Superliga? Nein danke!

  • 5/6 englische Vereine, 3 spanische und 3 italienische werden voraussichtlich heute Abend die Schaffung einer europäischen Superliga bekannt geben. Kein Französischer , kein Deutscher Verein. UEFA-Krisenstab einberufen



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  • Die 12 Vereine, die ihre Zustimmung zur europäischen SuperLeague gegeben haben und diese offiziell machen sollten:


    Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham


    FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid


    Inter Mailand, AC Mailand und Juventus #RMCsport

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  • Das einzig neue ist das Len Blavatnik jetzt seine Intentionen deutlich gemacht hat.

    Blavatnik ist ein guter Freund von Tenenbaum, dem Vertrauten von Abramovich.

    Beide sind sehr eng mit JPM die ja offensichtlich die Superleague vor und durchfinanzieren wollen. FSG Kroenke und Glazers sind natürlich auch sofort dabei.


    Trotzdem ist dies nichts anderes als eine Drohkulisse um morgen das Uefa Exekutivkommittee dazu zu bewegen über die Marketingtochter die CL zukünftig gemeinsam zu vermarkten und noch mehr auszuschütten wie die ECA es Freitag beschlossen hatte

  • Das bzweifel ich das wir da nicht mitmachen würden/müssen wenn so gut wie jeder Topclub dabei wäre. Außerdem wird das wenn es soweit ist nicht die nationalen Ligen ersetzen sondern die Champions league denke ich und hoffe ich. Kann sich wirklich jemand vorstellen das die Topclubs sich von ihren Ligen entfernen, viele Fans machen das sicher nicht mit

    Für immer und alle Zeiten Fc Bayern

  • Es gab ja schon eine FIFA Erklärung dazu im Januar:

    Statement by FIFA and the Six Confederations

    Thursday 21 January 2021


    In light of recent media speculation about the creation of a closed European “Super League” by some European clubs, FIFA and the six confederations (AFC, CAF, Concacaf, CONMEBOL, OFC and UEFA) once again would like to reiterate and strongly emphasize that such a competition would not be recognised by either FIFA or the respective confederation. Any club or player involved in such a competition would as a consequence not be allowed to participate in any competition organised by FIFA or their respective confederation.


    As per the FIFA and confederations statutes, all competitions should be organised or recognised by the relevant body at their respective level, by FIFA at the global level and by the confederations at the continental level. In this respect, the confederations recognise the FIFA Club World Cup, in its current and new format, as the only worldwide club competition while FIFA recognises the club competitions organised by the confederations as the only club continental competitions.


    The universal principles of sporting merit, solidarity, promotion and relegation, and subsidiarity are the foundation of the football pyramid that ensures football’s global success and are, as such, enshrined in the FIFA and confederation statutes. Football has a long and successful history thanks to these principles. Participation in global and continental competitions should always be won on the pitch.


    Gianni Infantino – FIFA President

    Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa – AFC President

    Constant Omari – CAF Acting President

    Vittorio Montagliani – Concacaf President

    Alejandro Domínguez – CONMEBOL President

    Lambert Maltock – OFC President

    Aleksander Čeferin – UEFA President



    https://www.uefa.com/insideuef…d-the-six-confederations/

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  • Die Bayern sind entschieden gegen diese Super League: PSG und City haben sich noch nicht entschieden.



    Ziel: eine Super League von 20 Vereinen.


    UEFA-FIFA gemeinsam gegen dieses Projekt.
    (Gazzetta)


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  • Eines muss man der Fußballindustrie lassen. Wenn einer aktuell täglich rund um die Uhr unterhalten wird dann isses der Fan eines Topclub. Unterhaltungsprodukt der Spitzenklasse.

  • Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are not backing the new European Super League proposal.

    A report in The Times said a number of top European clubs had signed up to a breakaway Super League ahead of UEFA’s planned announcement of a new Champions League format on Monday.

