After the big outcry over the Super League creation project, things seem to be getting back to normal, but only for some! Nine of the twelve football clubs which launched the Super League have in fact been reinstated in the European Club Association (ECA).
These are mainly English clubs: Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham, to which are added the Italians of Inter and AC Milan, and the Spaniards of Atlético Madrid.
According to the ECA, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus Turin have still not returned to the Association.
The union of European clubs explained in this regard that “the executive committee of the ECA took into consideration the recognition by these clubs that the Super League project was not in the interests of the football community, as well as their decision to completely abandon the project ”.
As a reminder, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus Turin are still in conflict with UEFA and have left the ECA since spring, led by PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.
After initiating disciplinary proceedings against them, UEFA suspended its process “until further notice”, while the three clubs have taken the case to court.