You might be confused about the European Super League project which has risen for days now in the football world, where top teams are expected to encounter and play superb, expected to wipe away UEFA Champions League competition as a replacement.
As a term, the European Super League has been debated for many years now, with the best teams in the top five leagues brewing plans for a rivalry where they could meet and play together daily, rather than the UEFA Champions League allows.
Not only can it put the greatest face-to-face across the world, but it will also produce income in enormous numbers for each club, rendering them financially secure for years to come. Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, this has been a hot subject in particular and has seriously damaged the economic condition of many clubs across the continent.
There will be 16 to 18 teams in the league system, with teams drawn from the top 5 leagues across Europe, namely the Spanish League, the British Premier League, the German Bundesliga, the Italian Series A, and the French League 1. That suggests that, considering the historical relevance of the teams in the competition, there may be about three teams from each league or even the Premier League would be able to allow more teams, according to Deportivo Carrusel on Twitter.
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The aim is to make this rivalry take place while the domestic leagues are retained so that they can be consistent with each other, as in the domestic leagues, with home and away matches taking place. As a result, there will be 32 or 36 matches based on the number of teams participating. However, it will supplement the UEFA Champions League.
Some of the teams we can hope to see in the tournament are Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester City, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid. In comparison, for clubs like Borussia Dortmund, Olympique Lyonnais, and Inter Milan, among others, the jury also seems to be out.
According to Real Madrid, President Florentino Perez said on AS, “Nothing will be like it was before. The pandemic obliges us to make football more competitive. We must innovate and look for formulas to ensure football remains attractive.”
He continued: “Real Madrid played a part in the foundation of FIFA, and the European Cup and the current model needs a reboot, as the impact of COVID-19 has demonstrated. Football needs new momentum, and Real Madrid will be right there at the heart of it.”
In essence, all these debates are based on increments in wages that top clubs would earn, and how competitive it might be after European Super League replaces UEFA Champions League completely, but UCL had been a successful top competition and one of people favorites in the world of football. Do you think or want UCL to be replaced?