What teams could integrate the European Super League?

12/23/2023 at 16:30


The European Super League project seems to be going ahead

The new competition that comes to ‘revolutionize’ football away from UEFA and FIFA competitions is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel

After the decision of the TSJE regarding the European Super League and FIFA and UEFA, the question once again appears as to which teams will finally be the ones that would make up the competition. It seems clear that FC Barcelona and Madrid, two of the promoters and its greatest defenders, would be in the Super League from the beginning. But what else? Check out football sports betting.

Although initially the Super League was defined as a single division competition, it would be made up of three divisions made up of a total of 64 men’s and 32 women’s teamswhich would dispute a minimum of 14 European matches each season.

In the men’s team there will be three categories and the first will be made up of the best teams with 16 participants. In the women’s super league there would be two categories of 16 teams. There will be promotions and relegations depending on the classifications and a maximum of 14 games would be played per season.

At the beginning of the project, there were 12 clubs that signed and declared themselves founders of the Super League: Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético de Madrid, Inter de Milán, AC Milan y Juventus.

Until now, The only two clubs that remain founders are Fútbol Club Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Furthermore, as stated by the president of the Naples Aurelio De Laurentiis, the Italian club I would be willing to participate in a dialogue with other major European clubs to build the project together.

Also they Turkish clubsy others from the French league They would support the Super League project.

Other big clubs like Bayern Munich y Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) have already declared that they are against the Super League, as well as competitions such as LaLiga, the Bundesliga, the Premier League, Serie A and Ligue 1, which have issued statements making clear their position against the new competition.


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