The record breaking USA team at the Women's World Cup
The United States recorded the biggest ever victory in the Fifa Women's World Cup as they thrashed Thailand 13-0. We are in France with our reporters Sarah Mulkerrins and Maz Farookhi to reflect on the opening week of the tournament. The former US striker Tiffeny Milbrett also joined us to assess USA's chances of defending their World Cup title.
We also meet the French football freestylers whose moves are inspired by hip-hop, breakdance and the 'legendary' Brazilian, Ronaldhino.
The Le Mans 24 hour race draws drivers from across the globe and this year, more drivers are entered than ever before...So what does it take to win such a gruelling race? Well who better to explain than three times winner Andre Lotterer.
Triple Olympic champion Peter Snell tells how the competitive bug never fades even aged 80 as he competes in table tennis at the National Senior Games!
With India taking on Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup on Sunday, we'll speak to two fans who's friendship formed through the game despite supporting rival teams.
Plus Sporting Witness travels back to the 2011 Women's World Cup and Japan's shock success.
The Women's World Cup has arrived
With the Women’s World Cup underway in France, Shari Vahl is joined by the BBC's Sarah Mulkerrins and Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff, sports writer, historian and author as we look at what will make this a successful tournament. Plus we hear from Spanish defender Celia Jiménez Delgado who has big ambitions away from football, she aims to become an aerospace engineer when she retires. We also spend time with Banyana Banyana, the South African's national team.
Plus we meet the Toronto Raptors biggest fan, and no it's not Drake. Plus former Boston Bruin Nathan Dempsey on the Stanley Cup
Photo: Celia Jimenez of Spain and Emma Koivisto of Finland compete for the ball (Getty Images)
Champions League Final
We're live in Madrid previewing the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur and profiling both managers.
Mauricio Pochotino's first appointment to management came in 2008 as assistant to Espanyol's women's team... Former Spanish international Adriana tells us what he was like in the early days of his coaching career
Before his playing days were over Jürgen Klopp was eyeing already up management by completing a degree in sports science at the University of Frankfurt. Professor Klaus Bös who taught Klopp remembers him well
Plus, the Men's Cricket World Cup got underway this week and although the chances of Sri Lanka making the final at Lords are low, one way or another former Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara will be there! That's because he's the newly appointed president of the MCC, the historic club that runs the famous old ground
Photo: Champions League Trophy Credit Getty Images
The Refugee Footballer: How football saved my life
On Sportshour with Shari Vahl we hear from football player and refugee, Hakeem al-Araibi whose detention in Thailand sparked an outcry. He has since been freed from jail after Bahrain withdrew its extradition request. He was detained in Bangkok in November on an Interpol notice requested by Bahrain. Al-Araibi denies all charges and speaks to us about his time in prison.
Also this week Kathryn Webb and Whitney Jenkins join us to discuss a new sport designed by robots. Speedgate has been developed by a computer and we hear how it was designed and the other rogue (and sometimes dangerous) ideas which were put forward.
The domestic football season in Scotland comes to an end with Celtic looking to complete an historic trebble-trebble. But seven places below Celtic in the table is Motherwell. It is the only fan owned team in the Scottish top flight and are the focus of a new documentary called "We Own the Future". We speak live to the director and producer of that film, Jon Newell.
This week the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year was announced and Lyon striker Ada Hegerberg won the award for the second time. Hear how she reacted when she was surprised by Sarah Mulkerrins.
Photo: Supporters receive footballer Hakeem al-Araibi upon his arrival at the airport in Melbourne (Getty Images)
The FA Cup final family
The 138th FA Cup final is taking place and Manchester City are playing Watford FC.
Watford are the underdogs and have also for many years prided themselves on being at the forefront of a family friendly football experience. We hear from the Schaffers who are three generations of the same family and are going to Wembley to cheer them on.
Les Taylor also joins Caroline Barker to preview the game, he was Watford's captain 35 years ago when the club last played in a FA cup final back in 1984.
The BBC's Olympic reporter, Nick Hope has been to meet Pita Taufatofua, who was the man who made quite an impact in the Olympic Games in Rio. He was the guy who was shirtless and smothered in coconut oil proudly waving the Tongan flag at the Opening Ceremony. He is hoping to go to his third consecutive Olympic Games and compete in a third sport.
Photo: Joseph and his dad Gareth Schaffer (Credit: Gareth Schaffer)