British Prime Minister Johnson: European Super League is devastating for football

British Prime Minister Johnson: European Super League is devastating for football

Johnson, in his post on his Twitter account, stated that they support football authorities to take action against the establishment of the new league.

Noting that the European Super League could be “devastating” for football, Johnson stated that the new tournament will also hit local leagues and cause concern among fans across the country.

“Clubs must respond to their fans and the wider football community before they can step forward,” Johnson said. used the expression.


It was reported that 12 clubs from England, Spain and Italy agreed to organize a new tournament called “European Super League”.

In a joint statement from England’s Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Milan, Inter and Juventus from Italy, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid from Spain, the decision to establish the European Super League was announced. .

In the statement, which included information about the details of the tournament, it was noted that in the league, where a total of 20 clubs will compete with 15 founding clubs, 5 teams will change each season.

It was reported that in the tournament, which will start in August, the teams will take place in two groups of 10 and those who finish the groups in the top 3 will directly advance to the quarter-finals, and the teams that finish the league in the 4th and 5th places will play a play-off match to reach the quarter-finals. It was stated that the quarter-finals will be played according to the double match method, and the final match will be held in May.

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