The European Union’s Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Super League

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The European Union's Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Super League

The European Union’s Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Super League, following the judgment of the Court of Justice.

The Super League, led by Real Madrid and Barcelona, has generated a lot of supporters and opponents. Some believe that the Super League restricts football to wealthy clubs, while proponents of this project argue that it will lead to the progress of smaller clubs and contribute greatly to the attractiveness of football.

After a long wait, the verdict of this court was announced today, officially confirming the legality of the formation of the Super League and stating that UEFA cannot prevent its organization. It remains to be seen what the next steps of the founders will be, as this ruling could potentially change the future of football.

In its initial ruling, the European Union’s Supreme Court accused UEFA and FIFA of acting unlawfully by obstructing the holding of the Super League in 2021.

By granting permission for the establishment of the Super League, this court declared that neither FIFA nor UEFA can condemn clubs from participating in other competitions.


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