Italian Football Federation introduces ‘anti-Super League’ rule

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has approved an ‘anti-Super League’ rule which will prevent clubs who compete in competitions not recognised by world and European governing bodies, Fifa and Uefa, from registering for domestic events.

The move makes the FIGC the first major governing body to take concrete action against the European Super League proposals. Serie A clubs Inter Milan, Juventus and AC Milan were three of the 12 clubs which were initially announced as members of the ESL collective.

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