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.
Helping to protect football's soul
UEFA and the EU law enforcement agency Europol have sent out a strong message of determination to fight match-fixing
Maxi-pitch ensures Lisbon final legacy
Donated by UEFA, a new maxi-pitch has opened in Lisbon to ensure the 2014 UEFA Champions League final has a lasting legacy in the Portuguese capital.
UEFA maintains stand against racism
The UEFA Executive Committee called for tough measures to combat racism at its latest meeting in Turin, where a number of other topics were also discussed, including the procedure for allocating matches at UEFA EURO 2020.
The inaugural UEFA match-fixing working group meeting has taken place in Nyon.
UEFA courses aiding futsal education
UEFA is helping to improve coaching standards in futsal with the second UEFA Futsal Coach Education pilot seminar taking place recently in Novara, Italy.
XXXVIII Ordinary UEFA Congress in Kazakhstan
The 38th Ordinary UEFA Congress took place in Astana, Kazakhstan, with a resolution for integrity in football, third-party ownership of players and the launch of the UEFA Nations League among the items on the agenda.
Preserving football's integrity
UEFA's 54 member associations have adopted an 11-point resolution entitled 'European football united for the integrity of the game' aimed at tackling match-fixing and corruption, a step taken at the XXXVIII Ordinary UEFA Congress in Kazakhstan.
Cruyff reflects on President's Award honour
Dutch legend Johan Cruyff says that recieving the 2013 UEFA President's Award is "one of the highest accolades you can get".
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 EURO 2016 qualifying matters finalised
The UEFA Executive Committee has approved the procedure for the forthcoming UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying competition draw at its meeting in Nyon, Switzerland.
Bergomi remembers ‘special’ Inter times
As he celebrates his 50th birthday, former FC Internazionale Milano stalwart Giuseppe Bergomi reflects on his time with the Nerazzurri and two memorable European triumphs.
Bilbao hosts final EXCO of 2013
Bilbao hosted the final UEFA Executive Committee meeting of 2013, with UEFA EURO 2016 preparations and a decision on the hosts for the 2014 UEFA Futsal Cup on the agenda.
Investment earns Serbia results on and off the pitch
Opened in 2009, the Football Association of Serbia is already reaping the rewards of their national training centre which was realised with the help of the UEFA HatTrick programme.
Puskas statue rekindles memories of Hungary win
On the 60th anniversary of one of Hungary’s most famous victories, one of the heroes of their 6-3 win against England at Wembley in 1953, Ferenc Puskas, is remembered by those who played alongside him.
Study Group Scheme reaps rewards
The UEFA Study Group Scheme continues to help national associations across Europe to exchange technical expertise and best practice. Now in its sixth season, we visited Serbia to find out more.
UEFA platform for anti-racism campaign
Millions of fans across Europe, in stadiums, on TV or online, will witness the anti-racism message accompanying UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matchday three.
CORE helping referees on and off the pitch
Young referees are learning important skills to help them develop off the pitch as well as during matches at UEFA's Centre of Refereeing Excellence (CORE).
CORE improving referee fitness levels
UEFA's Centre of Refereeing Excellence (CORE) is helping young referees improve their fitness levels so that they are ready for the physical and mental challenges of modern football.
UEFA says "No to racism"
The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League will provide the high-profile platform on October 22-24 to promote the campaign to eliminate racism and discrimination from football, as UEFA supports the FARE Action Weeks.
CORE giving referees experience abroad
UEFA's Centre of Refereeing Excellence is playing an important role in giving young referees experience of officiating abroad, preparing them for challenges that may lay ahead.
CORE primes young referees for the future
UEFA's Centre of Refereeing Excellence (CORE) in Nyon fulfils a crucial role in preparing potential international match officials, ensuring that the next generation is of the highest quality.
UEFA welcomes 2020 interest
UEFA is delighted that 32 associations have expressed interest in helping stage UEFA EURO 2020, with UEFA President Michel Platini saying it will be "a great European football festival".
Assistants given offside training
Europe's assistant referees underwent intensive training at UEFA's recent summer gathering for referees, with work focusing on new stipulations on offside in the Laws of the Game.
Romania impresses with women's referee development
Romania is setting a fine example in the development of women's refereeing after Teodora Albon and Cristina Dorcioman took charge of major finals at the end of last season.