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Unexpected Ceferin Lands UEFA Presidency

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UEFA has elected Aleksander Ceferin as its new president. The Slovenian officially succeeding Michel Platini on Wednesday.

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UEFA Approves Goal Line Technology for EURO2016 and Champions League from Season 16/17

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goal-lineA few weeks ago, I was pointing out that goal line technology was a must in football for many reasons. Today, UEFA gave the green light to a long due technology. Read the rest of this entry »

UEFA and MasterCard: 3 More Years

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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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UEFA Signs Retail License Agreement to Build Champions League Stores across the Middle East

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UEFA has signed a licensing agreement with retail and hospitality, UAE based firm Marka, which will see the launch of the first Champions League-themed stores across the Middle East.
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Air Partner Secures Exclusive Partnership with UEFA Competitions

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Air Partner, the world leading air charter broker, has secured exclusive availability on a Boeing 737-400 aircraft to fly teams and supporters to The UEFA Champions and Europa League fixtures this season.

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UEFA Euro 2016 Match Schedule Announced

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The Stade de France in Saint-Denis will stage the opening game and final at UEFA EURO 2016 after the tournament’s match schedule was announced today.
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Has Financial Fair Play Become a Nightmare?

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UEFA is continuing to investigate fewer than 20 European clubs suspected of failing financial fair play rules. The number of clubs suspected of rule breaches has fallen from 76 after further investigations since February.
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