UEFA is the administrative body for soccer clubs in Europe and one of six continental confederations of world football's governing body FIFA.
UEFA consists of fifty-four national associations members. It organizes club competitions, for which it also controls the prize money, regulations and media rights. The organization's president is former French player Michel Platini.
Two goals in three first half minutes proved decisive as RB Leipzig picked up their first Champions League win with a 3-2 victory over Porto. The result reinvigorates the German side's European hopes after a slow start.
Karl-Heinz Rummennige says German clubs will only be able to compete internationally if UEFA implements its Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules more stringently. Otherwise, German football may have to rethink the 50+1 rule.
The head of football's European governing body has called for an overhaul of the transfer system following a record-breaking summer. However, Aleksander Ceferin said UEFA needed the help of European politicians to do so.
As UEFA launched disciplinary proceedings against both clubs after Thursday's fan trouble at the Emirates Stadium, Cologne apologized for some fans' behavior, but also queried decisions from Arsenal and London's police.