European leagues threaten Champions League schedule clashes

The European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) on Friday threatened schedule clashes on Champions League matchdays in an ongoing dispute with the governing body UEFA.

CAS dismisses Serbia's appeal

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne has dismissed the appeal filed by the Football Association of Serbia against the admission of Kosovo to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the governing body of football in Europe.  

Real still lead the way in UEFA financial report; big English growth

Real Madrid maintained first place in the latest Club Licensing Benchmark report by the ruling body UEFA published on Thursday, boasting revenue of 578 million euros (609 million dollars).

UEFA boss: Croatian national football team and clubs face drastic sanctions

Aleksander Ceferin, the new president of European football's governing body, UEFA, paid a day-long visit to Zagreb on Tuesday, during which he met with Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic.

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 Dortmund.

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 scoring a memorable goal three minutes before the end of extra time.

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 on Thursday.

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 director Giorgio Marchetti said on Monday.

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.

Russia handed Euro 2016 sanctions; England concern over security

Russia's further participation at Euro 2016 now depends on the conduct of their fans after UEFA ruled Tuesday the team would be disqualified if its supporters were involved in further stadium crowd disturbances.

UEFA tells Russia it will be out of Euros if repeat of trouble

Russia's team at Euro 2016 will be disqualified from the tournament if there are further stadium crowd disturbances involving its fans, UEFA said Tuesday.

UEFA opens case against Croatia over Euro pitch invader

UEFA said on Monday it has opened disciplinary proceedings against the Croatian football federation after a fan ran on the pitch to celebrate a goal with players in the Euro 2016 match against Turkey.

UEFA disciplinary committee to investigate fan violence in Marseille

The UEFA disciplinary committee is to investigate the violence between fans which marred the conclusion of the England-Russia Euro 2016 match in Marseille, the European governing body confirmed Sunday.

Nordic football associations propose Slovenian as UEFA president

Nordic football associations have agreed to propose Slovenia's Aleksander Ceferin as new president of European football's ruling body UEFA, they said Friday.

UEFA to elect new president in September - Van Praag a candidate

UEFA will elect a president in September to replace Michel Platini, European football's governing body said Wednesday.

UEFA starts search for a new president as Platini era ends

UEFA must start looking for a new president in earnest now that Michel Platini remains banned and has said he will resign. However, suitable candidates appear to be sparse.

Platini to quit after football ban upheld but reduced

Michel Platini will step down as president of European football's governing body UEFA after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld his football ban but reduced it from six to four years.

Platini football ban reduced to four years in CAS ruling

UEFA president Michel Platini's six-year ban from football was reduced to four years by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Monday.

Kosovo admitted as 55th member of UEFA, Platini still welcome back

Kosovo has been admitted as the 55th member of UEFA at the 40th congress of the European football confederation in Budapest on Tuesday while banned president Michel Platini could yet be welcomed back.

UEFA executives to meet May 18 to discuss presidency

The UEFA executive committee will hold an extraordinary meeting on May 18 to discuss a presidential election if suspended Michel Platini loses his appeal against a six-year ban from football at the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS).

Platini appeals against ban at CAS hearing

UEFA president Michel Platini appealed on Friday at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against a six-year ban from football.

Infantino criticizes Panama Papers TV deal reports as "disgrace"

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has described reporting over a TV contract which emerged in the leaked Panama Papers affair as a "disgrace."

Swiss police search UEFA offices over TV deal

Swiss police searched the headquarters of European football body UEFA in Nyon on Wednesday and were handed details of a contract with an offshore marketing agency signed off by new FIFA president and former UEFA executive Gianni Infantino.

FIFA president Infantino welcomes probe over TV contract

FIFA president Gianni Infantino welcomes "any investigation" relating to a TV contract he signed while working for UEFA.

Galatasaray given European ban for Financial Fair Play breach

Turkish record champions Galatasaray have been given a one-year ban from European football for breaking Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, governing body UEFA said Wednesday.

Beleaguered FIFA set to elect new president and pass reform package

FIFA elects a new president to succeed now banned Joseph Blatter and is to approve a wide-ranging reform package at its congress Friday in order to restore credibility. Further meetings including a UEFA congress are also scheduled amid hopes there will be no further arrests of officials in connection with corruption investigations.

Infantino unveils plans for first 90 days if elected FIFA president

Gianni Infantino unveiled a plan of action on Monday for his first 90 days if he's elected FIFA president.

FIFA chamber to appeal, wants tougher bans for Blatter, Platini

FIFA ethics investigatory chamber intends to appeal against the eight-year bans imposed on Joseph Blatter and Michel Platini and is calling for tougher sanctions.

Report: Platini withdraws candidacy from FIFA presidential election

UEFA president Michel Platini has withdrawn his candidacy for the FIFA presidency, French sports daily L'Equipe reported Thursday.