Why England's Football Team Should Visit All Of England

Navneet Singh | Posted 01.03.2017 | UK Sport
Navneet Singh

The arguments in favour of taking England nationally are, in my opinion, overwhelming. The national team should play across the country, allowing supporters in all areas of the country to engage.

The Ten Most Amazing Sports Stadiums In The World

Ross Ayling | Posted 14.09.2016 | UK Sport
Ross Ayling

Sport has never been just about playing; it's also about spectating. The start-up of the football season will see many of us yet again travel all over the country (and Europe) in support of our clubs - and we love it. If we didn't have these beautifully constructed arenas designed specifically to accommodate our live viewing experience, sport simply wouldn't be the same...

Crystal Palace in the FA Cup - History or Heartache?

Matt Davis | Posted 16.05.2016 | UK Sport
Matt Davis

If you happen to be attached to anyone of South London ancestry aged, say, 35 and over, expect extreme behaviour from next Saturday night. After the u...

Elbow Merchant Fellaini Should Not Have a Palace Date at Wembley

Rob Atkinson | Posted 06.05.2016 | UK Sport
Rob Atkinson

Louis van Gaal, the current manager of Manchester United, is a confusing figure. Frequently disarming and able to display a self-deprecating humour, he's occasionally also abrasive and blinkered. Sometimes, he's just downright weird, a facet of his personality that came to the fore after the most recent act of thuggery from one of his least admirable players, a certain Monsieur Fellaini.

My Men United March Against Prostate Cancer

Jeff Stelling | Posted 30.03.2017 | UK Sport
Jeff Stelling

I deal in statistics - but the prostate cancer ones are totally shocking. One man dies every hour from this disease. That's six during Soccer Saturday every week. Yes, my feet are killing me. But who cares if it will save even one man's life?

Jeff Stelling: Men United March Against Prostate Cancer

Angela Culhane | Posted 25.03.2017 | UK Sport
Angela Culhane

Jeff is half way through his ten marathons. And we've got ten years to tame prostate cancer. With a man dying of it every hour, it's not just an epic journey, it's a race against time.

Could the UK Ever Have a British Indian Prime Minister?

Varun Bhanot | Posted 18.11.2016 | UK Politics
Varun Bhanot

British Indians have never felt more established than at this moment, and it is a great celebration of our vibrant democracy that should one aspire to the highest office in the land, the broader society would be in full support. What was an impossible pipe-dream to the displaced migrants in the 1960s, could perhaps be a near-distant reality.

Germany V Holland Match Abandoned Amid Rising Pre-Game Tensions At Wembley

The Huffington Post UK | Jack Sommers | Posted 17.11.2015 | UK

UPDATE: Holland V Germany Match Abandoned After 'Concrete' Evidence Of Terror Threat Armed police have been deployed at Wembley Stadium, where the ...

Actual French People Teach Brits How To Sing La Marseillaise With Phonetics

The Huffington Post UK | Jack Sommers | Posted 17.11.2015 | UK

Despite England fans being among the most dedicated and well-travelled of all football supporters, when it comes to singing the anthem, they're rightf...

Five Takeaways From Lions-Chiefs at Wembley

Charlie Lindlar | Posted 01.11.2016 | UK Sport
Charlie Lindlar

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Detroit Lions at Wembley on Sunday. The score was 45-10. That's it. There's no way to make it sound more exciting. The last game of this year's slate of Wembley games, this was a mediocre finish to what's actually been a decent bunch of games...

Royal Ramblings Meets Stevie Boy (ICW Special)

Danny Stone | Posted 25.10.2016 | UK Sport
Danny Stone

This month, following a second major UK tour in six months, Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW) did what no other UK promotion has done in over 30 yea...

Four Takeaways From Jaguars-Bills at Wembley

Charlie Lindlar | Posted 25.10.2016 | UK Sport
Charlie Lindlar

The Jacksonville Jaguars rumbled to a stunning 27-3 half-time lead over the Buffalo Bills, threw it all away with minutes to spare, then took it all back with a last-ditch touchdown toss from Blake Bortles to win 34-31. One of the standout games of the NFL's International Series, this was a game that had everything. Here a few of those things.

