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Archives: UEFA

UEFA Members Back World Cup 2022 Being Moved to Winter

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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UEFA’s 54 member nations have given their backing to the 2022 FIFA World Cup being moved from the summer to winter, and they have admitted that the tournament cannot be played in the summer due to health reasons. Fifa vice-president … Continue reading

UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 Preview

Posted on by Josh Harris
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The 2013 UEFA Women’s Euro kicks off on Wednesday, July 10 in Sweden, the host nation. For viewers in the United States, all games will be shown live on ESPN3. The venues for the Championship will include the 30,000 seater … Continue reading

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FOX Sports Wins US Media Rights to European Qualifiers For Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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FOX Sports has acquired the US media rights to the European qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2016 and FIFA World Cup 2018. FOX will have exclusive rights in the USA to all of the qualifying matches. The qualifying matches for Euro … Continue reading

Gibraltar Have Been Confirmed As 54th Member Nation of UEFA: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Against the wishes of Spain, Gibraltar today have been confirmed as the 54th member nation of UEFA. Gibraltar is a British overseas territory located on the tip of Spain. The population of 30,000 residents have twice rejected proposals for Spanish … Continue reading

UEFA Proposes New Minimum 10-Game Ban for Racist Abuse: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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UEFA has proposed a new minimum 10-game ban for racist abuse. UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino outlined the plans at this week’s SoccerEx conference. “We have to have sanctions and they must have a deterrent effect,” said Infantino. “What we are … Continue reading

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Mourinho Receives 5-Match Ban

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

UEFA’s Control and Disciplinary Body rendered its verdicts on the proceedings relating to the UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg between Real Madrid and Barcelona on April 27th. Real Madrid coach José Mourinho, who was dismissed from the bench in … Continue reading

Italy Given 3-0 Win Over Serbia by UEFA

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

After the Italy – Serbia match was abandoned due to fan trouble, people were unsure what UEFA would do about the entire situation. But UEFA have decided, and there will be punishment for both sides, not just for Serbia. Here’s … Continue reading

Italy Out of 2012 Olympics

Posted on by Robert

One Italian national team played a match yesterday, and the results were quite dispiriting.  With a seemingly safe 2-0 aggregate lead over Belarus, the Italian U-21 club found a way to lose 3-1 in the return match and be eliminated … Continue reading

Italy vs. Serbia Cancelled Due To Fan Trouble

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

I was getting very excited about the Italy – Serbia game which was supposed to be played today, but to my (and probably many other people’s) disappointment, the match was cancelled. The game was cancelled because of crowd trouble, mainly … Continue reading

UEFA Europa League – Round of 16 Preview

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

The Round of 32 produced a few dramatic results including a thrilling two-leg sweep of Roma by Panathinaikos. The Greek club won both legs by identical 3-2 scores and should be full of confidence for their matches against Standard Liège. … Continue reading

It’s Official: The Champions League Final Is Bigger Than the Super Bowl

Posted on by David Warner

The Super Bowl, that vainglorious championship game of American football, is less than a week away, and with this game will come grand estimates of just how many people around the world will be watching. American expatriates, European fans of … Continue reading

Are The Big Clubs Broke ?

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Barring a flood of deals in the last couple of days, this will go down as one of the quietest transfer windows in recent years. So far there have been very few actual sales with the majority of deals being … Continue reading

Manchester United Signing Cleared By FIFA

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

The controversy surrounding Manchester United’s signing of 16-year-old French prospect Paul Pogba has been cleared up. FIFA have ruled that Manchester United did not contravene any FIFA regulations in their recruitment of the young midfielder – specifically Article 19, which … Continue reading

UEFA Investigating Match Fixing

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

UEFA has confirmed that it plans to investigate 40 cases of suspected match-fixing in the Champions League and UEFA Cup. Most of the cases were from Eastern Europe and involved games in the early qualifying rounds of the tournaments, according … Continue reading

Champions League 2009-10: Playoff Round Preview

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Part of the changes to qualification this year sees the champions of smaller domestic leagues gaining the chance to reach the group stage of the Champions League. In the Champions Path, the feature match-up should be between FC Zurich and … Continue reading

Europa League 2009-10: Second Qualifying Round, First Leg Results

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

A massive number of clubs are involved in the Second Qualifying Round (80 in total). The winners of the 23 First Qualifying Round ties were joined in this round by a further 57 clubs that includes the domestic cup winners … Continue reading

Matchday 5 Recap: Ronaldo Given A Roughing Up, Barcelona Win A Wild One,

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

This recap comes a little late but there are still a few points I wanted to make. First off, I was glad to see the Zenit – Juventus game proceed without incident. After the horrible incident earlier in the week, … Continue reading