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UEFA orders Legia Warsaw to play against Real in empty stadium

Legia Warsaw have been told by UEFA to play their next Champions League home game against Real Madrid behind closed doors following racist behaviour and other crowd disturbances against Borussia...

Ceferin elected UEFA president as banned Platini bids farewell

Aleksander Ceferin of Slovenia was elected the new president of European football governing body UEFA on Wednesday to succeed the banned Michel Platini.

UEFA approves Champions League format changes

The top four teams from the four highest-ranked European leagues will automatically go into the Champions League group stage from 2018, football's governing body UEFA said Friday.

Ronaldo wins Europe best player award

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo was named UEFA best player in Europe for 2015-16 on Thursday, ahead of Antoine Griezmann of Atletico Madrid and Real team-mate Gareth Bale.

Dinamo Zagreb through to Champions League group stage

In Salzburg, Dinamo Zagreb battled out a heroic 2-1 win in extra-time to go through on a tight 3-2 aggregate.

Real Madrid come from behind to win dramatic Super Cup 3-2

Trondheim, Norway (dpa) - Real Madrid came from behind Tuesday to beat Sevilla 3-2 to win the UEFA Super Cup in an action-packed thriller played in Trondheim, Norway, with defender Dani Carvajal...

UEFA charge Portugal after Euro pitch invasion

UEFA have opened a disciplinary case against the Portuguese football federation after a fan invaded the pitch and spectators let off fireworks in their Euro 2016 quarter-final match against Poland...

Croatia escape with UEFA fine over Euro 2016 crowd trouble

Croatia were fined 100,000 euros (112,000 dollars) on Monday in connection with crowd trouble during their Euro 2016 game with the Czech Republic.

Incidents and sanctions around Croatia games

Croatian fans have caused trouble on various occasions at national team games.

UEFA charge Romania, Albania over crowd conduct

UEFA charged the Romanian and Albanian football federations Monday over fan disorder in their Euro 2016 match in Lyon the previous day.

UEFA: increase to 24 teams has not affected Euros quality

The increase of the European Championship field to 24 teams has not affected the quality of play at Euro 2016, and collusion is also unlikely at the end of the group stage, UEFA competition...

Croatian Rakitic appeals to UEFA: Don't kick us out of Euro 2016

Croatia playmaker Ivan Rakitic on Sunday appealed to Europe's ruling body UEFA to not disqualify his team from Euro 2016 after recent fan violence.

UEFA opens disciplinary cases against Hungary, Belgium and Portugal

UEFA has begun disciplinary action against the Hungarian football federation for crowd disturbances inside the stadium in Marseille in their Euro 2016 match against Iceland.

UEFA taking disciplinary action over Croatia fans; HNS apologises

UEFA confirmed Saturday disciplinary action against the Croatian football federation (HNS) after stadium disturbances of its fans at a Euro 2016 match in St Etienne.

UEFA taking disciplinary action over Croatia fans

UEFA confirmed Saturday disciplinary action against the Croatian football federation after stadium disturbances in St Etienne.