UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is negotiating with clubs such as Real Madrid in a bid to establish a revamped version of the Champions League.
Medina Cantalejo was a fine referee in his day and replaces another solid match official, Velasco Carballo as head of the Spanish referee board.
Alfredo Relaño reacts to this week's Champions League action, which served to underline the Premier League's growing dominance of the European game.
The first round of the Luis Rubiales reformatted Copa del Rey is the polar opposite of what the Superliga breakaways clubs aspire to in the game.
Alfredo Relaño on Real Madrid and Barcelona's opposition to LaLiga's CVC deal, and the difference between their presidents' stances on that and the Super League.
AS editor-in-chief Vicente Jiménez reacts to Lionel Messi's departure from Barcelona and his seemingly imminent move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Games being decided on penalty shoot-outs became a significant feature of the recently finished Euro 2020 tournament.
Alfredo Relaño gives his assessment of the Spanish national team following their exit from Euro 2020.
Alfredo Relaño’s analysis of a match in which Zidane’s side easily beat a tame Valencia side who offered little. Benzema and Kroos grabbed the goals.
Alfredo Relaño bemoans match officials' failure to implement the VAR system only to avoid major miscarriages of justices.
I have to admit being a fan of this 'Rubiales format' Supercopa and I like it being staged in Andalucía during the winter...
There was a major Copa del Rey upset in Cornellà as Atleti were dumped out of the competition by the 2B side.
AS editor Vicente Jiménez on the return of LaLiga, three months after its suspension as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
People often ask me about Casillas' run for presidency of Spain's football federation and I tell them it is in hibernation due to coronavirus. It could stay that way...
The return of the Bundesliag this weekend is good news for all concerned, writes Alfredo Relaño, and the Revierderby is a fine place to start.
The first round of Covid-19 testing has taken place among first and second division players with just five positive cases being detected along with three members of backroom staff.