ECA meeting: Will Bayern Munich and Real Madrid violate European unity and support Infantinos Club World Cup plan?

26 March 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Bayern Munich players united against Mainz 05. At the annual general assembly of the European Club’s Association (ECA), which brings together chairmen and chief executives of Europe’s leading 232 clubs, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid might challenge the European unity against Infantinos World Club Cup.

European club leaders to address FIFA’s Club World Cup plans.

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James Corbett corbett@offthepitch.com

AMSTERDAM - European club executives meet in Amsterdam today, with discussions about the future of the football calendar and who controls international club fixtures expected to be at the forefront of discussions.

The annual general assembly of the European Club’s Association (ECA), which brings together chairmen and chief executives of Europe’s leading 232 clubs, comes less than a fortnight after the ECA made clear its members would boycott a revised FIFA Club World Cup.

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