European Super League
Proposed annual football club competition
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The European Super League (ESL), officially The Super League, is a proposed annual club football competition that would be contested by twenty European football clubs, although only twelve clubs joined it. It is organised by the European Super League Company, S.L., a commercial enterprise created to rival the UEFA Champions League, Europe's premier club football tournament organised by UEFA.
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UEFA drops case against three clubs over European Super LeagueUEFA has dropped its legal case against three clubs who remain committed to the European Super League.
European Super League: Uefa halts disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona, Juventus & Real MadridUefa has halted its disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid over their involvement in the proposed European Super League.
European Super League: Teams involved were 'fabulists and failures' says PSG chairman12 clubs involved in the failed European Super Leagues are told their plans were the stuff of "fabulists and failures" by PSG chairman Nasser al-Khelaifi.
Messi, Grealish, Lukaku, Sancho: Has Covid created a 'European Super League' of big spenders?After a transfer window of big-money moves involving the wealthiest clubs, BBC Sport asks: Has the pandemic widened the financial gap between those at the top and the rest?
European Super League: Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus 'will continue with plans'Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus say they will carry on with European Super League plans, after a court ruling about potential Uefa punishment.
European Super League: Six English clubs set be fined £20m by Premier LeagueThe six Premier League clubs involved in plans for a breakaway European Super League are set to be fined over £20m between them.
Super League six face £25m fines if ESL debacle repeatedThe six English football clubs which secretly agreed to play in a European Super League (ESL) are to pay a combined £22m penalty but face a much higher bill if such a breakaway is attempted in future,..
Super League six count £20m cost of Premier League 'fines'The six English clubs which secretly agreed to play in a European Super League (ESL) will pay just over £20m to draw a line under their ensuing row with the Premier League.
Uefa opens proceedings against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid over European Super League planUefa opens disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid over their involvement in the proposed European Super League.
Leeds United: American investors want fans' trust after US-owned rivals' ESL involvementVice chairman Paraag Marathe urges fans to trust Leeds' American investors, after US-owned rivals played a part in the European Super League saga.
Man Utd manager says club owners apologised to him over Super League plansManager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has received a personal apology from Manchester United's owners over the controversial plans to set up a breakaway European Super League.
Man United owner refuses to apologise over Super League, as Sky News confronts him in FloridaA member of the American family that owns Manchester United has refused to apologise to fans over the disastrous attempt to form a breakaway European Super League.
European Super League: Premier League brings in new owners' rule to stop repeatThe Premier League is to bring in a new owners' charter to stop future attempts to form a breakaway Super League.
Manchester United protests: Emotions have been simmering for 16 yearsProtests at Manchester United's Old Trafford ground came just weeks after European Super League plans were thwarted - but emotions have been simmering for 16 years, writes Simon Stone.
European Super League: There must be consequences for 'big six' - Richard ScudamoreThere must be consequences for the six English clubs who tried to join the ill-fated European Super League, says former Premier League chief Richard Scudamore.
Top executives involved in European Super League plans step down from Premier League rolesThe fallout from the failed European Super League has continued, with five senior officials from the six English clubs involved stepping down from their advisory roles within the Premier League.