By Andrew WarshawJanuary 20 - David Beckham says captaining Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics would be a "special" way of giving something back to his country after a distinguished career.
By David GoldJanuary 20 - Four goals from Christine Sinclair helped Canada to an easy 6-0 win over Haiti in the opening game of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) women's London 2012 Olympic football qualifiers at BC Place in Vancouver.
By David GoldJanuary 18 - The chief executive of the Scottish Football Association (SFA), Stewart Regan, has told players hoping to compete for Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics that they will face a backlash from fans.
By David GoldJanuary 17 - The United States women's team coach Pia Sundhage has arrived in Vancouver with a 20 woman squad for the 2012 Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Olympic women's qualifying tournament, which is due to start on Thursday (January 19) and last until January 26.
By David GoldJanuary 17 - David Beckham (pictured left) has confirmed his interest in representing Team GB at the London 2012 Olympic Games, as has his former teammate Manchester United player Ryan Giggs (right).
By David GoldJanuary 16 - The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) women's qualifying tournament for the London 2012 Games gets underway in Canada on Thursday (January 19), with eight teams vying for two places at this summer's Olympics.
By Andrew Warshaw in LondonJanuary 13 - FIFA's newest vice-president, Prince Ali bin Hussein of Jordan (pictured), has fiercely defended his controversial proposal to allow female Muslim footballers to wear the hijab during matches, claiming he has the support of many European experts.
By Andrew WarshawJanuary 11 - Lennart Johansson (pictured), the former UEFA chief humbled by Sepp Blatter for the Presidency of FIFA 14 years ago, has called for an independent investigation into allegations that Blatter promised to sell World Cup television rights in return for election backing.
By Andrew WarshawJanuary 9 - Homare Sawa (pictured left), captain of the Japanese football squad that claimed a thrilling Women's World Cup final victory over the favoured United States, has received her first Women's Player of the Year award at FIFA's glittering Ballon d'Or gala in Zurich tonight.
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