Hear Michel Platini’s speech after being re-elected for a third four year-term at the helm of European football in Vienna.
Michel Platini on ‘fantastic journey’ for European football
In his address to delegates and guests at the XXXIX Ordinary UEFA Congress in Vienna on Tuesday, Michel Platini said that UEFA, its 54 member associations and other stakeholders within the football family had shown that "it is indeed possible to combine romanticism and realism, ideals and action". Hear more from Mr Platini in the video.
Committee review of the year
Members of the UEFA Executive Committee described the achievements of the last year at the XXXIX Ordinary UEFA Congress in Vienna.
MESGO developing tools for success
The Executive Master in European Sport Governance (MESGO) gives representatives of sports organisations the tools to develop their football management skills. UEFA.org takes a look at the third edition of the educational programme.
Ask the President
UEFA President Michel Platini answers fans' questions about all things football – and some famous football faces pop up with questions of their own.
Coming soon: Michel Platini answers your questions.
On Monday 16.03, UEFA President Michel Platini answers fans’ questions about all things football – and some famous football faces pop up with questions of their own.
ICRC praise 15-year UEFA partnership
After receiving a donation of €100,000 from UEFA via Real Madrid CF duo Toni Kroos and Cristiano Ronaldo, Yves Daccord, Director General of the International Committee of the Red Cross, explained the importance of the partnership with UEFA.
Boquete inspiring female future in Croatia
In her first assignment as a UEFA women’s football development ambassador, Verónica Boquete was in Croatia to inspire girls competing an an Under-16 international development tournament. UEFA.org was there.
Highlights: Michel Platini's glittering playing career
Michel Platini has answered video questions sent by football fans from around the world today. Watch him in action as a player.
ICRC-UEFA link benefits athletes in Afghanistan
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will receive a donation of €100,000 from UEFA on Tuesday, handed over by Real Madrid CF duo Toni Kroos and Cristiano Ronaldo as members of UEFA.com users’ Team of the Year 2014. In the video, the benefits of the cooperation can be seen through the physical rehabilitation through football of landmine victims and other persons with disabilities in Afghanistan.
Kroos: 'Football can do positive things'
Real Madrid CF and Germany star Toni Kroos will join club team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo in handing a cheque on behalf of UEFA to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). He told UEFA.org that as role models, footballers have a duty to make a positive impact on society.
Bosnia and Herzegovina reflecting on development
UEFA.org looks back at the impact of staging an international development tournament in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2014, allowing players to learn both on and off the field.
Referees discuss winter course benefits
There are many different angles to cover on the annual UEFA referees’ winter course. UEFA.org shows you the work that goes into maintaining and developing a high standard of refereeing across Europe and hears from Greek referee Efthalia Mitsi, German official Felix Brych and England’s Michael Oliver.
Referees show fitness on winter course
As part of the referees winter course in Athens, officials have been proving their fitness. UEFA.org followed their progress.
Star ambassadors on passion for women's football
Laura Georges, Lotta Schelin, Camille Abilly and Verónica Boquete all spoke of their passion for the cause as they were presented as ambassadors for women's football development.
Women’s development ambassadors unveiled
UEFA.org takes a look at the five ambassadors for women’s football development, aiming to inspire players across Europe in their new roles.
Boquete striving to make a difference
After being unveiled as one of UEFA's ambassadors for women's football development, Spain international Verónica Boquete told UEFA.org of her excitement at being able to make a difference to the future of the women's game.
Tournament hosts appointed at EXCO
The UEFA Executive Committee has held its first meeting of the year at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland, appointing the hosts for a variety of competitions.
Captains of Change begins
UEFA's Captains of Change programme, which focuses on developing projects for diversity and inclusion in football management across Europe, got underway with some special guests offering inspiration.
Football fitness the focus in Oslo
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
See the top 10 UEFA goals
The votes have been counted and we can now reveal your favourite goals in UEFA competition. Watch them here.
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.