LaLiga president Javier Tebas Medrano has been proposed by European Leagues as its representative on the UEFA Executive Committee (ExCo) for the next four years. Tebas will replace Lars-Christer Olsson, outgoing president of European Leagues and former president of the Swedish professional league. Tebas said: “This is a responsibility that …Read More »
Resolution of the European football family on a coordinated response to the impact of the COVID-19 on competitions!
1. UEFA convened today an urgent meeting via videoconference with representatives of the European Club Association (“ECA”), European Leagues (“EL”) and FIFPRO Europe (altogether referred to as “the Parties”) to reflect, as a group, on the unique set of circumstances European football is facing as a result of the ongoing …Read More »
16 European leagues appoint official partners for collection and supply of fast data to betting industry!
On behalf of its members, The Association of European Professional Football Leagues (European Leagues) and its data partners (in alphabetical order: Genius Sports, Sportradar and Stats Perform) are pleased to announce a second multi-league agreement for an additional three seasons ending in 2022, which marks the continuation of an initial …Read More »
European Leagues, the association of European Professional Football Leagues, held its Club Advisory Platform in Madrid yesterday, May 7. More than 200 clubs from across 38 European countries gathered for a historical meeting with one clear goal: to protect domestic football competitions and the long-term sporting and financial sustainability of …Read More »
The European Leagues welcomed three new members at their General Assembly in Frankfurt on Friday, October 19. The LFA of the Czech Republic, the Latvian Virsliga and the Lithuanian A Lyga join 32 other professional football leagues representing more than 900 clubs in 28 countries. The Czech LFA consists of …Read More »
Following the UEFA Club Competitions (UCC) reform adopted in August 2016 and ahead of the upcoming decisions to be taken by UEFA and its National Associations for the 21/24 UCC cycle, European Leagues have taken the initiative to work on proposals for improving professional Club Competitions in Europe. An extensive …Read More »
The Association of European Professional Football Leagues has approved change of name and corporate identity with the Association going forward will now be called European Leagues. The decision required a statutory change which was approved at the Association’s Congress in Edinburgh on Friday, April 6. In addition to a change …Read More »