UEFA assistance to clubs during corona pandemic

UEFA announced on Thursday that it has decided to allocate 70 million euros to pay clubs in advance as compensation to clubs that have allowed their players to participate with their national teams in euro 2020 qualifiers.

UEFA announced on Thursday that it has decided to allocate 70 million euros to pay clubs in advance as compensation to clubs that have allowed their players to participate with their national teams in euro 2020 qualifiers.

These payments were expected to be made at the end of the qualifiers. Still, due to the current circumstances and the incomplete euro play-offs, it was decided to pay the funds ahead of schedule to help minimize the impact of the stoppage due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The play-offs for the national team list, which will represent their country in March, were postponed due to the spread of the virus, but the federation's governing body is moving to send money to the clubs.

The need to help clubs by the EUROPEAN Union

The €50 million will go to clubs that have left their players in international breaks for 39 national teams that will not participate in the last European Cup qualifying matches, which have been postponed until the summer of 2021.

17,700,000 euros will go to those clubs that have introduced their players during the group stage to those 16 teams that had to play playing playoff slots for the finals, while additional funds will be sent later when the games are completed.

"In these difficult times when many clubs are facing financial problems, especially with their cash flow," said UEFA President Alexandre Severin. It was our duty to make sure that these clubs received these payments as soon as possible."

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