Celtic have been fined about £13,000 after supporters let off flares during their Europa League victory over Lazio in Rome.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes a global Super League would not be attractive to leading English Premier League teams.
A proposal to overhaul the Champions League could see the group stage transformed into a 32-team division.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin insists referees have to be given the final say on decisions rather than someone “hidden in a van or a building 500 kilometres from the venue”.
Arsenal have welcomed UEFA’s decision to introduce a group stage to the Women’s Champions League from 2021.
UEFA is set to introduce a group stage to the Women’s Champions League from next season, the PA news agency understands.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin insists the organisation is “trying” and “we care” over the fight against racism in football.
Rangers have been hit with a UEFA charge but have avoided fresh sanctions over sectarian singing.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has become the latest player to declare he would walk off the pitch if he was racially abused during a match.
UEFA’s investigation into alleged breaches of financial fair play by Manchester City will continue after the club’s attempt to have it thrown out was ruled inadmissible.
BT Sport has been awarded the exclusive broadcast rights to UEFA’s European club competitions until 2024, it was announced on Friday.
Eintracht Frankfurt have lost their appeal against a ban on fans attending the Europa League tie at Arsenal.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has used a UEFA coaches’ conference to call for change to the VAR system.
Racist abuse should result in instant action being taken and not allow any more opportunities of further discrimination, according to Watford captain Troy Deeney.
Liverpool have temporarily suspended the fan responsible for the offensive Divock Origi banner displayed at the Champions League match in Genk.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos has accused FIFA and UEFA of being “incapable of governing” over their failure to issue an adequate response to allegations of racism.
Celtic and Lazio have been charged by UEFA over “illicit chants” heard during their Europa League match last week.
Gary Neville believes it will take a team to walk off the pitch for a sea change to happen in the fight against racism, and believes England’s players are brave enough to do it.
UEFA has “missed an opportunity” to get tough on racism after it ordered Bulgaria to play their next home qualifier behind closed doors over the racist behaviour of their fans during the Euro 2020 match against England.
Bulgaria will discover their fate on Monday over a charge of racist behaviour by their supporters during the Euro 2020 qualifier against England on October 14.