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UEFA Super Cup 2020 match to be held in Budapest

The UEFA Super Cup 2020, initially due to be hosted by Porto, Portugal, will now be played at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary on September 24, according to a decision taken at a videoconference held today by the Executive Committee of the Union of European Football Associations.

The match will see the winner of this yearʼs Champions League pitted against at the victor of the Europa League.

UEFA Super Cup 2020 match to be held in Budapest
UEFA Super Cup 2020 match to be held in Budapest

The following editions of the Super Cup will take place as originally scheduled in Belfast, Northern Ireland (2021), Helsinki, Finland (2022), and Kazan, Russia (2023).

EURO 2020 to be held next summer

The organization confirmed that the matches of EURO 2020 will be held next summer, in the 12 original host cities. All existing tickets remain valid for the tournament in 2021. Those who wish to return their ticket will have a final opportunity to request a refund from June 18 to June 25 via euro2020.com/tickets.

Three Group F matches are scheduled to be held in Budapest on June 15, 19, and 23 next year. Also, Puskás Aréna will host one of the quarter-finals on June 27, 2021.

UEFA Super Cup 2020 match to be held in Budapest
UEFA Super Cup 2020 match to be held in Budapest

The committee expressed its appreciation to the host associations, host cities, and their authorities for their continuous support and commitment to organizing the postponed UEFA EURO 2020.

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Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title

Antoine Griezmann showed up at Camp Nou a year ago hoping to finish a threatening assaulting trio with Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez.

After one year, the World Cup champion from France can scarcely jump on the field as Barcelona attempts to guard its Spanish class title.

Griezmann was kept separate from the beginning arrangement for the subsequent straight game on Tuesday when Barcelona facilitated Atlético Madrid, the Frenchman’s previous club, in a game it expected to win to remain neck-to-neck with group pioneer Real Madrid.

Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title
Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title

Rather, Barcelona mentor Quiqué Setién picked to begin 20-year-old midfielder Riqui Puig as a fourth midfielder.

In the wake of having Griezmann heating up on the sideline for the vast majority of the subsequent half, Setién sent him on in the 90th moment even though his group had surrendered an equalizer about 30 minutes prior.

No supernatural occurrence objective came, and the 2-2 draw deserted Barcelona one point Madrid, which can open an important lead with five games remaining if it beats Getafe on Thursday. Madrid additionally holds the sudden death round on the off chance that they finish even on focuses.

“The facts confirm that it’s not typical for a titleholder to be welcomed on so late in the match. It very well may be hard for a player of his group, however, the conditions called for it,” Setién said. “You generally trust that a player of his ability can dominate the match for you with individual activity. Be that as it may, I comprehend it is hard for him.

Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title
Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title

“Tomorrow I will address him about it. I won’t apologize, yet I comprehend he may feel terrible about it. I feel terrible about it since he is an incredible player and individual.”

In July 2019, Barcelona paid 120 million euros (at that point $134 million) to trigger the buyout provision in Griezmann’s agreement with Atlético, where he had risen as one of Europe’s top advances. In his five seasons at Atletico, he scored 133 objectives and helped the group win a Europa League title, a Spanish Super Cup, and a UEFA Super Cup.

The thought was that Griezmann could at long last fill the void left by Neymar in advance when he rushed for Paris Saint-Germain in 2017.

That cost was viewed as a decent arrangement in the pre-pandemic market. Presently, Barcelona is confronted with being burdened with a subsequent significant marking in succession that has tumbled. Barcelona paid a club record 160 million euros ($192 million) for Philippe Coutinho in 2018, just to send him out on credit eighteen months after the fact.

Griezmann began the season all around ok, scoring eight objectives before the winter break. In any case, his numbers began to diminish and he presently can’t seem to score since the resumption of the association following a three-month stoppage brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.

Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title
Griezmann struggling as Barcelona struggles to retain the title

As his objective creation has diminished, so have his minutes. He has just begun two of five matches since the restart of the opposition, and he isn’t being relied on for games against significant opponents, playing just 11 minutes in a 0-0 draw against Sevilla.

Setién has rather picked Puig, 17-year-old Ansu Fati, and Martin Braithwaite over Griezmann.

Barcelona now needs Madrid to slip up and improve its exhibitions to win a third consecutive class title.

