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Latest Uefa Items
A European lawmakers' advisory group says UEFA should stop clubs like Manchester City from being sponsored by their owners.
European governments are not the only ones with major debt problems: Top European soccer clubs lost more than euro1.6 billion ($2 billion) in 2010 and their debts are still rising despite facing new sanctions soon for overspending.
Europe's top soccer clubs collectively lost more than $2 billion in 2010 and their debt keeps rising ahead of plans to sanction clubs for overspending, according to UEFA research published Wednesday.
Europe's top soccer clubs collectively lost more than $2 billion in 2010 and their debts keep rising ahead of plans to sanction clubs for overspending, according to UEFA research published Wednesday.
Ukrainian women's rights activists have staged a topless demonstration at Kiev's Olympic Stadium to protest what they say are attempts to legalize prostitution during the 2012 European Championship.
Co-hosting the 2012 European Championship is important for Ukraine's political integration, the former Soviet republic's soccer leader said Friday.
Wayne Rooney will miss the entire group stage of the 2012 European Championship after receiving a three-game ban Thursday for kicking a player during England's final qualifier.
UEFA President Michel Platini called on all European countries to make sports fraud a criminal offense, saying Wednesday that soccer authorities can't stop the spread of match-fixing on their own.
UEFA says Europe's national soccer associations want to have only double-headers for international matches and avoid matches in August.