    But it is understood the French and German giants are not among their number, as it stands, which is said to total 12.

    What is happening?

    Reports emerged on Sunday of plans for a breakaway European Super League. It is in response to UEFA’s new Champions League format, which will involve 36 teams and is to be announced on Monday.

    European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli, who is also Juventus president, seems to have backed the Super League.

    The ECA itself and its board had previously backed the new Champions League format.

    But there is now said to be significant support for a Super League.

    Why are PSG opposed?

    The Athletic has been told PSG are not involved in the plans at the moment in time. There is a belief at the top of the club that it would be disrespectful to join them.

    They are keen to discuss UEFA’s proposal after it is presented on Monday.

    PSG are also thought to believe that European competition should not be restricted to the richest clubs, and that smaller teams like Atalanta, Ajax or Leicester should have their shot.

    A source added: “We are sticking to the tradition of UEFA.”

    Who is backing the plan?

    The 12 clubs supporting the European Super League, as it stands, are: Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus.

    What would a European Super League look like?

    A report in January made this clear. The tournament would involve 20 clubs, with 15 permanent members and five qualifying annually. Six English clubs — the same six clubs that comprise the Premier League’s so-called “big six” — would be among 15 permanent founding members.

    The Times reported that founder members of a proposed European Super League would be offered up to £310 million each to join the competition. Champions League qualification is worth about £100 million.

    The 20 clubs would be split into two 10-team groups. Each team in a group would play home and away matches against one another. The top four teams in each group would then play a knockout play-off across the two divisions to decide the champion for the season.

    There would be home and away legs in the quarter-finals and semi-final, with a final played at a neutral venue.

    It would also see a best versus worst approach to the knockout matches, with the team with the best record playing the team with the eighth-best record. This would also apply to the semi-finals.

    Matches would take place in midweek, with the exception of the final. Clubs would still play in their domestic leagues.

    And what about UEFA’s reformed Champions League?

    UEFA wants a new format for the Champions League from 2024, with one 36-team league replacing the current group stage, where every team plays 10 matches.

    This is called the ‘Swiss model’.

    Under the proposed format, by the time winner has lifted the European Cup, the competition will have produced 100 new games, and the finalists will have played at least 17 matches, four more than under the current system.

    Accommodating four additional games in the autumn will be a challenge for most national leagues, however, including in England, where the Carabao Cup would be under threat.

    Three of the four extra Champions League places would meanwhile go to clubs based on past performance in Europe, using the UEFA coefficient ranking system.

  • Eine Piratenliga bedeutet die Sperre der teilnehmenden Spieler für die Nationalmannschaften, was zweifellos zu ordentlich Ärger in den Landesverbänden und bei den Fans führen wird. Ich bin mir nicht sicher, ob alle Top-Spieler da mitmachen.

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  • Machen wir dann auch den Fußball kaputt wenn wir mitmachen oder ist es dann OK?

    Ich für mich werde mir das nicht anschauen, Duelle gegen Top-Clubs aus Europa sind immer das Sahnehäubchen gewesen, und verkommen dann zur alltäglichen Routine. Das nimmt dem Ganzen seinen Reiz

  • ECA Präsident Agnelli, der noch Freitag die UEFA CL Reform unterstützt hat soll umgekippt sein.

    Wenn das der Fall ist, muss man das doch sehr ernst nehmen.(entgegen dem was ich da vorhin gesagt habe).


    Angeblich hat sein Umfallen die Italiener und anderen EPL Teams Arsenal ManCity Spurs zum Umschwenken bewogen haben.


    Real Barca Liverpool und ManUnited waren Ja sowieso immer dafür

  • Die Uefa/Fifa wird wohl alle Vereine die an der neuen Liga beteiligt sind sperren für alle Wettbewerbe der Fifa und Uefa. Zudem sollen alle beteiligten Vereine auf Schadenersatz verklagt werden. Berichtet die Gazzetta dello Sport

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