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UEFA delivers Annual Report on the state of European football

Amministrazione Congresso

UEFA's 2021/22 Annual Report, published today, offers compelling evidence – first-person stories, Q&As, data, infographics – of how Europe’s most popular sport continues to thrive at all levels of football’s pyramid.

"European football is recovering from the pandemic, once again proving its vitality, adaptability and resilience."

Aleksander Čeferin, UEFA President

UEFA Annual Report 2021/22

Women's EURO 2022: Game-changer. History-maker. Record-breaker.

The highlight of the sporting summer, Women's EURO 2022 was living proof of how UEFA uses its competitions to drive the game’s development. The tournament may only have lasted 26 days, but its impact on women’s football will be felt for years to come.

New Competitions, New Opportunities

The debut edition of the UEFA Europa Conference League meant more European players and clubs than ever can aspire to earning a place on the starting grid of our men’s club competitions, while the largest overhaul of the UEFA Women’s Champions League delivered an instant hat-trick of positive results: increased competitiveness, value and status.

Protecting the game's financial future

New Club Licensing and Financial Sustainability regulations – an evolution of UEFA's financial fair play – received unanimous backing from across the football community and will help to ensure the long-term viability of the European game.

Nurturing all levels of the game

Grassroots clubs, youth players, referees, coaches, doping control officers, administrators and scouts all offer first-person accounts of how UEFA's reinvestment of revenue back into development projects benefits just about everyone involved in European football.

The chance to play

By working in close collaboration with national associations and clubs, UEFA helped more than 50 members of Ukraine’s national women’s teams to resume their careers in neighbouring countries like Czechia, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.

Annual report microsite