European club football suffers from an increasing financial & sporting gap. Our proposal would narrow the gap instead of grow it.
- For the Cycle 2021-24 cycle the European Leagues already proposed a new system for distribution of money that enables more clubs to play in a more balanced competitive environment and allows football to flourish in more places.
- It is important to increase support for clubs that do not play in European competitions.
- Narrow the distribution gap between the 3 European competitions
- No historical results as criteria for revenue distribution.
Access always based on the latest performance of clubs in their respective domestic top tier league or domestic cup competion.
- Access must always be based on the latest performance of clubs in their respective domestic top tier league or domestic cup competition.
- NO to Promotion and Relegation between the 3 UEFA Club Competitions.
- A more inclusive Access List: more clubs from more countries to participate to UEFA Club Competitions.
Weekends belong to the domestic competitions.
- Any change in UEFA Club Competitions must not jeopardize the calendar of domestic league competitions.
- The Leagues are against the introduction of more match-days than those foreseen in the current UCC format and relevant calendar.
- No UCC match-days can be scheduled during weekends.
Every weekend we deliver more then 450 club football matches to fans and the wider football community to support their enjoiment af and passion for their favourite football team in their favourite competition.
Our goal is to enhance and protect competitive balance in professional league competitions for the good of the game, the players, the fans and the clubs.
We believe that all our clubs, not just a few, must have the possibility to complete at the highest levels.
We have the responsibly to keep that dream and ambition alive on behalf of the clubs and fans alike.
The implementation of Good Governance principles in football to preserveand anhance the reputation of our sport.
The essence of Sporting Merit and sporting ability as he eciding factor in winning or losing, where unpredictable outcomes are possible, where the excitement and passion for the fans lies in the possibility their side could triumph.
The principle of Solidarity, a financially sustainable enviroenment with a more equitable sharing of financial resources as an essential tool to open up the elite competitions to a maximum number of associations and clubs which in turn boost the development of the game at grassroots and youth levels.