New Super League format revealed by reporters

20 Oct 2021

The controversial Super League is set to take a new shape, according to German financial magazine Wirtschaftswoche (h/t Mundo Deportivo).

The main change is that instead of a closed format of 12 teams, there will now be two divisions of 20 teams each, within the Super League.

Furthermore, the Super League intends to cut down clubs’ expenses for away trips by handing 70 per cent of ticket sales to home teams.

Real Madrid remains among the three forerunners for the Super League, alongside Barcelona and Juventus.

Ten key points

The new Super League‘s attempt is built on 10 key points, which are as follows:

  1. The Super League will not break the established football ecosystem.
  2. There will be no permanent members.
  3. The Super League is recognition of a broken system.
  4. UEFA’s role creates structural conflict.
  5. UEFA have close ties with club owners.
  6. There is a lack of high-level matches in the Champions League.
  7. Inadequate financial control.
  8. There’s a lack of transparency in accounting matters.
  9. The European Union is losing control in football.
  10. Clubs from big cities in smaller countries cannot compete in UEFA’s current model.

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