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UEFA statement after Madrid Commercial Court No.17 judgment in European Super League case!

UEFA takes note of today’s judgment from the Madrid Commercial Court. In particular, UEFA is pleased to note that the judge confirmed the validity of a pre-authorisation system being in place for third party competitions to be approved under UEFA’s authorisation rules and recognised the undoubted benefits of such rules …

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Premier League welcomes High Court judgment against PPLive!

The Premier League welcomes the judgment handed down by the High Court today relating to non-payment of fees by PPLive, its former broadcast partner in China. The Premier League will robustly enforce its contractual rights when it has no other option available. The League notes the judge’s view that PPLive …

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Rebel clubs welcome European Super League judgement!

FC Barcelona, Juventus FC, and Real Madrid CF welcome yesterday’s Court’s decision enforcing, with immediate effect, UEFA’s obligation to unwind the actions taken against all European Super League founding clubs, including terminating the disciplinary proceedings against the undersigning three clubs and removing the penalties and restrictions imposed on the remaining …

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LaLiga join UEFA and FIFA in European Super League lawsuit!

LaLiga have decided to appear in the proceedings no.150/2021 brought before the 17th Commercial Court of Madrid with regard to the lawsuit filed by the organisation representing the European Super League against UEFA and FIFA. This intervention by LaLiga has been requested both in the precautionary measures and in the …

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FIFA disappointed by ending of 2006 FIFA World Cup trial!

FIFA is deeply disappointed that the trial related to the FIFA World Cup Germany 2006 will not take place because it has now become time barred. For its part, FIFA fully cooperated with this investigation over the years, responding to many requests made by the Office of the Attorney General …

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UEFA welcomes Brussels Court of Appeal ruling on third-party player ownership!

UEFA has positively noted the decision taken by the Brussels Court of Appeal to reject the challenge brought by Doyen Sports and RFC Seraing against UEFA, FIFA and the Royal Belgian Football Association concerning the legality of the ban on third-party ownership of players (“TPO”). UEFA originally called for FIFA …

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FIFA welcomes Brussels Court of Appeal ruling on FIFA’s TPO & TPI rules!

The Brussels Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Doyen Sports Investments and Belgian club FC Seraing seeking the illegality of FIFA’s Third Party Ownership (TPO) and Third Party Influence (TPI) rules. FIFA’s TPO and TPI rules are set out in article 18bis and 18ter of the Regulations on the …

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Punjab & Haryana High Court issue notice to AIFF against validity of TW-3 Test!

After being denied the opportunity to participate in the Hero Sub-Junior League 2018/19, on the basis of the result of the TW3 test which assessed his age to be above the approved limit of 14.4 prescribed by the AIFF, Tushar Chaudhary, an U-13 Minerva Punjab FC squad member along with …

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