A UEFA-led proposal to change its clubs competitions in 2024 — abolishing traditional four-team groups and adding 100 Champions League games in a 36-team format — was being presented to more than 200 European Club Association members
Bundesliga chief executive Christian Seifert slams 'cash-burning' European clubs for chasing Super League
UEFA is pursuing an expanded 36-team format that gives more guaranteed games and revenue that elite clubs have demanded, while also retaining a path to qualifying for teams from all of Europe's top-tier leagues
When the transfer window closed on Monday, Real Madrid didn't sign for a second straight window while Barcelona's Ronald Koeman was told the club could not find even three million euros for a central defender
UEFA-recognised fan group slams proposed European Super League, calls it 'unpopular, illegitimate and dangerous scheme'
A statement from Football Supporters Europe (FSE) denounced “an unpopular, illegitimate and dangerous scheme in the eyes of the overwhelming majority of fans” and was signed by about 100 national and team groups
LaLiga chief Javier Tebas accuses FIFA president Gianni Infantino of supporting European Super League
Documents containing details of the Super League, first reported this month by British newspaper The Times, proposed a 20-club tournament with 15 permanent members.
European football clubs chief Andrea Agnelli warns of losses up to $10.3 billion due to coronavirus pandemic
The Deloitte Football Money League report showed combined revenue of the top 20 richest clubs in Europe in 2019/20 had dropped by $1.33 billion compared to the previous season
Games in all major European leagues will be played to the backdrop of silence at the start of 2021, the sterile environment devoid of the raucous atmospheres which players feed off.
Kroos feels if players had more say they "wouldn't be playing in the Nations League, nor a Spanish Super Cup in Saudi Arabia, nor a Club World Cup with 20 or more teams."
There is such widespread opposition to any Super League project that, in the words of one source, "it will create a civil war within football".
The idea was knocked on the head by European football boss Aleksander Ceferin the following February.
"These 'underground' projects only look good when drafted at a bar at five o'clock in the morning," said LaLiga president Javier Tebas.
Manchester City, PSG are 'playthings of a state' and should be excluded from European competitions, says LaLiga chief Javier Tebas
Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain should be excluded from European club competition and are nothing more than "playthings of a state", LaLiga's president Javier Tebas has said.
With spectre of European Super League looming, Champions League season has served satisfying morsels of colour and drama
This season's Champions League deserves to be cherished in the drawers of memory. But years later, when some of us will look back at the competition, we could be filled with a tinge of regret at how things used to be.
Ronaldo said, 'I personally don’t think there will be a European Super League. What they’ve managed to achieve with what the Champions League represents today is something that would take so much time to even get close to.'
Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar defends controversial European Super League plan, claims stability of clubs depends on competition
Edwin van der Sar has defended controversial plans to reform European competitions by claiming the stability of clubs depends on them playing more European matches.
European clubs demanded that UEFA 'properly include' them in any plans to change the Champions League, which could ensure top teams play more regularly.
Europa League 2: UEFA’s third club competition will only whet their appetite in bid to democratise continental football
UEFA’s club competitions certainly need to be reformed but that would mean changes far-reaching than mere alterations to the format.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin and Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of the European Club Association have said there will be no breakaway European Super League.
European Super League and the dissimilarities in similarities with Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket
Despite similarities in the need to initiate the European Super League and the World Cricket Series, the dissimilarities in impact are likely to make the the masses view the two breakaway tournaments in different lights
FIFA chief Gianni Infantino says players participating in breakaway Super League will be banned from World Cup
Gianni Infantino warned that any players taking part in a breakaway European super league would be excluded from the World Cup and other international tournaments.