Category: Sports Law

Bedene gives up fight to play for Team GB

A tennis player who has been involved in a long running battle to become eligible to represent Great Britain has confirmed he will switch allegiance back to Slovenia.

West Ham locked in stadium dispute with their landlord

One of Britain’s best-known football clubs have found themselves embroiled in a legal battle over proposals to fit more supporters inside their home ground.

England boss sacked after safeguarding concerns emerge

The manager of the England women’s football team has lost his job following fresh allegations of inappropriate conduct.

Player wins legal battle over wages

A football club has been instructed to pay more than £7,000 in unpaid wages after a player’s contract was dubbed “a sham” by a Tribunal.

Defender Banned From The Game Over Debt

Football’s world governing body recently handed a player a one-year ban over a debt to his former agent.

Supreme Court rules in favour of HMRC in Rangers’ “big tax case”

The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in its tax dispute with Scottish Premiership side Rangers.

Legal battle engulfs football club

The owners of Blackpool FC have faced allegations that they used the club as their “personal cash machine.”

Ex-Rangers owner found not guilty of fraud

The former owner of one of the UK’s best-known football clubs has been acquitted of fraud.

Legal Action After Controversial Rangers “Resignations”

A legal battle between football manager Mark Warburton and his old club Rangers is set to continue.

Leicester City FC To Challenge Legality Of FFP Rules

Premier League champions Leicester City Football Club (LCFC) remain locked in a legal battle with the Football League, insisting that they will be prepared to fight their case all the way.