THE AGREEMENT WILL APPLY UNTIL 2030
New ECA-FIFA agreement: The clubs will receive 330 'kilos' for giving up their players
Published:27/03/2023 - 22:46h
Updated:27/03/2023 - 22:46h
The European Club Association (ECA) and FIFA signed a historic agreement on Monday that increases the profits of the teams for loaning out their players for the next two World Cups (2026 and 2030)
The agreement between the Association of European Clubs (ECA, by his acronyms in English) and the FIFA has expanded until 31 December 2030. Nasser To the-Khelaïfi, and Gianni Infantino, presidents of the ECA and the FIFA, respectively, sealed the new pact by means of the cual the European clubs ingresarán a total of 330 million euros for yielding to his players for the next two editions of the Glass of the World.
Like this, in the World-wide of 2026 and 2030, the teams will perceive 136 'kilos' more than the invoiceed in 2018 and 2022 (194 million euros) through the Program of Profits for the Clubs. The new agreement remained established in the Memorandum of Understanding signed in the 29ª General Assembly of the association founded 15 years ago, which had like headquarters to Budapest.
Other profits for the European teams
To little more than three years for the beginning of the renewed Glass of the World with 48 selections, the FIFA engaged to review, in group with the ECA, the calendar, the cession of players to the national selections and the program of insurances that amortises to the teams when one of his players suffers an injury of gravity in international parties with his selection.
For the moment, all the clubs are forced to yield to his footballers for official parties in which they are summoned by his country, an authentic headache that congestiona, even more, the tightened European calendar in each season. Likewise, To the-Khelaïfi and Infantino will review other points of the Program of Profits for the Clubs. The tournaments of selections generate a lot of money and, for the ECA, the clubs do not invoice the just after yielding to his footballers