• UEFA in talks with Hungary over Super Cup following border closure
    BERN, September 2 (Reuters): UEFA says it is discussing entry requirements for this month's European Super Cup match in Budapest with the Hungarian government following the decision to close the country's borders to curb a rise in coronavirus cases. European champions Bayern Munich and Europa League winners Sevilla are due to meet in Budapest on Sept 24. in what is also planned to be the first UEFA match to take place with spectators since the COVID-19 outbreak. Howe
  • Bayern edge PSG 1-0 to claim sixth Champions League title
    Lisbon, August 23 (Reuters): Bayern Munich won the Champions League for a sixth time by beating Paris St Germain 1-0 in Sunday's final thanks to a goal from former PSG youth academy graduate Kingsley Coman. France international Coman appeared at the back post to head home in the 59th minute, completing a sweeping move from Bayern. Coman's strike secured a treble for the Germans and punished PSG's wastefulness in the first half as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe both fai
  • Lyon and PSG through to semi-finals in Women's Champions League
    BILBAO, Spain, August 23 (Reuters): Holders Olympique Lyonnais edged out Bayern Munich 2-1 in their UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-final in Bilbao on Saturday to set up an all-French clash in the semis against Paris St Germain, who beat Arsenal by the same scoreline in San Sebastian. England striker Nikita Parris put Lyon, who have won the last four Champions League titles, ahead in the 41st minute with Amel Majri adding a second goal 14 minutes into the second
  • UEFA set to decide on possible Nations League venue switches
    LISBON, August 13 (Reuters): The lingering impact of the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to some UEFA Nations League matches being held at neutral grounds, with any decisions on venue switches likely to come before the Champions League final on Aug. 23, sources have told Reuters. The opening two rounds of Nations League games are scheduled for Sept. 3-8 during the international break with all of the continent's national teams in action. UEFA would normally hold meetings aro
  • Wolves reach settlement agreement with UEFA after FFP breach
    (Reuters): Wolverhampton Wanderers will be allowed to register only 23 players instead of 25 if they qualify for the Champions League next season after breaching UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, European soccer's governing body has said. In a statement released to British media, UEFA said Premier League side Wolves had reached a settlement agreement with it under which the club will pay 200,000 euros ($235,720.00) in fines which could rise up to 600,000 euros.
  • Manchester City banned from European competition for two seasons by UEFA
    FILE PHOTO: Manchester City badge, Etihad Stadium, Manchester. (REUTERS/Darren Staples)   Will appeal the decision to the Lausanne-based Court of Arbitration for Sport, says Man City     MANCHESTER, February 15 (Reuters):  English champions Manchester City have been banned from European competition for the next two seasons and fined 30 million euros ($32.53 million) by European soccer's governing body UEFA after an investigation into alleged brea