Real Madrid, Manchester United, Liverpool and Juventus are among the dozen founding members of a league that would upend the sport’s structures and economics.
What the spectacular fall of a breakaway tournament for European soccer says about the future of the world’s biggest sport.
Publicly, soccer’s global governing body criticized a breakaway European Super League.
Common topics in the American and European sports economics from publication: New Perspectives in Sports Economics: A European View
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The push for a merger of Belgium's Pro League and the Dutch Eredivisie is once again news with the two leagues considering a plan.
Intereconomics is an academic journal that publishes articles by experts on current economic and social policy issues affecting Europe.
The European Union (EU) is a unified international organization that governs the economic, political, and social policies of 27 member