United Kingdom  

BBC Sport

Sports division of the BBC

BBC Sport    ▸ Facts   ▸ Comments   ▸ News   ▸ Videos   

BBC Sport: Sports division of the BBC
BBC Sport is the sports division of the BBC, providing national sports coverage for BBC Television, radio and online. The BBC holds the television and radio UK broadcasting rights to several sports, broadcasting the sport live or alongside flagship analysis programmes such as Match of the Day, Test Match Special, Ski Sunday, Today at Wimbledon and previously Grandstand. Results, analysis and coverage is also added to the BBC Sport Website and through the BBC Red Button interactive television service.

0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

You Might Like


Premier League injuries: Why are so many players getting injuries this season?

BBC Sport looks at what is behind the increased rate of injuries in the Premier League this season and which teams are suffering.
BBC News - Published

England beat France: Shaunagh Brown says she could not handle every game being that close

In her fourth BBC Sport column England prop Shaunagh Brown talks about enticing fans with exciting wins, messages of support from Olympians and how her family keeps her grounded.
BBC News - Published

Could a club from outside the ‘big six’ really win the Premier League?

As Leicester City make their best ever start to a top-flight season, BBC Sport looks at whether there could again be a surprise Premier League winner.
BBC News - Published

NBA Draft 2020: LaMelo, Edwards and Wiseman fighting for number one pick

BBC Sport looks at the top contenders to be the number one pick in this year's NBA Draft
BBC News - Published

Liverpool injury problems: Do Reds need to sign a defender?

As Joe Gomez joins Virgil van Dijk on the sidelines, do Liverpool need to buy a defender in January - or can they find a solution from within their squad? BBC Sport assesses Jurgen Klopp's options.
BBC News - Published

Lewis Hamilton wins seventh World Championship: Briton's career illustrated

As Lewis Hamilton secures his record-equalling seventh world title, BBC Sport looks back at his career in illustrations.
BBC News - Published

Ex-England captain Phillip on managing men's side

England women's first black captain Mary Phillip speaks to BBC Sport about her role managing non-league men's side Peckham Town.
BBC News - Published

Why are Premier League injuries up this year?

BBC Sport looks at what is behind the increased rate of injuries in the Premier League this season and which teams are suffering.
BBC News - Published

Super League play-offs: The format, contenders and details explained

BBC Sport explains the re-jigged Super League play-off format for 2020, following the impact of Covid-19.
BBC News - Published

John Bostock on Barcelona offer, life at Tottenham and career as a whole

John Bostock tells BBC Sport about his journey from teenage 'wonderkid' to football journeyman.
BBC News - Published

Football before lockdown: Your last football match before lockdown

With England in another national lockdown, we asked BBC Sport readers to tell us about the last football match they attended.
BBC News - Published

The 10 players of Premier League season so far - as rated by BBC Sport readers

BBC Sport takes a look back through your players ratings from Premier League matches, with some interesting findings.
BBC News - Published

England v Iceland: Albania or Germany could host Nations League tie

Albania emerges as the leading candidate to host England's Nations League game against Iceland on 18 November while Germany could also be an option, BBC Sport has learned.
BBC News - Published

Vietnamese Grand Prix dropped from 2021 F1 schedule

The Vietnamese Grand Prix has been dropped from the 2021 Formula 1 calendar, BBC Sport learns.
BBC News - Published

Albania could host England-Iceland Nations League game

Albania emerges as the leading candidate to host England's Nations League game against Iceland next Wednesday if required, BBC Sport has learned.
BBC News - Published

'You have to wear the consequences of your actions' - Rapinoe on taking a knee, white privilege and speaking out

US star Megan Rapinoe tells BBC Sport about how taking a knee jeopardised her international career, and what the future holds for women's football.
BBC News - Published

'We just love the club so much' - the football fans putting it all out there on YouTube

BBC Sport meets some of the supporters going through the emotional extremes of following their side on YouTube and asks them why they do it?
BBC News - Published

Vardy produces another 'masterclass' - but can Leicester fight for the title?

BBC Sport looks at why Leicester could be considered title challengers this season after another 'masterclass' performance from Jamie Vardy.
BBC News - Published

Women's FA Cup: Everton and Manchester City ready for 50th final

BBC Sport previews Sunday's 50th Women's FA Cup final between Everton and Manchester City, which will be live on BBC One.
BBC News - Published

'Hard work, sacrifice and difficult conversations' - how I became a football broadcaster

BBC Sport's Tom Gayle speaks to Mark Scott, Anne-Marie Batson and Seb Hutchinson about their journeys into football broadcasting.
BBC News - Published

Shaunagh Brown column: I didn't know we had won the Six Nations

In her first BBC Sport column, England prop Shaunagh Brown explains how she had to be reminded she had won the Six Nations.
BBC News - Published

Kirstie Levell: Leicester City goalkeeper on family heartache & why number 28 is sentimental

Leicester goalkeeper Kirstie Levell tells BBC Sport how she dealt with the death of her older brother and why she chose the number 28 shirt.
BBC News - Published

England Netball in New Zealand: 'We are here to take the Test series' - Laura Malcolm

As England prepare to face world champions New Zealand in Hamilton, BBC Sport speaks to co-captain Laura Malcolm on how they have navigated "challenging" preparations.
BBC News - Published