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The new Diego Costa eyes Barcelona

Diego Costa will need to leave a superior impression than on his last outing to the Camp Nou when Atletico Madrid goes to play Barcelona on Tuesday.

The striker has come back from lockdown fit as a fiddle and has been in the fine structure on the pitch, scoring three objectives in Atletico’s initial five games back.

Presently, he’s getting ready to take on a Barcelona side that looks somewhat suspect at the back.

Costa’s last appearance at the Camp Nou, on April 6, 2019, kept going only 28 minutes before he was sent off by Jesus Gil Manzano.

The new Diego Costa eyes Barcelona
The new Diego Costa eyes Barcelona

The profane words he utilized towards the arbitrator that night saw him get a straight red card and a resulting eight-coordinate boycott.

That suspension shut down a season in which the Spanish worldwide had overseen only five objectives, remembering two for the UEFA Super Cup against Real Madrid.

It was September before the previous Chelsea forward came back to activity in LaLiga Santander and he just got twice in his next 15 games.

A hernia injury kept him out for a few months over Christmas before he made his rebound against Liverpool in the Champions League.

After the three-month rest in the season, Costa refocused as far as scoring objectives at San Mames in Atletico’s first game back.

He lined that up with a liberal help for Joao Felix at Osasuna and another arrangement for Vitolo to score against Real Valladolid.

Costa jumped on the scoresheet in every one of Atletico’s next two trips, netting once against Levante and once against Alaves.

That gives him a record of three objectives and two aids 265 minutes since LaLiga Santander’s arrival – one objective at regular intervals and one objective commitment like clockwork.

The new Diego Costa eyes Barcelona
The new Diego Costa eyes Barcelona

Costa’s down gone past objectives and helps, however, while considering the difficulty he can cause restriction resistances just by being on the pitch.

Barcelona is next up for this new and hungry Costa, who is yet to confront the Blaugrana this season in either LaLiga Santander or the Supercopa de Espana.

The striker did be that as it may locate the net against the Catalans at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in the principal half of the last battle.

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UEFA Super Cup 2020 match ball designed by children

Children’s drawings from ten UEFA Foundation for Children projects will feature in the design of the 2020 UEFA Super Cup match ball. Today, UEFA begins telling the stories of the youngsters whose creativity made this unique initiative happen on its Instagram platforms.

UEFA Super Cup 2020 match ball designed by children
UEFA Super Cup 2020 match ball designed by children

This season’s UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League winners will play the annual UEFA Super Cup match in Porto on 12 August with a special match ball featuring a series of children’s drawings integrated into the ball’s design.

The drawings are the work of 18 children with different backgrounds from ten European organizations who work together with the UEFA Foundation for Children, who were selected by the chairman of the foundation’s board, UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin.

Children from across the continent were encouraged to submit drawings showing what football meant to them in a contest organized by the foundation together with its ten partner organizations. Mr. Čeferin chose the 18 drawings from a portfolio of more than 200 contributions.

UEFA Super Cup 2020 match ball designed by children

Unique moment

“I’m sure that the children will be thrilled to see their drawings on the Super Cup match ball, and to know that stars of our game will be scoring goals with it,” said the UEFA President.

“These young people know the work of the UEFA Foundation, and I am proud that they want to be part of one of UEFA’s showpiece events.

“It was inspiring to see all these excellent drawings and hear the stories of the children. I hope that the joy they feel because their artwork is on the ball for such an important match will motivate them not only to play football but also to follow their dreams.”

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Famous father-son pairs leave marks on modern football

Many little youngsters grow up review their dads as good examples, with many choosing to carry on in their strides as a lifelong way.

This is likewise the situation in present-day football; with the offspring of many headliners proceeding to try and outperform the accomplishments of their heralds. For most, in any case, the strain to meet desires can demonstrate very high.

Cesare and Paolo Maldini

Cesare and Paolo Maldini
Cesare and Paolo Maldini

Cesare Maldini is a Milan legend who lifted four Serie A titles and the European Cup in 1963. He played 398 counterparts for Milan from 1954 to 1966 and won the Winners’ Cup and Coppa Italia in 1973.

Both were commanders in Milan for numerous years.

Gheorghe and Ianis Hagi

Regarded as a standout amongst other assaulting midfielders during the 1980s and 1990s, Romania’s Gheorghe Hagi played for some ground-breaking clubs, including Steaua Bucharest, Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Galatasaray.

