UEFA set to replace Super Cup with four-team tournament
According to Diario AS, UEFA is considering ideas to replace the Super Cup with a four-team competition.
The organization that oversees European football is looking into ways to boost its revenue.
In a format similar to the current Spanish Supercup, the competition would feature four teams.
The Champions League, Europa League, Europa Conference League, and Major League Soccer champions would be among the invited teams.
The tournament would take place in the summer, and because UEFA wants to reach new audiences, it's possible that some of the games will be played outside of Europe.
Additional discussions are anticipated to occur at the General Assembly of the European Club Association in Istanbul on Thursday and Friday.
The winners of the Champions League and the UEFA Cup, which was renamed the Europa League in 2009, compete in the UEFA Super Cup.
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