'Nurmagomedov has strong claim to be MMA's greatest of all time'

Retiring UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is touted as one the greatest MMA fighters of all-time - BBC Sport looks at the evidence.
BBC News - Published

Black History Month: The sportswomen you should know more about

Long read: BBC Sport looks at the stories of seven black sportswomen who were trailblazers of their time.
BBC News - Published

Jack Wilshere on leaving West Ham, his next move and being the forgotten man

Jack Wilshere talks to BBC Sport's Simon Stone about leaving West Ham, his next career move and being the forgotten man.
BBC News - Published

'People forget I am 28' - Wilshere on leaving West Ham, training in the park and finding a club

Jack Wilshere talks to BBC Sport's Simon Stone about leaving West Ham, his next career move and being the forgotten man.
BBC News - Published

Rugby League World Cup: What are the key questions with one year to go?

With one year to go until the start of the Rugby League World Cup in England, BBC Sport explores the key questions around the event.
BBC News - Published

Who will win the Champions League? Experts' predictions and vote

As the Champions League returns on Tuesday, BBC Sport's European football writers make their predictions.
BBC News - Published

Kylian Mbappe: Why PSG striker could move to Real Madrid or Liverpool

BBC Sport looks at what the future could hold for Paris St-Germain's France star Kylian Mbappe and asks if the striker could join Real Madrid or Liverpool.
BBC News - Published

'Everton lucky but show grit in derby of chaos and controversy'

Everton relied on luck to earn a point against Liverpool, but displayed a new-found grit, says BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty.
BBC News - Published

EFL transfer deadline: Which players could move?

With the transfer window closing for the year at 17:00 BST on Friday, BBC Sport looks at a few EFL players who could be on the move.
BBC News - Published

Trophies, records & restoring Liverpool's pride - how Klopp has worked wonders

BBC Sport digs into the stunning stats underpinning Jurgen Klopp's remarkable half-decade at Anfield.
BBC News - Published

Jurgen Klopp's record-breaking five Liverpool years in numbers

BBC Sport digs into the stunning stats underpinning Jurgen Klopp's remarkable half-decade at Anfield.
BBC News - Published

'I cried with happiness' - Peaty on fatherhood, racing again and 'being an Avenger'

Britain's Olympic and world champion swimmer Adam Peaty tells BBC Sport all about fatherhood and his plans to compete in the pool again.
BBC News - Published

Jordan Henderson: From 'expensive flop' to Liverpool captain & Premier League champion

From once being considered an expensive flop, Jordan Henderson has become a key figure in Liverpool's midfield. BBC Sport takes a closer look at how he has done it.
BBC News - Published

Grassroots Sport: Clubs' investment in volunteers improves grass pitch quality

BBC Sport meets volunteers who trained themselves during lockdown to maintain grass pitches for their communities.
BBC News - Published

'Not many people turn Real down twice' - Wenger on loyalty, Ronaldo, Arteta & Ozil

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger answers BBC Sport questions on rejecting offers to leave the Gunners, VAR, Mikel Arteta and not signing Ronaldo.
BBC News - Published

Arsene Wenger Q&A: Arsenal, VAR, Mesut Ozil, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and more

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger answers BBC Sport questions on rejecting offers to leave the Gunners, VAR, Mikel Arteta and not signing Ronaldo.
BBC News - Published

Arsene Wenger in his own words: Job offers, rivals and his Arsenal legacy

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger talks to BBC Sport about job offers, past rivalries and his legacy at the Emirates.
BBC News - Published

LA Lakers win NBA Finals: 'LeBron's legacy & a fitting farewell to Kobe Bryant'

LeBron vs Jordan and a fitting farewell to Kobe Bryant - BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor on LA Lakers' NBA Finals win.
BBC News - Published

Nations League: How is the 2020-21 tournament shaping up at the halfway point?

With the 2020-21 Nations League tournament reaching the halfway point, BBC Sport assesses the state of the play for the home nations and Europe's big hitters.
BBC News - Published

'Wearing my rainbow mouthpiece was a reminder of what I'd overcome'

People from across the world of sport share their stories with BBC Sport as part of National Coming Out Day.
BBC News - Published

Sancho? Zaha? Rice? Who could move on transfer deadline day?

BBC Sport takes a look at which players could be on the move on the final day of the summer transfer window.
BBC News - Published

Toy Loch Ness Monster, anyone? The best and worst transfer announcement videos

Considering Ricardo Quaresma's dramatic arrival on a horse and a bafflingly bad animation involving a toy Loch Ness Monster, BBC Sport ranks the best and worst transfer announcement videos.
BBC News - Published

England v West Indies: What have both sides learnt from Twenty20 series?

After England's 4-0 series win over West Indies, BBC Sport looks at what Heather Knight's side have learned - and what comes next.
BBC News - Published

Black History Month: 'This story is the future'

Black History Month month on BBC Sport launches with the film Black History Matters, written and voiced by Deanna Rodger.
BBC News - Published

NBA Finals: Can the Miami Heat stop LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers?

As the Los Angeles Lakers prepare to meet the Miami Heat, BBC Sport takes a look at the storylines behind the Finals and speaks to those inside the NBA bubble at the Disney World Resort in Florida.
BBC News - Published


 Page 1  âŒª