He won four back to back Turkish association titles during his four-year stretch with Galatasaray and was a key player of the club’s UEFA Cup and UEFA Super Cup wonders in 2000.

His child, Ianis, a result of the Gheorghe Hagi Football Academy, began his profession at Viitorul Constanta, at that point played for Fiorentina and Genk.

The 21-year-old plays a similar situation as his dad and is currently showing up for the Glasgow Rangers in Scotland, just as the Romanian national group like his dad.

Patrick and Justin Kluivert

Previous Dutch forward Patrick Kluivert is the third-most significant standard scorer for the Netherlands worldwide group with 40 objectives. He won two continuous Eredivisie titles with Ajax during the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons, just as lifting the UEFA Champions League title and UEFA Super Cup in 1995.

Patrick and Justin Kluivert
Patrick and Justin Kluivert

Kluivert played with significant clubs of any semblance of Milan and Barcelona and lifted the La Liga title in 1999.

His child, Justin, started his profession as his dad did at Ajax, before proceeding onward to the Serie A club Roma in 2018. With a 22.5 million euros ($25 million) advertise esteem, the 21-year-old is seen as extraordinary compared to other youthful wingers in European football.

Peter and Kasper Schmeichel

Peter and Kasper Schmeichel of Denmark each left their blemish on the English Premier League, turning into the main dad and child to lift the title in England’s top-level division.

The senior Schmeichel was perhaps the best goalkeeper of the 1990s as skipper of the Manchester United crew, winning a progression of significant titles.

He won five Premier League titles a UEFA Champions League cup, having won the European Championship trophy for Denmark in 1992 – an inconceivable accomplishment for such a dark horse country with regards to the game.

Kasper Schmeichel, in the interim, is likewise a goalkeeper and started his profession at Manchester City, later turning into a customary for Leicester City since 2010.

Leicester City astounded the worldwide football network with a fantasy Premier League win in 2016.

Roger and Romelu Lukaku

Roger Lukaku’s vocation started in Africa with the Cote d’Ivoire group in 1990. Following three years, he moved to Belgium’s Boom FC in 1993.

All through his profession, he played for a few Belgian clubs and joined the Turkish club Gençlerbirliği in 1997, showing up.

Roger and Romelu Lukaku
Roger and Romelu Lukaku

Roger Lukaku of the Democratic Republic of Congo, in the interim, decided to play for the national group of his nation of birth, at that point known as Zaire.

Romelu Lukaku played for Belgium’s Anderlecht and a few English clubs since, including Chelsea.

He was one of the top signings in the mid-year of 2019, with Inter Milan transferring ownership of him from Manchester United for 65 million euros ($71.5 million).

The forward helped Belgium win bronze at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

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Euro 2020 play-off dates set, Irish League and Super Cup

UEFA has revealed several significant decisions from their Executive Committee meeting, with ramifications for the Irish League and the Northern Ireland national team.

Dates set for Northern Ireland’s Euro play-offs

Northern Ireland’s Euro Cup 2020 play-off semi-final against Bosnia & Herzegovinia has been confirmed for October

The continental governing body confirmed that the match, along with other playoff semis, will take place on Thursday 8 October, with Northern Ireland’s potential final against either Republic of Ireland or Slovakia at Windsor Park set to take place on Thursday 12 November.

Both of those games are due to be played as the first matches in triple-header international windows along with Nations League fixtures.

Dates set for Northern Ireland's Euro play-offs
Dates set for Northern Ireland’s Euro play-offs

Northern Ireland will host Austria on October 11 and travel to Norway on November 14 in the Nations League. They will then welcome the Austrians to Windsor on November 15 and host Romania on November 18.

Confirmation on how Nations League games are to be moved has yet to be provided, however, the play-off semi-final is now set to be the new Northern Ireland manager’s third game in charge, after Nations League games against Romania and Norway in September.

Should Northern Ireland make it through to the Euro 2020 finals, they will still face two matches, as originally scheduled, against Poland (June 14) and Sweden (June 18) at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium before taking on Spain in Bilbao (June 23) in Group E.

The finals will be played between June 11 and July 11 in 2021.

UEFA Super Cup 2021 remains in Belfast

The 2021 UEFA Super Cup is still due to be played at Belfast’s Windsor Park.

