New European Super League Announcements

What do the Super League Announcements mean?

Twelve of Europe’s leading football clubs have joined forces to announce a new European Super League that would be played mid-week and governed by it’s founding football clubs.

Members include the Premier Leagues ‘Big Six’; Liverpool FC, Chelsea FC, Arsenal FC, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and the other big European Clubs include; AC Milan, Atletico de Madrid, and Real Madrid CF.

All founding members of the Super League would automatically participate every season.  It is anticipated that there will be a further 3 clubs to join the founding members taking the total founding members to 15 clubs, with a further 5 teams needing to qualify annually based on their achievements in their prior season.

Since the news has been announced European Football’s governing body UEFA is leading calls for this to be stopped.  There has been a further backlash by fans, players and Managers including Liverpool FC’s Jurgen Klopp, and the UK Government has announced plans to step in and do everything to block this from happening. Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden told Parliament that the Premier League and the Football Association were “considering a wide range of sanctions”.

We will be keeping this news page up to date with further announcements and news on the Super League as they happen.