Uefa reaffirms opposition to Super League after acrimonious A22 meeting

UEFA logo on view at UEFA headquarters in Nyon. (FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP via Getty Images)

Uefa has once again outlined its strong opposition to any breakaway from its club competitions after a meeting at its Nyon headquarters with representatives of A22 Sports Management, the sports development company behind the failed European Super League (ESL) project, ended in acrimony.

The meeting was attended by senior figures at European football’s governing body, led by Uefa president Aleksander Čeferin, as well as representatives from across European football, including leading figures from the national leagues, clubs, players’ union and supporters’ groups.

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