UEFA bans Russian national soccer teams, clubs from European competitions
03 May 2022 | 8:37 am
UEFA has banned Russia from the Women's European Championship in July and from participating in qualifying for next year's World Cup following the country's invasion of Ukraine, European soccer's governing body said on Monday.
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