Zlatan Ibrahimovic faces UEFA probe over gambling links
27 April 2021 | 10:00 am
The 39-year-old AC Milan star is being investigated over allegations that he has financial interests in a Maltese betting firm. The Swedish striker could face a ban if found guilty.
Ronaldo believes no one can criticise him after his UEFA Champions League final man of the match performance
4 Jun 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo believes no one can criticise him after his UEFA Champions League final man of the match performance against Juventus, saying "the numbers don't lie".
4 Jun 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo appreciates winning his fourth UEFA Champions League title just as much as his first.
3 Nov 2017
Marseille's Evra charged with violent conduct: UEFA
21 Aug 2018
Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Mohamed Salah have been short-listed for the UEFA Player of the Year award, the sport's European governing body said on Monday.
31 Aug 2018
Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder Luka Modric was voted Player of the Year for last season by European soccer body UEFA on Thursday (August 30), ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah with Lionel Messi fifth.
27 Sep 2018
UEFA has confirmed the use of video assistant referees (VARs) in the Champions League from next season and plans to use them at Euro 2020, European soccer's ruling body said on Thursday
8 Feb 2019
Slovenian Aleksander Ceferin was re-elected unopposed on Thursday as president of European soccer's ruling body UEFA, urging mutual respect between his organisation and world soccer's governing body FIFA.
6 Jun 2019
Fans with Champions League final tickets were stranded when their tickets were stolen outside the stadium. Organizers UEFA were no help, with a lack of stewards and 'aggressive' policing contributing to chaotic scenes.
18 Jun 2019
Michel Platini, the former head of European football association UEFA, was detained and questioned by French police on Tuesday over the awarding of the World Cup to Qatar, a French judicial source confirmed to Reuters.
19 Jun 2019
Michel Platini has been released from custody after being questioned over the awarding of the 2022 FIFA World Cup to Qatar. The ex-UEFA president was one of the members who voted for the decision.
30 Nov 2019
Russian President Vladimir Putin told the UEFA president that his country would do its best to organise the Euro 2020 football tournament as Moscow risks a possible four-year doping ban.
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