The European Super League is back with A New look to fully replace UEFA Champions League & Europa League.
European sports development company & sister company of European Super League – A22 announced the new plans and format of the European Super League after conversation with more than 50 european clubs about their financial crisis.
European Super League New format
In new format 60 to 80 teams competing in a multi-divisional competition. Participation should be based on domestic performance, no permanent member like previous proposal of 12 permanent member.
A22 also claim that guaranteed a minimum of 14 matches per season for each club.
A22, a company set up to sponsor and support the Super League, has consulted with almost 50 European clubs since October last year and, based on that consultation, developed 10 principles that shaped its plans for a redesign support the league.
However, it is still in fantasy because of yet to unknown how the league would run and full structure of it.
A22 chief executive Bernd Reichart describe10 principles for a European football league on German newspaper Die Welt.
Recichart said: “A European football league should be an open, multi-divisional competition with 60 to 80 teams, allowing for sustainable distribution of revenues across the pyramid.
“Participation should be based on annual sporting merit and there should be no permanent members.
“Open qualification based on domestic performance would grant rising clubs access to the competition while maintaining competitive dynamics at domestic level.”
Recichart also said that new plan assist domestic leagues, women’s football, the fans, financial sustainability, and the health of the players.
Meanwhile, La Liga chief executive Javier Tebas published a cartoon picturing Super League as the Big Bad Wolf and European football as Little Red Riding Hood.
The original Super League members were Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Man Utd, Liverpool, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.