Wenger handed two-match European ban

Arsene Wenger was handed a two-match European ban on Monday for failing to abide by the conditions of a previous suspension.

Wenger left confused by touchline bans

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has called on UEFA to clarify their rules regarding touchline bans after finding himself at the centre of a controversy.

UEFA reduce Mourinho ban on appeal

UEFA have reduced a ban imposed on Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho for comments made about referees in last season`s Champions League.

Real Madrid`s Mourinho appeals UEFA ban

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is appearing before UEFA`s appeal panel to challenge his five-match ban from Champions League matches.

UEFA`s Platini to help Greece reform soccer

UEFA President Michel Platini promised to send teams of experts this summer to help Greece reform its soccer leagues.

Man City hopeful of meeting UEFA FFP riders

Manchester City has said that the club is in talks with UEFA over how to meet new Financial Fair Play regulations after announcing a 400 million pounds deal with Etihad Airways.

Croatia`s football body fined over pro-Nazi chants

UEFA has fined Croatia`s football body after fans displayed Nazi symbols during a European championship qualifying match against Georgia.

Platini praises clubs for signing Fair play system

UEFA President Michel Platini has praised the 72 Football League clubs for signing up to follow the Financial Fair Play system.

UEFA happy with Euro 2012 progress with one year to go

UEFA is positive about the viability of the tournament.

Busquets cleared for final, Real appeal rejected

Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets has been cleared to play in the Champions League final after UEFA dismissed Real Madrid`s claim he racially insulted fullback Marcelo in their heated semi-final first leg.

Mourinho to boycott press conferences after ban

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will boycott the club`s press conferences until UEFA inform him why he has been banned for three matches.

Real Madrid appeal after protest rejected by UEFA

Real Madrid have appealed against UEFA`s decision to reject their protests over the behaviour of Barcelona players and the sending-off of midfielder Pepe in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final last week.

UEFA president Platini re-elected unopposed

Michel Platini was re-elected unopposed as president of European soccer`s governing body at the UEFA Congress on Tuesday while FIFA counterpart Sepp Blatter announced he would not stand again after 2015.

Platini to be re-elected, Lato could join him

Michel Platini will be re-elected for another four-year term as UEFA president on Tuesday while former Poland striker Grzegorz Lato could join him on the executive committee.

Wenger calls UEFA dictatorship, wants humility

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger likened UEFA to a dictatorship and said Europe`s governing body should show humility after he was charged with improper conduct following the Champions League defeat by Barcelona.

UEFA kicks off Euro 2012 ticket sales

UEFA kicked off ticket sales for the 2012 European Championship, marking the moment by handing over free seats to a fan of co-hosts Poland.

Euro 2012 ticket sales delayed after website glitch

Football fans experienced delays on Tuesday as UEFA launched ticket sales for Euro 2012 and the website went down due to heavy traffic.

Fans slam UEFA "profiteering" over Champions League final

Tickets for Champions League final are "outrageous" and UEFA is profiteering at supporters` expense.

2022 World Cup could be co-hosted, says Platini

UEFA president Michel Platini has said that he believes the 2022 World Cup could be shared by Qatar with other countries in the region.

Europe`s clubs rack up record losses: UEFA

More than half of Europe`s top football clubs are still in the red, with a record 1.2 billion euro losses about a year before UEFA`s new financial rules kick in, officials said Tuesday.