Genoa appeal UEFA licence

by | May 9, 2015 16:57

Genoa have lodged a formal appeal after they were denied a UEFA licence.

The FIGC turned down their application for a UEFA licence, reportedly due to late paperwork as well as issues with the Luigi Ferraris stadium.

Genoa released a statement this afternoon confirming they have already begun the procedure to appeal.

Without a UEFA licence, the Grifone won’t be able to register for the Europa League, even if they qualify in the top six of the Serie A table.

Genoa have lodged a formal appeal after they were denied a UEFA licence.

The FIGC turned down their application for a UEFA licence, reportedly due to late paperwork as well as issues with the Luigi Ferraris stadium.

Genoa released a statement this afternoon confirming they have already begun the procedure to appeal.

Without a UEFA licence, the Grifone won’t be able to register for the Europa League, even if they qualify in the top six of the Serie A table.

Sampdoria were granted a licence yesterday, but registered to play their home games at Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia.

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