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France beat American team stacked with professional stars in sign that rivals are catching up
Sunday’s loss to Italy brought back a familiar despair laced with memories of generations of family support
While the government equivocates, it has been left to Gareth Southgate to give a clear lead on racism
The team’s fortunes have long reflected the national mood. Will their embrace of a continental style end in victory?
Broader social effects will be felt whether footballers win or lose semi-final against Denmark
Southgate’s players are first in decades to have a positive experience of playing on international stage
The England football manager is in a powerful political position, and he knows it
Black footballer’s goals have taken England to Euro 2020 quarter final and elevated players’ campaign against racism
As team prepares to face Denmark on Saturday nation unites behind ‘massive underdogs’
Real Madrid star proves a tailor-made target for extremists in evolving culture war
But Gareth Southgate’s Euros squad will have to beat some of the best national teams in the world if they are to succeed
Ex-Croatian midfielder on the kick that prefigured Yugoslavia’s break-up, taking on the Super League — and why England shouldn’t play three at the back
The sport’s birthplace has much to learn from the approach of its former colony
Chancellor also confirms nearly £3m to fund UK and Ireland bid for 2030 men’s football World Cup
French coach who took Liverpool FC to a historic treble win in 2001
Other sports are changing because of harm to players
One of the world’s most talented young players tells Simon Kuper about his first season in Spain and what makes Messi special
Exclusion imposed after drugs body uncovers huge state-sponsored doping programme
The contest between Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola is one of personal leadership v sporting philosophy
Division over contentious nationalist singer’s role in celebrations
‘Living alone and in a family are both unsatisfactory, so the trick is to mix them up’
Expenditure peaked after crucial victories or when teams were knocked out
US English-language viewer numbers down by one-third from 2014 final
France were the best team in a World Cup that was big on goals and low on red cards
Collective outpouring echoes ’98, and will probably last as long