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26 Oct
Three football clubs pushing for a European Super League are reportedly considering legal action. The clubs — which had hoped to stop other teams being promoted or relegated — accuse soccer chiefs of seeking a monopoly.
29 Sep
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27 Sep
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24 Sep
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23 Sep
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10 Jul
The hometown concert Ed Sheeran staged to celebrate the start of the UEFA Euro 2020 soccer tournament has shattered two TikTok records.
29 Jun
On the eve of the highly anticipated clash between England and Germany, several lawmakers have spoken out in criticism of both the UK government and UEFA over the number of fans allowed to attend Euro 2020 matches.
24 May
The new competition will be played on Thursday nights, alongside the UEFA Europa League, and aims to give more teams the chance of winning European honours
10 May
The three clubs say they have received "unacceptable" threats from UEFA and FIFA since the project collapsed just two days after it was announced last month.
27 Apr
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.
24 Apr
What next for UEFA, fans, and clubs after ESL 'failure'? | The Nutmeg
17 Jun 2020
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