Crowded Rejected, What Is the European Super League?

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Netizens lovers because the ball is crowded talking about the European Super League. The reason is the news that several giant European clubs have signed up as participants of the league. UEFA as the governing body of European football as well as other European football federations also issued a warning for teams joining the European Super League.

“As previously informed by FIFA and six European football federations. Teams participating in the league will be banned from appearing in domestic matches, European competitions, and their players will lose the opportunity to join the national team,” explained uefa’s official statement, as quoted by The Athletic.

So, What is the European Super League?

The European Super League is an exclusive competition among the giant European clubs. They will involve 20 clubs with 15 teams participating in the tetao and the other 5 teams will qualify each year.

The Premier League’s top six teams, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, are six of the 15 permanent teams. All participating teams will be divided into 2 groups of 10 teams each.

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During the quarter-finals and semi-finals, home and away matches are played, while in the final the matches will be held at neutral venues. The match offers a bigger prize than the Champions League– which is £310m. While the Champions League only awarded 100 million pounds. The league itself is supported by several bosses of giant Eripa clubs such as Andrea Agnelli(Juventus)and Florentino Perez (Real Madrid).

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The league is rejected because it is judged by a strong exclusivity competition can damage the competitive value of football matches. The FA, the Association of English football, even judged the European Super League could have an effect and contribute to the destruction of Englishfootball.

‘We’ll never allow a team to enter a competition that would ruin English football. The FA will continue to work closely with FIFA and the Premier League to ensure no teams participate,” explained the FA’s official statement.

The same comes from European Super League opponents such as Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

“We stick to the traditions of the UEFA league,” PSG said in a statement.

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