Royal Ramblings: TNA Once More Shows Its Love for the UK

Robert Rams | Posted 08.10.2016 | UK Sport
Robert Rams

Last night, on TNA Bound for Glory broadcast on Challenge TV, TNA President Dixie Carter announced that every show in the UK will be a TV recording fo...

Why It's No Surprise London Is Excited for the Return of the NFL International Series

Neil Reynolds | Posted 01.10.2016 | UK Sport
Neil Reynolds

As the count down begins to the opening game of the NFL International Series on Sunday - the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins - you can see clearly why everyone on this side of the Atlantic is getting extremely excited.

Challenge Cup Final 2015: Lizzie Jones Showed Me That I Will Always Be A Member of The Winning Sporting Family

Karl Davis | Posted 31.08.2016 | UK Sport
Karl Davis

So, what do you do when your team lose 50-0 in the Challenge Cup Final (yep, that wasn't a typo!) at Wembley? Emmigrate? Hide in a cupboard? Burn your...

The Technology of Sport: Are Our Venues Letting the Side Down?

Garry Veale | Posted 17.07.2016 | UK Tech
Garry Veale

Sports technologies like contactless payments, stadium apps to help you find a parking spot, order a beer to your seat, or access player information on the last goal scorer have incredible potential to boost engagement for sports fans and advertisers.

Shamed Mourinho Has Unleashed a Beast

Anshuman Rawat | Posted 29.03.2015 | UK Sport
Anshuman Rawat

Current league holders Manchester City should not be surprised if on January 31 they meet a Chelsea team that plays both freely because it is relieved of some pressure and angrily because it feels that the world is responsible for its defeat at the hands of Bradford in FA Cup.

Oakland Raiders V Miami Dolphins In Pictures

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Sport

Manchester-born Menelik Watson experienced an unhappy homecoming as his Oakland Raiders were routed 38-14 by the Miami Dolphins in one of the most one...

It's Coming Home: Wembley To Stage Euro 2020 Final

The Huffington Post UK & PA | Posted 19.09.2014 | UK Sport

England has won the right to host the final and semi-finals of Euro 2020. London's Wembley Stadium will stage the climax of the European Championsh...

Spurs Fans Favour Wembley Move Ahead Of Leaving The Lane In 2017-18

The Huffington Post UK & PA | Posted 11.09.2014 | UK Sport

Tottenham supporters would favour a short-term move to Wembley after it was announced a temporary home would be required due to a delay in the constru...

England Boss Needs Charm Offensive

Phil Hall | Posted 08.11.2014 | UK Sport
Phil Hall

Roy Hodgson seems to have forgotten the basics this week. Attacking the newspapers when they are looking for the headline - however outrageous they may be - is an own goal. He needs to fill the void by giving this hungry mob the food they require. And he should not have been deterred from his line of thinking whatever the provocation.

'F***ing B***ocks' - Hodgson Loses It With England Critics

The Huffington Post UK & PA | Posted 05.09.2014 | UK Sport

Roy Hodgson claims his critics are talking "fucking bollocks" if they think England are destined for failure under his rule. England 1-0 Norway: Ca...

Wembley Open Exhibition Charting A Century Of Memories

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 04.09.2014 | UK Sport

Wembley Stadium and Getty Images have collaborated to create a first-of-its-kind exhibition showcasing over a century of historic events and memories ...

'Heaven Help Us': What The Papers Have To Say About England

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 04.09.2014 | UK Sport

So 40,181 wasn't a bad crowd after all, considering the dross that was on show at Wembley last night. England beat Norway courtesy of a Wayne Rooney p...

Milner And Rooney Compete For The Worst Pass Ever Award

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 04.09.2014 | UK Sport

There was a time in the summer when Arsenal and Liverpool were keen on James Milner. He is coveted no more, though, and the unashamed artisan was at h...