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According to Forbes, results of a recent Gallup poll show 'soccer' will soon be America's third favourite spectator sport.

A German researcher investigating the recently discovered crash site of a Second World War Allied bomber is attempting to trace living relatives of the only pilot to survive the incident - and believes they may be living in Romford.

A Harold Hill man has become the first person in the UK to be convicted of fraudulently selling defective parts from a recalled vehicle after making thousands of pounds selling faulty motorcycle brake cylinders online.

Rob Cross believes coming back to Alexandra Palace, Wood Green to begin the defence of his William Hill PDC World Darts Championship title tonight (Thursday), will bring the best out of himself.

When the fighting ended in November 1918, Havering's prisoners of war came home. As Prof Ged Martin reports, many had suffered a hard time

Prof Ged Martin explains that there was relief rather than rejoicing in Havering when the First World War ended

New York Knicks shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. is excited about returning to London to play in front of the British crowd when they play against Washington Wizards in the NBA London 2019 match.

Oliver Simmonds was ten when his father, the Reverend Frederick Simmonds, was appointed Romford's Congregational Church minister in 1908.

A historical novel detailing the lives of eight RAF pilots is being republished to mark the 100th anniversary of the RAF.

Everyone Active Raiders have announced the signing of Slovakian Filip Sedivy to replace fellow countryman Martin Jakubek who has left the club by mutual consent.

England's Laura Unsworth is looking forward to facing the Netherlands in their Vitality World Cup quarter-final at the Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre tonight (Thursday, 8.15pm).

Women have served in the Royal Air Force throughout its 100 year history though the fight for equal opportunities took almost as long.

And so, after two days without any World Cup action, the quarter-finals began.

Everyone Active Raiders have announced deals for imports Martin Jakubek and Juraj Huska for the 2018/19 National League South One season, writes Jacob Ranson.

With the group stage of the World Cup in the books, how much can you remember about the opening round of games?

Jordan Pickford helped England end their penalty shootout hoodoo and reach the World Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Colombia in Moscow.

It's coming home, they said. It very nearly wasn't.

Which one of these five players is England's greatest left-back of all time?

More World Cup action, more late drama as darkhorses Belgium come from two goals down to snatch an injury-time win over plucky Japan.

Who doesn't love a penalty shoot-out?

Read our World Cup blog over the coming weeks. Lane Dias reviews the first last-16 tie

Read our World Cup blog over the coming weeks. Lee Power previews the second round of matches

Brazil could have been the next casualty at the World Cup after Germany departed in the group stages of the competition earlier in the day.

Having beaten the World Cup holders Germany in their opening Group F fixture, Mexico were being tipped to go all the way.

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