Tag Archives: UEFA

Champions League streaker Kinsey Wolanski was ‘sitting next to me’, says scaffolder footie fan

By | 8th June 2019

A FOOTIE fan has revealed he was sitting next to the Champions League streaker — and joked with her not to run on the pitch if Liverpool had possession of the ball. Peter Beaumont, 36, had befriended Kinsey before her stunt, as skipper Jordan Henderson led the reds out for the final in Madrid. The […]


Uefa give streaker Kinsey Wolanski honorary Champions League final ticket despite kicking her out of the stadium

By | 3rd June 2019

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE streaker Kinsey Wolanski was handed a honorary final ticket by Uefa – despite being kicked out of the ground. The US model, 22, stole the show on Saturday night when she ran across the pitch at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid in her swimwear. She was escorted off the pitch and led away […]


How have penalties changed and which tournaments will the new rules be implemented?

By | 1st June 2019

RULE changes are on the way for how penalties are taken in European competition. Uefa are rolling out a sweeping dossier of subtle rule tweaks that they hope will make the game more streamlined and fair going forward. How have penalties changed? ONE of the rule changes set to come into force concerns goalkeepers are […]


How many substitutes can you have on a bench in Champions League?

By | 20th May 2019

UEFA are once again making changes to the rule book as they look to make football in 2019 more streamlined. Along with changes to handball calls and penalties coming next season, there are also changes afoot to the amount of substitutes allowed on the bench in European competition. How many substitutes can you have in […]

English fans hit out at Uefa over ‘extortionate’ cost of going to finals

By | 10th May 2019

Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea football supporters irate at high cost of attendanceFans of the four English clubs to have made it to Europe’s two main football finals have joined forces to criticise Uefa’s disregard for the “extortionate costs” …

Liverpool and Spurs’ Champions League wins have European roots | Letters

By | 9th May 2019

UEFA wins for Spurs and Liverpool should be seen as a triumph for European integration, say Malcolm Bower and Sean Day-Lewis. Myrna Hughes is worried about the environmental cost of the final. Tim Davies says the clean sweep for English sides deserves …

Premier League clubs unite to fight plans for new-look Champions League

By | 5th April 2019

PREMIER LEAGUE clubs have united to fight plans for a Champions League revamp. Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is on the board of the European Clubs Association which is pushing for an expanded competition to operate as a “closed shop” for Uefa’s elite clubs. But Woodward was among the club bosses who spoke out […]

Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Palace: Top 20 highest wage bills across Europe

By | 21st January 2019

MANCHESTER UNITED were the Premier League’s top wage-payers for 2017 – but they still trailed two Spanish giants in the European spending charts, according to Uefa. The Red Devils – whose highest earner two years ago was Paul Pogba on £220,000 a week – splurged a monstrous £270.36million on players’ salaries. But Manchester City still […]

Two Chelsea stars named in Uefa’s Team of the Year but Mo Salah snubbed

By | 11th January 2019

TWO Chelsea stars have been named in Uefa’s Team of the Year for 2018, with Mohamed Salah one notable snub. As ever, La Liga stars dominate the list, with six current players in the XI, while the Premier League sees just three entrants. But which players make Uefa’s final XI? Find out in our comprehensive round-up, […]