The UEFA Champions League group stage was back in action this week and Barcelona, Arsenal, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Dynamo, Gent and Zenit St. Petersburg won their matches on Tuesday.
The English Premier League table has Leicester City leading Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal on the EPL table after the results on Saturday.
Novak Djokovic won over Roger Federer to take the ATP World Finals on Sunday, winning the championship match 6-3, 6-4.
Barcelona won over Real Madrid 4-0 on Saturday in the latest El Clasico matchup from Santiago Bernabéu, pushing the club lead on the La Liga table to six points.
The January transfer window is not far off for the Premier League and both Liverpool and Manchester United are reportedly interested in Schalke midfielder Leroy Sane.
Montreal Impact forward Didier Drogba could have the chance to return to Chelsea during the MLS offseason, but if Drogba does return, it likely will not be to play for Jose Mourinho.
The Germany-Netherlands international friendly soccer match was cancelled on Tuesday after a bomb threat at the HDI Arena stadium in Hannover.
UFC 193 saw a major upset in Australia over the weekend, as Holly Holm defeated Ronda Rousey with a knockout kick to win the women's bantamweight title.
Three people were reportedly killed after a bombing occurred near the Stade de France during the France-Germany friendly match on Friday.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter is in the hospital following a "body breakdown" and he will remain hospitalized until next week in Switzerland, according to his lawyer Richard Cullen.
England and France played an international friendly on Tuesday night at Wembley Stadium and the match started with a tribute to victims of the recent Paris attacks.Read full story
The United States played to a scoreless draw with Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night in 2018 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying following a win over St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Read full story
FIFA President Sepp Blatter was suspended by the ethics committee of the organization. Blatter is appealing. Read full story
FIFA has reportedly set dates for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, as the soccer governing body has scheduled the tournament to last from November 21 to December 18, which will be the date of the final match. Read full story