The National Stadium had won the right to host the one-off tie between next season’s Champions League and Europa League winners although it was thought it could be postponed one season, as has been the case for Champions League and Europa League final hosts. However, the match will continue as planned in Belfast.

UEFA reiterate August 3 deadline for nomination of European qualifiers

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UEFA Super Cup 2021 remains in Belfast
UEFA Super Cup 2021 remains in Belfast

UEFA, as expected, has reiterated its August 3 deadline for each nation to nominate teams for European competition.

The qualifying rounds will now be played on a single-leg basis in August.

The Champions League’s four-team preliminary round, featuring the Irish League’s top European nominee, will be played as semi-finals and a final on August 8 and 11. A venue has yet to be confirmed.

The first qualifying rounds of the Champions League and Europa League will be played on the week commencing August 17 with the second qualifying rounds a week later.

The August 3 deadline presents pressure for the Irish League to have its season concluded.

The clubs are now expected to meet tomorrow to ratify a solution to finishing the 19/20 campaign.

While the Irish FA remains intent on playing the Irish Cup semi-finals and finals before August 3, it would seem that playing the outstanding seven rounds of Premiership fixtures in time is now impossible.

Clubs must now decide how to square that particular circle.

Options would seem to be: concluding the campaign immediately before using a mathematical equation to decide final positions, playing two more rounds of fixtures so all teams have played each other three times or to conclude the season at a later date with an agreement on how to nominate European qualifiers before the finish.

That final option could be scuppered by the Irish FA declaring the season finished to open a transfer window before the Champions League and Europa League qualifiers.

That would, ironically, leave the two suggestions made by the NIFL Steering Group that caused such consternation amongst clubs.

Whatever happens, it is hoped a decision can be reached by the end of the week.

UEFA Euro Under-19 Championships

UEFA Euro Under-19 Championships
UEFA Euro Under-19 Championships

The UEFA Euro Under-19 Championship is coming to Northern Ireland later this year. The tournament had been postponed by the coronavirus crisis but will be played across October and November.

Northern Ireland’s Under 19 team will be joined by the seven qualifiers.

The group stage will be played in two groups of four from October 8-14 with the semi-finals and semi-finals and finals to be played between November 9-18.

There will also be a fifth-placed play-off in November to decide the fifth team qualified for the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.

UEFA Super Cup match to be held in Budapest

The 2020 UEFA Super Cup, initially due to be facilitated by Porto, Portugal, will presently be played at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary on September 24, as indicated by a choice taken at a videoconference held today by the Executive Committee of the Union of European Football Associations.

The match will see the champ of this yearʼs Champions League set in opposition to at the victor of Europa League.

The accompanying releases of the Super Cup will occur as initially planned for Belfast, Northern Ireland (2021), Helsinki, Finland (2022), and Kazan, Russia (2023

budapest football stadium
budapest football stadium

EURO 2020 to be held next summer

The association affirmed that the matches of EURO 2020 will be held the following summer, in the 12 unique host urban communities. Every current ticket stays legitimate for the competition in 2021. The individuals, who wish to restore their ticket, will have the last chance to demand a discount from June 18 to June 25 through euro2020.com/tickets.

Euro Cup 2020
Euro Cup 2020

Three Group F matches are booked to be held in Budapest on June 15, 19, and 23 one year from now. What’s more, Puskás Aréna will have one of the quarter-finals on June 27, 2021.

The panel communicated its gratefulness to the host affiliations, have urban areas, and their experts for their consistent help and promise to sorting out the deferred UEFA EURO 2020.

2020 UEFA Super Cup: new date and venue

The 2020 UEFA club rivalry drape raiser will occur in Budapest on 24 September.

The 2020 UEFA Super Cup will happen at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary on 24 September at 21:00 CET.

The yearly apparatus between the holders of the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League was because of happening at the Estádio do Dragão in Porto, Portugal on 12 August. On 17 June, the UEFA Executive Committee declared the choice to move to Budapest because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the deferment of the period’s club finals. The end phases of the UEFA Champions League will happen in Portugal.

budapest football stadium
budapest football stadium

Resulting versions of the UEFA Super Cup will occur as initially planned for Belfast (2021), Helsinki (2022), and Kazan (2023).

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