After Super League plans UEFA ends legal dispute with Real Barca and Juve

UEFA will not continue to pursue the ongoing court proceedings against Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus Turin. Real Madrid and Goal reported in advance. The three clubs were the remaining members of the fast failed Super League foundation in April 2021.

The UEFA now informed the court in Madrid. It was concluded at the association after incoming examination that the continuation of the ongoing procedures is currently not in the interest of UEFA or its member associations.

But you will continue to do everything necessary to stop the Super League or any other form of a renegade league – including all attempts to rummen the ESL plans. If this happens, you will again take judicial procedures.

Despite the procedural stop, UEFA will continue to hold on to its position on the topic. The other nine clubs, which had signaled their intention to cleavage, contacts to communicate that UEFA will no payments in connection with their participation in the Super League s plans at the present time will demand.

The Spanish court had set the UEFA an ultimatum of five days to take back the sanction threats against the founding members. Otherwise, larger legal disputes would have been threatened.

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Twelve European top clubs had published their plans for the founding of a Super League during the night of April 19th. German clubs were not below. With great public pressure, nine founding members moved away from this idea.

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