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Champions League Seeding `Flawed' for 15 Years, Study Finds
European soccer's ruling body UEFA based rankings on performance in the competition over the previous five seasons, which apparently has helped higher seeds to “monopolize” dominant positions, according to the study by Daniel Plumley and Stuart Flint.
Platini ducks FIFA talk, praises his work at UEFA
Platini also praised his controversial decision to increase the number of teams at the European championship to 24 and declared UEFA's five-referee system, developed as an alternative to goal-line technology, a great success. The Frenchman is seen as ...
Absent champions' celebrations
For the first time, the competition will feature three teams from the same confederation: Russia as hosts, Germany as FIFA World Cup™ holders, and the winners of UEFA EURO 2016 (or runners-up should Joachim Low's side emerge victorious in France).
Barcelona wins UEFA Super Cup, close to duplicating own record
Yahoo Sports (blog)
Winning six trophies in a calendar year – your domestic league and cup, the UEFA Champions League, and then your domestic Super Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup – constitutes an unfathomable spell of dominance. Barca pulled it off in ...
AS Monaco v Valencia background - News - UEFA.com
Monaco have lost just one of their last 11 European home games at the Stade Louis II (W6 D4 L1), Arsenal – under former Monaco boss Arsène Wenger – earning a 2-0 victory in last season's UEFA Champions League round of 16. • Valencia have lost their ...
About UEFA European Championship
The UEFA European Football Championship is the main football competition of the men's national football teams governed by UEFA. Held every four years since 1960, in the even-numbered year between World Cup tournaments, it was originally called the UEFA European Nations Cup, changing to the current name in 1968. Specific championships are often referred to in the form "Euro 2008" or whichever year is appropriate.
Prior to entering the tournament all teams other than the host nations (which qualify automatically) compete in a qualifying process. The championship winners earn the opportunity to compete in the following FIFA Confederations Cup, but are not obliged to do so.