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This section contains information collated at League table level. It contains information and statistics on current and past league positions, fouls, corners, goals, shots and yellow and red cards. The dashboard contains a summary of statistics for the entire League.

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Remember all tables can be sorted by individual columns by just clicking on them. Click on team names for their profile.

For Fouls/Corners/Goals - the initial sort is done on the Profile.

Shots are initially sorted on Shots[F]. Target% means % of shots that are on target. Goal% means %shots of target that have led to goals.

Cards are initially sorted on Yellow [F].

[F] is For and [A] means Against.


Football Howlers

It took a lot of bottle for Tony to own up.- Ian Wright, on the Arsenal captain's confession to alcoholism

BBC Football News

My best position is striker - Barkley

Everton's Ross Barkley says he is best played as a striker, despite most of his career being as an attacking midfielder.

Uefa charges for Russia & Montenegro

Uefa charges the football associations of Montenegro and Russia following the abandonment of Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier.

Newcastle reveal record £19m profit

Newcastle announce a record annual profit of £18.7m for 2013-14, the fourth consecutive year they have made money.

O'Neill gets best from me - Lafferty

Northern Ireland's two-goal hero Kyle Lafferty believes Michael O'Neill is the best manager he has played under.

Fletcher happy to repay faith in him

Scotland's Steven Fletcher says his hat-trick against Gibraltar helps to repay Gordon Strachan's faith in sticking with him.

Wales have long way to go - Gunter

Full-back Chris Gunter warns Wales must remain focused after their stunning 3-0 away win against Israel.

Long insists Republic still on track

Shane Long says his equaliser against Poland keeps the Republic of Ireland on track for the Euro 2016 finals.

England U21 v Germany U21

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Under-21 Friendly game between England U21 and Germany U21.

Burton Albion v Stevenage

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's League Two game between Burton Albion and Stevenage.

Man City's Bardsley charged by FA

England and Manchester City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley is charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.

Notts County in talks with Moniz

Notts County are in talks with ex-Tottenham coach Ricardo Moniz about becoming their boss, reports BBC Radio Nottingham.

Gibraltar boss happy despite loss

Gibraltar's Scottish coach David Wilson says his team's first competitive goal made up for their 6-1 Hampden defeat.

Manager Wilkin sacked by Wrexham

Wrexham sack manager Kevin Wilkin a day after they lose in the FA Trophy final to part-timers North Ferriby United.

England no fun to play, says Rooney

Captain Wayne Rooney says England are a tougher side to play against since their early exit at the World Cup finals.

Women's Footballer of the Year

Football fans are being given the chance to vote for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2015 from a five-player shortlist.

VIDEO: Republic point could be crucial - Long

Shane Long believes his late equaliser against Poland could be vital in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.

VIDEO: Lafferty delighted after NI victory

Goal-scoring hero Kyle Lafferty says "heart and determination" are playing a major part in Northern Ireland's blossoming Euro 2016 qualification campaign.

VIDEO: NI 'another step closer' - O'Neill

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill says his side are another step closer to qualifying for the Euro 2016 finals after beating Finland 2-1 at Windsor Park.

VIDEO: Bale 'did not need to answer critics'

Opening scorer Aaron Ramsey explains why Wales' win in Israel was emotional, and two-goal Gareth Bale says he didn't need to answer his critics.

VIDEO: Italy defenders a test for Kane - Neville

BBC Sport pundit Phil Neville and former Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert discuss Harry Kane's bright future ahead of England's friendly against Italy on Tuesday.

VIDEO: BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year

BBC Sport is to recognise the best female talent with a new BBC Women's Footballer of the Year award.

VIDEO: Frampton swaps fists for football

World Champion boxer Carl Frampton meets Northern Ireland's Chris Brunt and Michael O'Neill ahead of Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Finland.

VIDEO: How can Qatar become competitive?

Since winning the right to hold the World Cup in 2022 Qatar have been working to be able to field a competitive team as BBC Sport's Alex South explains.

Eight out of eight - Brazil reborn?

A hot streak of form, plenty of new faces and an old head back in charge - Tim Vickery on the rebuilding of Brazil.

Can all five nations reach Euros?

All four UK teams & the Republic of Ireland have never qualified for the same European Championship. Could that be closer?

Empty grounds & bus depots in Brazil

The 2014 World Cup was the most profitable in Fifa's history, but for the host nation the legacy is expensive stadiums left vacant.

Bale-inspired Wales look the real deal

Tactically astute, brilliant from Bale - why Wales' win in Israel is one of their best results of recent times.

Twelve hours for six minutes

James Durham was among 342 Southend fans to make the trip to Bury - for a game abandoned after only six minutes.

Wambach desperate for World Cup win

Abby Wambach says she would swap all her individual accolades to win a World Cup with the USA in Canada this summer.

Manager ins and outs - March 2015

Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.

Women's Super League on the BBC

The BBC has extensive coverage of the 2015 Women's Super League across all platforms, including TV, radio and online.

New deal for Fowler at Palmerston

Manager James Fowler signs a contract extension at Queen of the South, keeping him on until the end of next season.

Wales will not switch qualifiers

Wales will play their remaining home Euro 2016 qualifiers at the Cardiff City Stadium, and not switch to the Millennium Stadium.

Danske extend Irish Premiership deal

Danske Bank will remain as sponsors of the Irish Premiership for another season after a agreeing an extension of its deal with the NI Football League.

'Few second chances for black bosses'

Former England and Liverpool forward John Barnes says black managers struggle to find a new job after being sacked by a club.