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Reject the European Super League! Chelsea official: European Court of Justice ruling does not change the club’s position

Reject the European Super League! Chelsea official: The European Court of Justice’s ruling did not change the club’s position. SportsTalk reported on December 22 that the European Court of Justice made a ruling on the European Super League, ruling that UEFA and FIFA violated EU law and that the European Super League did not need their approval. Chelsea issued a statement saying the club's position remained unchanged.

SportsTalk On December 22, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued a ruling on the European Super League, ruling that UEFA and FIFA violated EU law and that the European Super League did not need their approval. Chelsea issued a statement saying the club’s position remained unchanged.

Chelsea statement:

Europe Today’s court decision does not change Chelsea Football Club’s position. We firmly believe that through our strong relationships with the ECA (European Club Association), UEFA and FIFA we will be able to work with the Premier League, FA and other European clubs. Together we can continue to develop European football to the benefit of everyone.


Chelsea is one of the 12 founding clubs in the European Super League. They are also the fourth Premier League club to issue a statement rejecting the European Super League after Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham.

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