UEFA Super Cup: Bayern Munich, Sevilla fans watch live football again as UEFA president defends decision to allow attendance
As a pilot project to allow fans to return, around 15,500 football fans watched the Super Cup in Budapest, which proved controversial since the German government classed the Hungarian capital a risk zone.
The change comes after several national team coaches called on UEFA to allow five substitutions in the Nations League, which started earlier this month with only three replacements permitted to come on during games.
UEFA Awards: Bayern Munich, Lyon stars dominate men's, women's POTY nominations after Champions League wins
The winners will be announced on 1 October, when UEFA hold the draw for this season's Champions League group stage at their headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
UEFA Super Cup: Bavarian state premier Markus Soeder worried event could lead to wave of COVID-19 infections
Budapest is playing host to the Super Cup on Thursday between Champions League winners Bayern Munich and European League holders Sevilla.
UEFA Nations League: Cristiano Ronaldo crosses 100 national goals in Portugal win, Belgium put five past Iceland
Ronaldo, capped 165 times by Portugal, is second only to Iran's Ali Daei, on 109, in the list of top men's international goal scorers.
Williams' first goal in professional football made it four successive wins in all competitions for Wales.
Nations League: UEFA keen on Scotland's fixture against Czech Republic going ahead despite COVID-19 cases
After beating Slovakia 3-1 on Friday, the Czech football association said the squad would be released back to their clubs.
UEFA Nations League: International football returns after lengthy absence with Germany vs Spain clash
Six rounds of Nations League matches will take place in total between September and November, with the top four nations coming together for the finals.
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter questioned by Swiss investigators over $2 million payment to Michel Platini
Blatter was quizzed about suspected criminal mismanagement at FIFA one day after Platini spent about three hours at the offices of Switzerland’s federal prosecutors.
Champions League: Slovan Bratislava fight UEFA at CAS over qualifier forfeit under new pandemic rules
The Court of Arbitration for Sport said it was asked by Slovan for an urgent ruling to postpone the 8:15 p.m. (1815 GMT) kickoff in Switzerland between Young Boys and KI Klaksvik.
UEFA to fill 30 percent stadium capacity with fans at UEFA Super Cup tie between Sevilla and Bayern Munich
The Super Cup is scheduled for 24 September and will become the first international match to be played before a crowd, the coronavirus pandemic having forced games behind closed doors.
UEFA to explore retaining single-leg knockout games for future Champions League, Europa League seasons
UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin said people inside and outside of football had contacted him to say they were “extremely excited” by the final eight format that abandoned the home-and-away two-legged quarter-finals and semi-finals.
Europa League qualifying match between Tre Penne and Gjilani postponed after player tests positive for COVID-19
It's fourth such incident in the early qualifying rounds for UEFA’s club competitions.
UEFA urges member nations to ask governments to exempt players from quarantine ahead of international games
UEFA is the only one of FIFA’s six continental governing bodies not to postpone national team games in early September.
FIFA postpones international matches for all confederations except UEFA in bid to reduce travel of athletes
FIFA said in a statement it was replacing the period scheduled from 31 August to 8 September with a new window from 24 January to 1 February next year "for all confederations except UEFA."
In a letter sent to FIFA's 211 members Infantino said there were no factual grounds for the opening of a criminal investigation.
Champions League: COVID-19 tests to locker room protocols, key questions ahead of quarterfinals answered
Because of the health risks, spectators will be absent from Champions League matches and players and officials would follow a strict protocol set down by UEFA to prevent infections.
Champions League: UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin to undergo testing before presenting trophy at final
Ceferin and general secretary Theodore Theodoridis will be tested two days before the finals of Europe's three club competitions this month so they can hand over the medals and trophies, UEFA said Monday.
Champions League: Atletico Madrid report two positive COVID-19 cases ahead of quarter-final against Leipzig
Atletico Madrid on Sunday reported two positive coronavirus tests, just four days before they face Leipzig in Portugal for a place in the Champions League semi-finals.
Wolves were one of three clubs sanctioned by UEFA for breaching financial fair play regulations and were fined up to $706,000