Arizona to Resume Pro Sports Without Fans Arizona Governor Doug Ducey tweeted the announcement on Tuesday. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, via Twitter In a news conference on Tuesday, Ducey said MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL and MLS are all invited to play in Arizona. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, via news conference Prior to the announcement, MLB was reportedly considering a shortened season that would only include games in Arizona and Florida. On Monday, MLB owners reportedly approved a proposal for an 82-game season that would start in July, but the details have yet to be announced. Arizona's decision to resume pro sports comes amid additional reopenings in the state as its stay-at-home orders will be lifted on Friday, May 15.
The president of the Spanish league says the competition could restart as early as June 11 with the Seville derby between Sevilla and Real Betis
Borussia Dortmund has to beat Bayern Munich on Tuesday if anyone is to have a realistic chance of stopping the seven-time defending champion from claiming yet another Bundesliga title
Economic woes are taking a toll on China's professional football clubs, with 11 being disqualified for failing to pay wages and five closing shop on their own terms, including top-tier Chinese Super League side Tianjin Tianhai
A professional soccer team in South Korea has received a record fine after using sex dolls to fill stadium seats . Since the K-League resumed games in empty stadiums earlier this month, teams have been recreating the atmosphere with crowd noises and cardboard cutouts of people. FC Seoul went a different...
Fired NASCAR star Kyle Larson won the World of Outlaws race Saturday night in Pevley, Missouri, a day after finishing second behind brother-in-law Brad Sweet in the first Sprint Cup event with live fans in the dirt series’ return from a coronavirus pandemic suspension
Major League Soccer announced on Friday that its individual players can begin working out at outdoor training fields for individual purposes starting May 6.