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UEFA consider major Super Cup change that will affect Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham

UEFA's discussion of a revised European Super Cup could have an influence on a number of London clubs.

Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur might face American sides in a redesigned Super Cup next season. The Super Cup presently pits the Champions League winners against the Europa League winners from the previous season, but talks are underway to expand the competition to four teams.

 

According to PA Media, the Super Cup will be held in America, with the Champions League winners, Europa League winners, Europa Conference League winners, and MLS champions all invited. The goal is to bring in more female fans and families to football games.

 

The revised competition might take place in a different country, but UEFA has picked the United States as the top location because it is regarded as the primary growth area for European football. The talks aren’t thought to be serious, but the notion of a revised Super Cup is gaining support since it will generate more income and appeal to a new audience.

 

With the Champions League and Europa League winners invited, the new competition might have an impact on Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham if it is approved. Arsenal is the bookmakers’ favorite to win the Europa League after coming close in recent seasons, while Chelsea and Tottenham are both in the Champions League.

 

However, the Blues and Tottenham have a lot of work to do in their group, having only taken two and three points thus far. West Ham United, who are competing in this year’s Europa Conference League, may also be affected. With the Champions League and Europa League winners invited, the new competition might have an impact on Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham if it is approved. Arsenal is the bookmakers’ favorite to win the Europa League after coming close in recent seasons, while Chelsea and Tottenham are both in the Champions League.

 

Further negotiations about the revised Super Cup are expected to take place during the European Club Association’s general meeting on Thursday and Friday in Istanbul.

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