European Club Association

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has delayed a decision on the reform of its Champions League club competition until April 19.

The European Club Association (ECA) has unveiled its first women’s football strategy, with an ultimate goal of achieving the same level of professionalisation as in the men’s game.

Uefa, football’s European governing body, is reportedly in talks with the European Club Association (ECA) over the creation of a joint venture that would grant clubs more control over media and sponsorship r…

European Club Association (ECA) chairman Andrea Agnelli has said the continent’s football clubs are facing Covid-19-related losses of between €6.5bn ($7.87bn) and €8.5bn,

The Covid-19 pandemic is now forecast to cost top-flight clubs from Europe more than €5bn ($5.9bn/£4.5b

European football’s governing body Uefa is planning on refunding €575m ($667m) to rights-holding broadcasters because of the disruption to its club competitions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to …

The European Club Association (ECA) has forecast that football clubs on the continent can expect to lose up to €4bn ($4.5bn) in revenue over the next year due to Covid-19.

Stephen Ross the billionaire owner of Relevent Sports, the sports promotion company behind the International Champions Cup (ICC), is reported to have met with the leading European football clubs and Uefa…

Uefa and the European Clubs Association are reportedly close to agreeing an expansion of the Champions League from 2024-25, in which clubs would play up to 17 matches per season compared to the current…

Andrea Agnelli has been re-elected as chairman of football's European Club Association (ECA) for a further four years, until 2023

Inter Milan president Steven Zhang has become the first Chinese board member of European football's European Club Association

Efforts from European football’s governing body Uefa and the continent’s elite clubs to reform the Champions League into a competition essentially reserved for the top teams have seemingly hit the buf…

Uefa has postponed talks with European clubs and leagues to discuss the future of the Champions League and its other European club competitions, making any reforms to these competitions unlikely this year

Highlights of Charlie Marshall, managing director of the European Club Association, in conversation at the Sports Decision Makers Summit in London.

Reform of European club football competitions could be necessary to restore dynamism to Europe’s most-loved tournaments, according to European Club Association managing director Charlie Marshall.

European Club Association (ECA) chairman and Juventus president, Andrea Agnelli, has seen his support of Uefa’s proposed reform of the Champions League suffer a heavy blow at home, with three quarters o…