Young Liverpool winger Harvey Elliott has been banned for 14 days from domestic club football for using offensive language in a social media video mocking Harry Kane.
Leyton Orient and Port Vale have been fined for failing to control their players during the 3-3 draw between the clubs last month, the Football Association has announced.
Bernardo Silva has been given more time to respond to a Football Association misconduct charge related to a tweet he sent about Manchester City team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
Leyton Orient and Port Vale have been charged with failing to control their players during Saturday’s 3-3 draw.
John Barnes has defended Bernardo Silva following accusations of racism against the Manchester City midfielder.
The Football Association has asked both Hartlepool and Dover for their observations after allegations of racial abuse were made during Saturday’s National League clash between the two clubs.
Stevenage say an internal inquiry has dismissed allegations that caretaker manager Mark Sampson used racially discriminatory language about a player.
Leeds’ teenage midfielder Jordan Stevens has been charged by the Football Association for breaching its betting rules.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Fernando Forestieri said he was “devastated and disappointed” after being handed a six-match ban by the Football Association’s independent regulatory commission for using racist language.
The Football Association has confirmed it is reviewing its minimum ban for cases involving discrimination but former England striker Les Ferdinand believes racism in the game will not be tackled without more diversity in leadership positions.
Troy Townsend believes Kick It Out’s latest report on the amount of racism and other types of discriminatory abuse in football is only the tip of the iceberg, particularly at the grassroots level.
Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been handed a two-week suspension from football and a £75,000 fine for breaching betting regulations, the Football Association has announced.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has admitted he feels “shame” over the recent incidents of racism in football.