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Eighteen German cities willing to host Euro 2024 fixtures

Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena is among the venues interested in hosting Euro 2024 games.

Eighteen cities have applied to the German Football Association (DFB) to be part of its bid to host the 2024 European Championship.

The cities are Berlin, Bremen, Dortmund, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Hanover, Kaiserslautern, Karlsruhe, Cologne, Leipzig, Monchengladbach, Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart.

"The response shows the great enthusiasm for a European Championship in Germany and it underlines that we have a first-class stadium infrastructure for such...

Juventus top UEFA table of Euro 2016 payouts

Real Madrid received €2.5m for sending Cristiano Ronaldo and Pepe to title-winning Portugal.

Juventus got nearly €3.5 million ($3.78m) from UEFA to top the list of club payments for releasing players for the 2016 European Championship.

Liverpool and Tottenham also banked more than €3m ($3.24m) from the UEFA fund of more than €150m ($162m).

UEFA says 641 European clubs from 54 countries were paid for providing players to national-team squads in qualifying matches and the tournament in France.

Real Madrid, who sent Cristiano Ronaldo and Pepe to the title-winning Portugal...

UEFA president demands 'at least' 16 World Cup places from 2026

The FC crew debate whether Marco van Basten should have made rule proposals public, and how they would impact the game.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has demanded that Europe be given at least 16 of the 48 places at the expanded 2026 World Cup, telling Die Welt: "We are not just another continental association."

The FIFA Council rubber-stamped plans to expand the World Cup as of 2026, adding 16 nations, and the governing body is expected to confirm by May how many of the extra places will go to each continent, with the African and Asian associations expecting significant increases.

Europe currently has 13 places...

UEFA to review policy on fans' political protest as Barcelona drop appeal

Barcelona will not appeal their fine for pro-Catalonian independence flags to CAS.

Football fans could win more freedom to make political protests at stadiums in a UEFA review of its disciplinary rules.

Europe's governing body wants existing rules which prohibit non-football statements to "evolve to reflect the nature of the society in which we live."

UEFA's statement on Monday follows Barcelona dropping a Court of Arbitration for Sport appeal against fines imposed for fans supporting Catalonian independence.

It was published as FIFA drew criticism in Britain for upholding its...

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Champions League to change kickoffs in group stage to two timeslots

The ESPN FC crew discuss Man United's chances of returning to the Champions League after the side's Europa League win.

The UEFA Champions League will play games at two different kickoff times in each matchday starting in 2018, the European governing body announced on Friday.

Currently, all games are played Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 20:45 CET (2:45 p.m. ET), allowing for exceptions for earlier start times when necessary.

But for the competition cycle running from 2018-21, two matches will kick off each day at 19:00 CET (1 p.m. ET), with six starting at 21:00 CET (3 p.m. ET). Those timeslots are similar to those...

 By PA Sport

UEFA charges Zorya Luhansk after objects thrown against Man United

The ESPN FC crew discuss Man United's chances of returning to the Champions League after the side's Europa League win.

Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk have been charged by UEFA over the crowd incidents that occurred during their Europa League defeat to Manchester United.

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Zorya over the setting off of fireworks, throwing of objects, pitch invasion and the blocking of stairways following Thursday night's game in Odessa.

A firecracker had landed worryingly close to United goalkeeper Sergio Romero during the opening 45 minutes and visiting boss Jose Mourinho, who was otherwise...