Free Press Journal
  • Juventus crowned Serie A champions

    Turin : Juventus FC on Sunday became the first club in Italy to clinch six consecutive Serie A football title after defeating Crotone 3-0 here.

  • Real Madrid going Malaga to seal title

    Madrid : Real Madrid travel to Malaga on Sunday knowing that a point will make them La Liga champions for 2016-17, giving them their first Spanish football league title in five seasons.

  • Man United, Ajax set up final clash

    Manchester/Lyon : Two of continent’s historic football clubs, Manchester United and AFC Ajax laboured past Celta Vigo and Lyon, respectively, to set up the final of UEFA Europa League.

  • Kante voted Footballer of the Year

    London : Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante edged out his teammate Eden Hazard to be voted the Footballer of the Year by the Football Writers’ Association.

  • Villarreal test for Barcelona in La Liga

    Barcelona : Barcelona will face Villarreal on Saturday as the Catlans look to maintain their leadership in the La Liga football championship.

  • Messi’s ban reduced

    Zurich : World football’s governing body FIFA on Friday lifted its four match international suspension of Barcelona star Lionel Messi after an appeal by the Argentine Football Association.

  • Ajax clobber Lyon 4-1 in Europa League semi-final

    Amsterdam : Ajax took a big step in their quest for a first European title in 21 years, thrashing Olympique Lyon 4-1 in the first leg of their Europa League football semi-final here.

  • Celta Vigo face United in Europa League semis

    Madrid : Celta Vigo face one of the biggest nights in their history when they entertain Manchester United in the first leg of their Europa League football semifinal on Thursday.

  • In-form Malaga outplay Sevilla 4-2 in La Liga

    Malaga (Spain) : Malaga defeated regional rivals Sevilla 4-2 here as the visitors squandered a chance to pull level on points with Atletico Madrid for third place in La Liga.

  • Real hit Deportivo for six, Barca tame Osasuna

    Barcelona : Real Madrid again made light of the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo as they crushed Deportivo la Coruna 6-2 to maintain the upper hand in the La Liga title race.