David Beckham's 20-year playing career ends after he is not named in Paris St-Germain's squad to play Lorient.
A £3m extension to the north stand of Scotland's national stadium at Hampden Park in Glasgow is completed.
The joint-administrator for Coventry City says interested parties have until the end of next week to make a bid.
Dan Walker and Pat Nevin are at Wembley as the last World Football Focus of the season looks ahead to Saturday's Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp says the Champions League final against Bayern Munich will be special.
Derry City miss a host of gilt-edged chances as they are held to a 1-1 draw by Cork City in the league game at the Brandywell.
Championship club Blackburn Rovers appoint caretaker boss Gary Bowyer as their new manager on a permanent basis.
Inter Milan appoint former Napoli manager Walter Mazzarri as their new head coach after Andrea Stramaccioni's departure.
Andros Townsend pulls out of the England Under-21s European Championship squad following FA betting charge.
Outgoing Manchester United chief executive David Gill is confident Wayne Rooney will stay at Old Trafford.
Hibernian captain James McPake loses his battle to be fit for Sunday's Scottish Cup final against and Celtic.
The £100m match: Is there any economic benefit to the community?
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's game between Crystal Palace and Watford in the Championship.
Former chief executive Charles Green is cleared of having close links with former Rangers owner Craig Whyte.
Rome rivals Lazio and Roma play each other in a Coppa Italia final for the first time
Celtic manager Neil Lennon says he was unable to persuade Kris Commons to continue playing for Scotland.
Four Brighton and Hove Albion footballers are found not guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway says reaching the Premier League would have a profound impact on the club's future.
Hartlepool United name ex-England defender Colin Cooper as manager following the sacking of John Hughes.
Mid Lincs County Youth League
MAXIMUM FORMATS FOR 2013-2014
Under 7s will be playing 5v5
Under 8,9 and 10s will be playing 7v7
Under 11 and 12s will be playing 9v9
Under 13-17s will be playing 11v11
A 6 year old can only play 5v5
A 7,8 and 9 year old can only play 7 v 7
A 10 year old can only play 9 v 9
An 11 year old can play 9v9 OR 11v11 (subject to correct age)
All others fall into the 2 year age band.
All date of births are based on AS AT 31st AUGUST in the playing season.
FA RULES 2013-2014
CUP FINALS SLEAFORD 2013 More Photos Available in the MID LINCS NEWS MAY EDITION
Affiliation to the FA 2013-2014
Would all clubs note that contray to the Lincs FA Affiliation requesting the affiliation including Public Liabilty of £18 It is NOT COMPULSORY to take the FAs Public Liability Policy. In the next few days ALL member clubs will receive the Leagues Premiums for Public Liability And Personal Injury Insurance for 2013-2014 which are very competitive.
FA proposals for Youth Football get go-ahead
Football Association plans for an overhaul of the youth football system have been overwhelmingly backed by FA shareholders.
Eighty-seven percent of shareholders voted in favour of youth development proposals, which include a new player pathway including new 5v5 and 9v9 formats and a child-friendly approach to competition up to under 11s.
The proposals had required 75% of the shareholder vote which took place at the FAAGM at Wembley today and will now be phased in from the youngest age groups from the start of the 2013/14 season.
Nick Levett, FA National Development Manager for youth football and the man behind the proposals, said after 138 roadshows nationwide it was fantastic to get the endorsement of the majority of the grassroots football community.These changes are a massive step forward for the future of children football in this country.
The changes represent the biggest overhaul of youth football since the introduction of mini soccer in 1999.
The new player pathway and a new 9v9 format for U11s and U12s will allow children to play on appropriate size pitches and with appropriate size goals, with the aim of providing more touches of the ball as kids learn the game.
For the first time ever children will only begin to play on full size adult pitches at under 13s level, whilst the traditional league table season will be scrapped for all teams up to under 11s.
In its place will be replaced three mini-seasons within a season, each of which will feature development matches or friendlies followed by a trophy event the length of which will increase as children get older.
The FA hopes that this gradual introduction of competitive football will allow the children greater freedom to learn the game free from external adult-driven pressure for results.
Ron Westerman - Chairman Mid Lincs County Youth League
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