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MADRID (Reuters) - A Madrid court has asked the European Court of Justice to establish if FIFA and UEFA, the world and continental soccer governing bodies, are breaching EU competition law by preventing clubs from creating a breakaway European Super League.
Wall Street's major averages fell on Wednesday after stronger-than-expected inflation data stoked fears of tighter monetary policy to combat a possibly longer period of inflation.
(Reuters) -Electronic Arts Inc on Tuesday forecast annual adjusted revenue above analysts' estimates, betting that demand for its titles, including "FIFA 21" and "Apex Legends," would stay strong even as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
MADRID (Reuters) - Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte will be available for selection for Spain at the European Championship after his application to be a Spanish citizen was granted, a Spanish soccer federation source said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Global soccer governing body FIFA said it held talks on Tuesday with a number of member associations and confederations to address concerns relating to workers' welfare and human rights in host nation Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur will have fan representation on their board, the Premier League club said on Tuesday, as they look to make amends following their involvement in the attempt to create a breakaway European Super League last month.
(Reuters) - Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon says he will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season but could still join another team if he receives a suitable offer.
(Reuters) - Global players' union FIFPRO said on Tuesday it was considering a formal complaint against the Korean Football Association and the K-League for keeping the country's professional footballers out of discussions regarding contract conditions.
(Reuters) - Salernitana have earned promotion to Serie A for the first time in 23 years, but their celebrations have been dampened by uncertainty over whether they will be allowed to compete in Italian soccer's top flight next season.
(Reuters) -Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, the three clubs still involved in the proposed European Super League, denounced on Saturday the "intolerable" pressure put on them by UEFA to drop the project.