Eurovision tickets sold in 36 minutes

Tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest live final sold out in 36 minutes, after some fans were faced with error messages and holding screens.

Nine shows in total were available for fans to watch at Liverpool's arena, ranging from semi-final dress rehearsals, all the way through to the live grand final on 13 May. However, those trying to bag one were met with issues.

Victor Vernicos becomes Greece’s youngest-ever Eurovision contestant

Greece on Monday announced that it will be competing in this year's Eurovision contest with Victor Vernicos and his original song, "What They Say."

At the age of 16, local Instagram sensation Vernicos is the youngest-ever contestant to represent Greece at the popular singing competition.

UK ambulance workers strike again as unions call for talks

Thousands of ambulance workers held another strike across England and Wales yesterday, in escalating industrial action as unions called the government to hold talks on improving pay and conditions.

Ambulance workers began strike action on December 21 last year and further dates are planned for February.

Real Madrid, Juventus and Barca not giving up on controversial Super League

The main advocates of the Super League are not giving up.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, defended the project on Oct. 2, and was followed by his Juventus counterpart Andrea Agnelli and then Barcelona chief Joan Laporta. A court decision in 2023 will be crucial in determining the project's future.

Liverpool clash threatens more misery for Man Utd

Rooted to the bottom of the Premier League for the first time in 30 years, Manchester United's disastrous start to the season on and off the field could still get worse when it faces Liverpool on Aug. 22.

Always one of the biggest clashes in the English football calendar, Liverpool's visit to Old Trafford has taken on even more importance after a difficult few weeks for both clubs.