Barcelona forward Lionel Messi threw his weight behind a U.K. soccer campaign against racism and other online abuse.
Arsenal fans protested during the club's Friday match after the attempted Super League fell apart earlier this week.
Rebekah Vardy is seeking damages for libel against Coleen Rooney at the High Court in London.
Aurier's younger brother was shot dead on Sunday night outside a night club in Toulouse, in the south of France.
The movement has been criticized over its comments on "defending the police" and criticizm of Israel.
Minutes after English Premier League players and staff kneeled in support of the Black Lives Matter movement before a match on Monday, a small airplane flew overhead while carrying a "white lives matter" banner.
After more than a three-month break following a nationwide lockdown to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League returns to action.
More so than in other sports, football crowds can directly influence the outcome of plays, chiefly by derailing the road team quarterback's snap count.
From Roger Federer to NBA and MLB athletes, to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, a host of stars have donated to the fight against the pandemic.
All games in the four professional tiers of English soccer have been called off until April 3 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
On Wednesday, a lower level English soccer club, Corby Town FC, went viral after they published a tweet mocking a member of the professional football club, Manchester United.
Liverpool paid $9.8 million for the 24-year-old, who becomes the first Japanese player for the club.
Arsenal takes on Spurs in the first North London derby of the season with both teams looking to bounce back from defeats suffered last week.
Liverpool travels to Burnley on Saturday hoping to maintain its perfect Premier League record.
Manchester City looks for a first home win of the season in the Premier League when it takes on Brighton on Saturday.
Having secured his first win as Chelsea manager last week, Frank Lampard looks to pick up three points at Stamford Bridge for the first time on Saturday.
After suffering a first defeat of the season last weekend, Manchester United travels to Southampton looking to get back to winning ways.
Manchester City looks to get back to winning ways after being denied a last-minute winner against Tottenham by VAR.
Mauricio Pochettino's men look for a second home win of the season on Sunday and could deepen Newcastle's woes.
Manchester United will be looking for a second consecutive home win when it takes on Crystal Palace this Saturday.
The two Premier League leaders meet at Anfield as Liverpool host Arsenal with both sides looking to extend their perfect record.
Chelsea travels to Norwich in the early game on Saturday looking for a first Premier League win under Frank Lampard.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team travels to Wolverhampton looking to make it back-to-back wins in the first two games of the season.
Chelsea hosts Leicester City looking to bounce back from the opening day drubbing against Manchester United.
The Premier League champions host Tottenham on Saturday afternoon hoping to make it two wins in two.
Liverpool travels to Southampton looking to make it two wins in two Premier League games after thrashing Norwich City last time out.
Arsenal hosts Burnley on Saturday, looking to win the opening two fixtures of a Premier League games for the first time since 2009.
Liverpool takes on Chelsea on Wednesday as Istanbul hosts the first All-English European Super Cup Final.
After a difficult summer, Manchester United and Chelsea kick off their Premier League campaigns at Old Trafford on Sunday.
After spending big in the summer, Arsenal kicks off its Premier League campaign against Newcastle on Sunday.