved for Premier League Next Season

The Premier League has given the go-head for for goal-line sensor tech, with the proven Hawk-Eye system set to be introduced for the 2013/14 season. Seven cameras in each goal will ensure "millimetre accurate" tracking of the ball, taking some of the guesswork out of controversial did it/didn't it moments. Read More >>

Goal-Line Tech Gets First Major Trial in Next Month’s England Friendly

The goal-line sensor technology that could've made Frank Lampard even more pleased with himself is about to get its highest-profile test yet, with the Hawk-Eye system set to get a full workout next month in an England friendly. Read More >>

FA Could Install Goal-Line Technology for 2012-13 Footie Season

The job of football referee may get a little less stressful starting from the 2012-13 season, with the FA considering yielding to public pressure and including goalmouth sensor tech. Read More >>