Roma are the first Serie A club to react to an ECJ ruling on FIFA and UEFA’s ‘dominant position’ but the Giallorossi insist the Super League ‘would present an unacceptable attack on the importance of the national leagues and the foundations of European football.’

Roma have not changed their stance on the breakaway competition. They had expressed their concerns in 2021 when the first project was announced and continue being against an alternative European tournament.

“Following today’s judgement delivered by the ECJ on the ESL case, AS Roma reiterates its position in committing to the values and future of European football,” the Giallorossi said in an official statement.

“The club in no way endorses any so-called Super League project that would present an unacceptable attack on the importance of the national leagues and the foundations of European football. 

“AS Roma believes that European football’s future well-being can only be secured through clubs working together through ECA in strong partnership and collaboration with UEFA and FIFA.”

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