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Leading European football clubs announce new Super League competition

Liverpool Football Club can confirm that we have joined Europe's leading clubs in agreeing to form a new competition, the European Super League. A joint statement released by all 12 founding clubs can be found below, with further information being made available in due course. We are committed to working...
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European Super League collapse explained: What's next? Real Madrid, Barcelona quiet; Premier League clubs out

European soccer was rocked by the biggest story in at least a generation on Sunday when 12 of Europe's biggest clubs announced plans to break away from the established soccer order and form a Super League. The plan was ultimately short-lived after the rogue breakaway group lost the backing of all six Premier League clubs on Tuesday followed by more clubs leaving the project Wednesday.
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European Super League: Chelsea, Liverpool fans protest breakaway plans ahead of Premier League matches

Premier League fans are making their voices heard this week in opposition to the proposed European Super League. On Monday, Liverpool and Leeds United supporters gathered outside Anfield and Elland Road to protest against the idea of a breakaway league after it was revealed on Sunday night that the current Premier League champions are one of 12 founding members.
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Man United, Juventus, Real Madrid confirm plans to participate in Super League

Twelve of Europe's top clubs announced on Sunday they were launching a breakaway Super League, headed by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez. AC Milan, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Internazionale, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur have all joined as founding clubs, the statements added.
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AS.com

European Super League news: summary 21 April 2021

European Super League: latest news: 21 and 22 April. It's been another busy day and so we've moved to a fresh daily live blog to keep track of everything across Thursday. Join us here and you'll not miss a thing in what continues to be an incredible, and ever-unfolding story...
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As it happened: European Super League threatens to shake up 'beautiful game'

Sunday's announcement that 12 'founding member' teams would be breaking away from current UEFA competitions shook European football to its core. The move was met with widespread condemnation from fans, politicians and leading figures in football. Here is a list of everything you need to know about an explosive 24...
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football.london

How the Champions League could look next season if UEFA bans European Super League clubs

European football next season could have a very different look to the one we have been used to for the past few decades. Leicester City and West Ham are currently in the Premier League's top four and have their eyes set on Champions League qualification for the 2021-22 season. However, with the creation of the new European Super League, the UEFA competitions could have a very different feel about them.
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Man City and Chelsea 'backed into a corner' over European Super League stance

Manchester City and Chelsea were ultimately 'backed into a corner' on Friday regarding the European Super League plans, according to emerging details on Sunday night. The two aforementioned clubs were among six Premier League sides to officially announce their involvement in a new Super League - funded by US-banking giant JP Morgan, and managed by top officials at the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus in chairman and vice-chair positions.
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Statement by UEFA, the English Football Association, the Premier League, the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), LaLiga, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) and Lega Serie A

UEFA, the English Football Association and the Premier League, the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and LaLiga, and the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) and Lega Serie A have learned that a few English, Spanish and Italian clubs may be planning to announce their creation of a closed, so-called Super League.
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12 of World’s Biggest Soccer Teams Form Breakaway European ‘Super League’

A group of 12 high-level European soccer teams announced plans Sunday to split off from the Champions League to create their own competition, called the Super League. The new league includes some of the biggest names in soccer, including Manchester United, Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid, and A.C. Milan. Six of the teams are British, three are Italian, and three are Spanish. This move has prompted backlash from some heads of state, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who tweeted “Plans for a European Super League would be very damaging,” and said he supports “football authorities in taking action.” In a statement, the “founding clubs” of the Super League announced that they expect to be joined by an additional three teams, which as of yet have not been named.
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