August 31 – The controversial new stoppage-time rules adopted by English football this season, primarily to counter time wasting, are “absurd” and will not be used in UEFA competitions, according to the organisation’s chief of football, Zvonimir Boban.
August 23 – German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom will provide the digital infrastructure for Euro 2024, as well as becoming a national partner and a media rights and broadcast partner.
August 23 – Adidas has unveiled the match balls for the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Women’s Champions League ahead of the beginning of the 2023/24 campaign next month.
August 18 – Two Manchester City players and the ubiquitous Lionel Messi are the top three nominees for the 2022/23 UEFA Men’s Player of the Year award.
August 17 – Manchester City marked their first appearance in the UEFA Super Cup by beating Sevilla 5-4 in a penalty shootout on Wednesday to claim yet more silverware under manager Pep Guardiola.
They just keep on defying the odds and are edging ever closer to the promised land of top tier European club competition.
August 8 – In a dramatic move, UEFA has postponed tonight’s Champions League third qualifying round clash between AEK Athens and Dinamo Zagreb following the death of a 29-year-old Greek fan caught up in overnight clashes between rival supporters.
August 6 – The second edition of the U20 Intercontinental Cup between the club champions of Conmebol and UEFA will be played in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 9.
August 4 – The champions of the tiny football-mad Faroe Islands, KI Klaksvik, have done it again.
July 31 – Spain have won their second-straight UEFA Women’s U19 European Championship title after defeating Germany on penalties on Sunday evening.
July 28 – Barcelona have been provisionally cleared to play in the 2023-24 Champions League despite an ongoing UEFA investigation into the club’s involvement in a refereeing scandal.
July 28 – The UEFA Women’s U-19 Championship reaches its conclusion this weekend with Spain meeting Germany in the final on Sunday at the Den Dreef Stadium in Leuven, Belgium.
July 28 – North Macedonian FK Shkupi ultras attacked Levski Sofia supporters before the UEFA Europa Conference League Second qualifying round match between the two teams in Skopje yesterday (Thursday).
July 20 – The champions of the tiny Faroe Islands, Klaksvik, have made history by reaching the Champions League second qualifying round for the first time.
July 18 – UEFA has reported that nine national associations have declared interest in hosting UEFA club competition finals in 2026 and 2027.