The six English football clubs supporting the European Super League will pay a total of 22 million pounds as they seek to relocate their role in a separate competition, which provoked a heated reaction.
The “goodwill gesture” follows similar sanctions imposed by UEFA, the European football governing body, and the game’s management wants to ensure that preventive measures are in place to prevent future separatist plans.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United և Tottenham will share the collective expense, which is part of their / 2.6 billion 2019 2019/20 season. The money will be used to finance major football և community programs.
Six agreed to set rules, which means that further attempts to start new competitions will be punished with points and fines. Each club will score 30 points and will be fined an additional 25 million pounds.
The English Premier League, the world’s most profitable domestic football,, The governing body of the English game, the Football Association, announced the payment on Wednesday, adding that the six clubs have once again admitted their “mistake”.
“The Premier League and the FA have worked closely together throughout this process, and this agreement leads to the completion of an investigation into the matter,” they said.
Super League: He tried to change the structure of the pyramid of European football, but could not win the support of the fans. Since the effective collapse of the program, the Premier League has been working to ensure that the tried and tested project cannot be repeated.
Sky News first reported the payment.
The level of scrutiny forced six clubs to withdraw from the project a few days after its announcement, but the actions of the Premier League and other football authorities show the continuing consequences.
The UK government has launched a formal review to assess governance in football. The review, led by former government minister Tracey Crouch, will assess whether the industry requires an independent regulator. Club: Property: is also observed.
Clubs are usually owned by wealthy shareholders. Despite billions of euros in sports revenue, it is common for teams to record losses. The coronavirus epidemic has exacerbated the football financial crisis, with all of Europe’s top clubs failing to lose up to € 8.1 billion in two seasons, which has been marred by a public health crisis.
The sentence is carried out a few weeks after Uefa took action against English teams such as Italian “Milan”, “Inter” and Spanish “Atletico”.
Under the agreement with UEFA, the nine clubs will provide 15 million euros for the main youth football of the local settlements. The teams also agreed to give up 5% of the income from European competitions for one season, and face a fine of 100 million euros if they try to join another separatist project.
The Spanish “Barcelona” and “Real”, and the Italian “Juventus” continue to have disputes with the governing body. The three clubs refused to back down in favor of segregated competition.
On Wednesday, the UEFA appeals body suspended the proceedings against the clubs until further notice.
The decision came after the founding company of the Super League, based in Spain, ruled in Madrid in April to prevent a bill to cancel the governing bodies of football.
Uefa said it “understands why disciplinary action should be taken for the time being, but remains confident it will continue to defend its position in all relevant jurisdictions.”