Ceferin postpones meeting: No decision on Champions League’s future this year 

16 August 2019

Photo: Getty Images Aleksander Ceferin was elected President of UEFA on 14 September 2016.

Aleksander Ceferin, UEFA’s president, has decided to postpone a meeting between the European Club Association (ECA) and the European Leagues. 

The parties were invited to the meeting in June to discuss the future structure of the Champions League. 

The meeting has been postponed until all sides are "ready for a meaningful discussion."

The ECA’s proposed re-structuring has been fiercely criticised and a group of clubs have come up with an alternative. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

UEFA has decided to postpone a meeting that was supposed to be held on 11th September to discuss the future structure of the Champions League. 

The European Club Association (ECA), fronted by Juventus’ chairman, Andrea Agnelli, previously proposed a new format which would effectively make the Champions League a closed competition, securing the biggest clubs more games against each other. 

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