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Premier League football club Manchester City has signed up New Zealand-based payment platform Laybuy as its ‘Official Buy Now, Pay Later Partner’ in three markets.

The 2021 Hong Kong Marathon has been postponed. The race was due to take place on January 24

Indian retailer Future Group has pulled out of its sponsorship of the Indian Premier League. The company is suffering financial problems linked to Covid-19

Fifa has created a new international match window in 2022, from January 24 to February 1, to ease fixture congestion caused by the Covid-19 pandemic - Japan Today

Tennis Australia is keen on hosting the second edition of the ATP Cup next year in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney, and is in talks with the Association of Tennis Professionals about doing so

The Korean KBO basketball league yesterday increased the number of fans allowed into games from 10 per cent of stadium capacity to 25 per cent - Naver

Germany will not allow fans into football stadiums until at least the end of October - Reuters/CNA Portimao in Portugal will host the final race of the 2020 MotoGP season - Reuters/CNA

Fifa said there is "no reason" for the Swiss criminal investigation into president Gianni Infantino, and he will continue in his role as normal

The Chinese Formula One Grand Prix is to be cancelled this year, but is also set for a five-year extension to its hosting deal, from 2021 to 2025, according to reports by specialist motorsport journalists…

Football's Ballon d'Or award for the world's best player, run by French magazine France Football, will not take place this year due to Covid-19

The Chinese Basketball Association’s first chief executive officer Wang Dawei has left his post after just 14 months in the job citing “personal reasons”. The

The International Olympic Committee will meet today to discuss ways of pushing ahead with plans for a "frugal" Tokyo Games next year

The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon has been pushed back to 2022 due to Covid-19

In a positive sign for next year's Olympics, Japanese Olympic Committee chief Yasuhiro Yamashita has told his international counterparts that Tokyo is gradually resuming sporting activities - Kyodo News