The European Super League's 12 founding clubs will AVOID punishment fromUEFA sanctions
The 12 clubs involved in the European Super League project have had their protection against any UEFA sanctions restored, at least until the European Court of Justice rules on the case later this year.
An injunction was filed in a Madrid court at the time the hugely controversial league was founded in April 2021 on behalf of the clubs, preventing UEFA or FIFA taking any action against them or their players for being involved.
In April last year that injunction was overturned, but has now been restored following further proceedings in the Spanish capital this month.
The ECJ is set to rule later this year on whether UEFA and FIFA abused a dominant position under European competition law by first blocking the creation of the Super League and then seeking to sanction the clubs involved.
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