Revealed: The "Super League" plan that would divide Europe and throw World Cup into chaos

22 January 2021

Super League
Photo: PA Images Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are two of the clubs who would receive most from participating in a Super League.

18-page blueprint advocates Super League kick off from 2022/23 season.

Fifteen founder members would be supplemented by five qualifiers – who get no voting rights, no commercial share and half the founder member’s split.

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See the the full proposal.

James Corbett corbett@offthepitch.com

Offthepitch.com can reveal further details of the Super League seeking to break away from UEFA’s international club competitions from the beginning of the 2022/23 season.

The plan would guarantee massive income to a 15 club elite and cement financial gaps not only between those competing in the Super league and those not, but within it.

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