New UEFA building inaugurated

UEFA's new administrative building has been inaugurated in Nyon, Switzerland, at a ceremony attended by UEFA's 53 member national associations, as well as the UEFA Executive Committee.

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    • Study Group Scheme aiding development

      Study Group Scheme aiding development

      The UEFA Study Group Scheme has been helping UEFA's member national associations since 2008 - we visit Germany where one of the latest seminars took place and find out how the scheme is evolving in 2014.
    • UEFA maintains stand against racism

      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.
    • Lisbon final reaps benefits for women's game

      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.
    • 2009 UEFA President's Award: Eusébio

      2009 UEFA President's Award: Eusébio

      A profile of 2009 UEFA President's Award winner, Eusébio.
    • Tournaments offer chance to 'improve'

      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. finds out more in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
    • Di Stéfano's career highlights

      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, looks back on the remarkable career of the late Alfredo di Stéfano.
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