UEFA and Mastercard extended their partnership deal until 2018. The renewal includes sponsorship of the UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Women’s Champions League final and the UEFA Youth League finals. The agreement will also see MasterCard continue as the Official Provider of UEFA Champions League player mascots.
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FedEx has been announced as the new main sponsor of the Uefa Europa League in a new three year deal, replacing Western Union as the competition’s chief backer.
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The 32 teams in the 2013/14 UEFA Champions League shared €904m in payments from European football’s governing body, with winners Real Madrid netting €57.4m.
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UEFA has revealed its Champions League and Europa League distribution system for the 2013-14 season, with the estimated gross commercial revenue from the Champions League and Super Cup estimated at €1.34bn ($1.8bn).
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Today, UEFA warned football clubs of sanctions they will face if they do not respect the Financial Fair Play that will be kicked off for the 2013-2014 season. I’d like to have your views as to whether the FFP is viable. Will it ever work? Is it doomed to fail or succeed? But here is what UEFA said:
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Manchester United chief executive David Gill is to lead an immediate financial review at Old Trafford as the club’s owners, the Glazer family, take steps to assess the ramifications of a potential £20million shortfall in prize-money following the club’s group stage elimination from the Champions League.
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