A player for Belfast football club Linfield has been diagnosed with coronavirus and in self-isolation.
The club confirmed the diagnosis in a statement on their website this evening, saying:
"Linfield FC can confirm that one of our players has tested positive for coronavirus.
"This club is taking advice from the relevant authorities and will provide an update when we have further details."
The news is the latest in a series of developments today regarding the infection.
The latest details can be found below:
Football: Linfield confirm that one of their players is self-isolating following contact with coronavirus carrier.
Football: Republic of Ireland's Euro 2020 play-off against Slovakia on will be played behind closed doors.
Football: The Spanish players union has called for all games in the country to be postponed.
Football: PSG ultras pledge to defy coronavirus ban.
Football: Nottingham Forest and Olympiakos owner Evangelos Marinakis has coronavirus.
Football: Wolves reportedly ask that Olympiakos Europa League tie be postponed, after Marinakis' diagnosis.
Football: Pep Guardiola would rather games were suspended than played behind closed doors.
Racing: First horse racing meeting cancelled due to coronavirus.
Football: Manchester United's Europa League first leg last-16 at Austrian side LASK to be played behind closed doors on Thursday 12 March.
Euro 2020: UEFA are taking coronavirus seriously but confident that Euros will go ahead.
Football: Liverpool ban mascots from Anfield pitch amid coronavirus fears.
Football: Barcelona's Champions League game against Napoli on 18 March will be played behind closed doors at the Nou Camp.
Football: Borussia Monchengladbach's Bundesliga game against Cologne on Wednesday to be played behind closed doors.
GAA: Donegal GAA confirm that the Donegal v Tyrone in the Allianz League is due to go ahead as planned.