It also instructed them not to exclude Superliga’s founding club and its players from national or international competitions where “they have regularly participated in or met the necessary conditions to do so”.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). -Spain’s judiciary has ordered UEFA and FIFA not to hinder the launch of the UEFA Super League, nor to sanction the founding clubs including Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona as their managers and participants.
According to people familiar with the matter, Madrid’s 17th Commercial Court estimated that the lawyer, Manuel Sanchez Puelles (Superuel) represented the precautionary measures required by the Super League, who ordered FIFA and UEFA “not to take any Measures or actions “directly or indirectly” hinder the preparations for the Super League.
Similarly, the Madrid court prohibits the two agencies from declaring, threatening, initiating or adopting disciplinary or sanctions in the process of handling the procedures for participating in “clubs, managers or players preparing to participate in the aforementioned continental competition.”
On the other hand, it also ordered UEFA and FIFA to avoid excluding “Superliga’s founding clubs and their players” from domestic or international competitions where “they have regularly participated in or met the necessary conditions for doing so”.
UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin warned on Monday that players participating in the Premier League cannot play with their national team or participate in the European Cup next summer, which will be played in 12 countries including Spain. Or playing in the World Cup in Qatar. In 2022.