In Group B of the UEFA Champions League, Manchester United play their first home game in the group stages as they host Wolfsburg at Old Trafford.
The match is on September 30, 2015 at 2:45 PM ET.
Despite United being the more popular team, they see themselves without a point in the competition after one game, while Wolfsburg are level with PSV Eindhoven at the top of the cluster. more >>
In Group G of the UEFA Champions League, FC Porto host Chelsea at Estadio Do Dragao in the tournament's group stages.
The match is on September 29, 2015 at 2:45 PM ET.
Chelsea are currently the leaders in the group after their big win over Maccabi Tel Aviv, while FC Porto shared a point in a 2-2 draw against Dynamo Kyiv in their first match in the group stage. more >>
Both Arsenal FC and Olympiakos are looking for their first wins in the UEFA Champions League when they meet at the Emirates Stadium.
The Group F battle is on September 29, 2015 at 2:45 PM ET.
At the moment, both teams have not registered any points in the competition following losses in their first matches. more >>
Bayern Munich host Dinamo Zagreb at the Allianz Arena as the UEFA Champions League continues.
The battle will be on September 29, 2015 at 2:45 PM.
These two teams are currently unbeaten in the competition and share equal points atop Group F. The other teams with them are England's Arsenal FC and Greece's Olympiakos. more >>
Bayer Leverkusen try to remain atop Group E of the UEFA Champions League as they meet Barcelona at Camp Nou.
The group stage match will be on September 29, 2015 at 2:45 PM ET.
Group E is in its early stages and after the first matches for the teams, Bayer are atop with three points, Barcelona and AS Roma are two points behind and BATE are fourth with no points registered as of yet. more >>
When it comes to taking action to help Syrian refugees, 90-year-old Marion Courtney has got her head in the game — literally. The British woman shaved her head on Saturday to show support and raise funds for Christian Aid, a charity whose objective is to support those affected by war and violence in countries such as Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and South Sudan.
Courtney has already raised £610 or $924 on the London-based charitable giving site, Just Giving, as of Tuesday. Her page on the site reads: "Having seen the plight of the children and their families in Syria and remembering the exodus of the Jewish people from Germany, the troubles in Syria are the greatest that this generation has known."
She continues, "I just want to help by raising as much funds for the Christian Aid ACTS Alliance to help the refugees on the ground." more >>