Manchester United and Bayern Munich pledge to remain committed to UEFA following the Super League decision

The future of European soccer has been thrown into the spotlight once again as the proposal for a new 64-team European club competition by Super League’s backers, A22 Sports, has caused division among some of the continent’s top clubs. This comes in the wake of a ruling by the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, which deemed UEFA’s attempts to ban the Super League to be illegal. As some of Europe’s biggest clubs, including Manchester United, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain, express their commitment to UEFA competitions, the potential landscape of European football hangs in the balance.

Manchester United, Manchester City, and Bayern Munich have all reaffirmed their commitment to playing in UEFA-run competitions, despite the proposal of a new 64-team European club competition by the backers of the Super League, A22 Sports. The European Court of Justice has ruled in favor of the Super League, stating that UEFA’s attempts to ban it were illegal. The proposal for a three-league, 64-club men’s competition and a two-league, 32-club women’s competition has been met with opposition from various clubs and organizations, including the Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A, players’ union FIFPRO, UEFA, FIFA, and the European Club Association. However, the top clubs remain dedicated to participating in UEFA competitions, with Manchester City, Bayern Munich, PSG, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid all voicing their support for the European Sports Model and working with recognized stakeholders of European football.

jamal hejaze

Hello, I'm Jamal Alhejazi, a dedicated sports writer with a passion for delivering compelling sports news. With a deep understanding of various sports disciplines, I bring a unique perspective and insightful analysis to my writing.
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