UEFA reminds Antwerp of Financial Fair Play rules and will keep an eye on the Great Old

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Antwerp will be monitored in the near future by the European Football Association UEFA. From 2023, the original Financial Fair Play principles will come into effect again – they were relaxed a bit due to the covid crisis – and so Antwerp must pay attention.

Hannes Van Gael

Today at 19:05

Antwerp is one of a list of nineteen clubs that were reminded by UEFA that the relaxations made before the corona crisis will no longer count from 2023. Manchester City, Barcelona, ​​Chelsea, Feyenoord and Lazio, among others, were also kindly reminded of this by the European football organization.

“These clubs are being asked to provide additional information about their finances and will be closely monitored in the near future,” UEFA said.

Anderlecht risks a fine of 100,000 euros if the club cannot present a break-even result for the years 2019 to 2022. That amount was determined as a result of a “minor infringement” of the regulations.

UEFA has also sanctioned eight top European clubs for failing to comply with the FFP rules. PSG, AC Milan, Juventus and AS Roma, among others, have to pay a – mainly – conditional fine.

On the right the effective fine, in the middle the conditional fine — © UEFA

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