The first Fitness for Football seminar as part of the UEFA Study Group Scheme, involving coaches, coach educators and fitness experts, has been held in Oslo following a successful pilot phase.
Seedorf honour at new UEFA role
Dutch legend Clarence Seedorf has been appointed the UEFA Global Ambassador for Diversity and Change.
UEFA marks 100th anniversary of World War One truce
President Michel Platini unveils UEFA monument in Belgium, UEFA releases short film tribute
Key decisions made at EXCO
The hosts of UEFA Women's EURO 2017 and the format of the UEFA Nations League were just two of the decisions made at the last meeting of 2014 of the UEFA Executive Committee in Nyon.
Cruyff Court remembers Borgonovo
The second Cruyff Court to be built using funds from the UEFA Monaco Charity Award has been inaugurated in Italy, honouring the memory of the late Stefano Borgonovo.
UEFA President visits St. George’s Park
On a visit to St. George’s Park, UEFA President Michel Platini spoke of ‘a very beautiful, modern and new’ facility able to develop grassroots football in England and also spoke about UEFA’s zero tolerance approach to racism in football.
Empowering women the focus in Nyon
The latest session of the Women in Football Leadership Programme continued the focus from UEFA on increasing the number of women in senior roles in football, including a keynote speech from Member of the European Parliament, Viviane Reding.
Protecting the game
Join UEFA in the fight against match-fixing and preserve integrity in football.
President praise for women's scheme
UEFA President Michel Platini has spoken about why the UEFA Women in Football Leadership Programme is an important new step in aiding the development of women involved in coaching, refereeing and management.
Coaches relish St Petersburg talks
National team coaches including Fabio Capello, Didier Deschamps and FIFA World Cup winner with Germany, Joachim Löw, look back on the FIFA/UEFA Conference for National Coaches and Technical Directors.
Increased role for women targeted
After its successful launch in April, representatives of the UEFA Women in Football Leadership Programme are heading back to Nyon for a second meeting.
Say no to racism
UEFA sends out the message that racism, intolerance and discrimination have no place in football and must be banished from the game. Say no to racism.
UEFA supports World Heart Day
UEFA is giving its support to the World Heart Federation (WHF) and its World Heart Day, with a focal point of the campaign being how physical activity, especially walking, can help nurture a healthy lifestyle and prevent cardiovascular disease.
Dyke 'proud' to host final
English Football Association chairman Greg Dyke told UEFA.com that he was "really excited" and "proud" after Wembley was named as the host venue for both semi-finals and the final of UEFA EURO 2020.
President: EURO 2020 is 'great opportunity'
After the announcement of the host cities for UEFA EURO 2020 UEFA President Michel Platini said that the pan-European tournament offers a "great opportunity" for football.
Venues announced for 2016 UEFA club competition finals
The latest UEFA Executive Committee meeting has taken place at the House of European Football in Nyon.
Captains of Change
UEFA President Michel Platini believes that the new Captains of Change management programme can "establish real equal opportunities for all minorities in football".
Key messages at UEFA Respect Diversity conference
The UEFA Respect Diversity conference has taken place in Rome with delegates from across Europe attending the event.
President: Football must promote diversity
Addressing attendees at the UEFA Respect Diversity Conference in Rome, UEFA President Michel Platini spoke of the responsibility of the football community to promote diversity and eradicate discrimination.
Respect Diversity summit in Rome
Rome is hosting the 2014 Respect Diversity conference, attended by football's key stakeholders, and aiming to raise awareness of how to deal with racism and intolerance in the game.
Key dialogue at coaches forum in Nyon
UEFA and Europe's top club coaches met at the latest UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum, with the coaches giving their views on key European football issues.
NSPCC awarded Monaco charity cheque
The Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) at the United Kingdom's National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has received the 2014 UEFA Monaco Charity Award.
President commits future to UEFA
UEFA President Michel Platini said "I want to finish what I have started" in pledging his immediate future to UEFA and stating his intention to seek a third term at the helm of the European body.
Financial Fair Play explained
We explain what Financial Fair Play is and how it aims to make European club football healthier.
60 years of UEFA in six minutes
From its birth on 15 June 1954 to the memories created from the UEFA European Championship and UEFA club competitions, we chronicle some of the milestones of UEFA's first 60 years.
A day in the life of Laura Georges
UEFA.com followed Laura Georges as the UEFA women’s football development ambassador visited Latvia.
2009 UEFA President's Award: Eusébio
A profile of 2009 UEFA President's Award winner, Eusébio.
Di Stéfano's career highlights
Five times a European Cup winner with Real Madrid CF and the recipient of the 2007 UEFA President's Award, UEFA.com looks back on the remarkable career of the late Alfredo di Stéfano.
Lisbon final reaps benefits for women's game
We find out how the staging of the final of the UEFA Women's Champions League final in Lisbon will have long-lasting positive effects on women's football in Portugal.
Tournaments offer chance to 'improve'
UEFA's youth development tournaments continue to help youngsters to gain valuable experience to aid their development both on and off the pitch. UEFA.org finds out more in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.