After the project’s organizers confirmed that they intended to bring back the competition, a number of Europe’s most well-known football teams have reiterated their opposition to the idea.
The threats made by UEFA and FIFA to ban players and clubs from current competitions if they decided to play in the Super League were found to be legally invalid by a recent court ruling on Thursday. This ruling suggested that the governing organizations couldn’t prevent the tournament from being established.
The majority of Europe’s top teams, including Barcelona and Real Madrid, have overwhelmingly rejected the Super League idea, which presents a challenge for the two clubs that are still in favor of it.
Major clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Roma, Inter Milan, Sevilla, Real Sociedad, Ac Monaco, and PSG have all firmly rejected the Super League proposal as a result of the fervent backlash from supporters in 2021.
🚨📷| Clubs that are against the European Super League:
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— Foot Strike (@Footstrikenews) December 21, 2023