Do you want a European Super League to exist in association football?

Discussion in 'BigSoccer Polls' started by Courtneysmith, Nov 8, 2021.

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Do you want a European Super League in association football?

  1. yes

    9 vote(s)
    40.9%
  2. no

    13 vote(s)
    59.1%
  1. Courtneysmith

    Courtneysmith Member

    marseille
    Scotland
    Aug 25, 2020
    only adding a poll because there is no poll on all other topics talking about [European] Super league in association football?
     
  2. Courtneysmith

    Courtneysmith Member

    marseille
    Scotland
    Aug 25, 2020
  3. Every Four Years

    May 16, 2015
    Miramar, Florida
    Nat'l Team:
    India
    I voted yes. I think something like this might come up again sometime, with UEFA/FIFA sanction and profit-sharing with the clubs. The current situation in many top European leagues is simply dire. Bayern has just won a 10th Bundesliga in a row. Juventus won 9 consecutively prior to their decline the last couple of seasons. France, Portugal, the Netherlands, and Spain are not quite as bad, but are still quite top-heavy and uncompetitive.

    The Prem is doing okay for now, but the other big leagues definitely may want to consider merging. If not a Super League, then maybe at least a EuroLeague with teams from across continental Europe.
     
  4. Courtneysmith

    Courtneysmith Member

    marseille
    Scotland
    Aug 25, 2020
    like or hate a league format is the best only way to find out which is the best thing in the competition is whatever the competition is..
     
  5. Courtneysmith

    Courtneysmith Member

    marseille
    Scotland
    Aug 25, 2020
    why u like or hate a European super league?
     
  6. barçafan0806

    barçafan0806 New Member

    F.C. Barcelona
    Spain
    Nov 12, 2023
    USA
    Nat'l Team:
    Spain
    I think an European Super League would create more competition and more frequent big name matches, overall benefiting the fans the most. Also, this is just my opinion, I think there's been a lot of corruption in administration in some of the current leagues. I won't name names, but some of the presidents seem to think they can do whatever they want in a more dictator-like role despite knowing their league would tank if the clubs advocating for reformation wanting to leave would leave. The presidents aren't fearful of something like this happening yet because a Super League doesn't exist, but the creation of one would create competition and motivation for the current leagues to operate and treat their clubs more fairly. It's clear current administration for some leagues aren't going to put forth the effort to listen and create a more positive, nurturing, unbiased environment for each and every club to grow and prosper because they don't have to; the clubs have no where else to go, so they have to abide by whatever the league does or says. It's quite disgusting behavior to be honest.
     
  7. Every Four Years

    May 16, 2015
    Miramar, Florida
    Nat'l Team:
    India
    Many top European leagues are becoming a bit of a joke. In that regard, a European Super League is not the worst idea in the world.
     
  8. Courtneysmith

    Courtneysmith Member

    marseille
    Scotland
    Aug 25, 2020
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    This is a realistic prediction of how Europe will look like in 2050 [the blue land areas in the map are part of the United States of Europe].

    so if parts of Europe united together to form a single country especially but not just if called the united states of Europe then it's top tier league will be a basically a European super league (maybe minus the teams from the countries in Europe not part of the united states of Europe).

    so yes a European Super League is a good idea provide it is a league only format as a league only format is the best way to find what the best football team in Europe is.
     
  9. Klay Thompson

    Klay Thompson Member

    Burnley FC, Barcelona, Lazio, PSV Eindhoven, Pumas UNAM, Atlanta United
    Apr 8, 2024
    Voted no. Watch the documentary "European Super League: The War for Football" (or something along those lines). I probably would've voted yes until I watched that documentary. So for those who voted yes, watch the documentary, it might change your mind.
     
  10. Klay Thompson

    Klay Thompson Member

    Burnley FC, Barcelona, Lazio, PSV Eindhoven, Pumas UNAM, Atlanta United
    Apr 8, 2024
    I agree with this somewhat, the La Liga president (forgot his name) does this some. However, after watching the documentary I listed in the above reply, my opinion completely changed on him.
     
  11. Rubik's Cube

    Rubik's Cube New Member

    Juventes
    Netherlands
    May 19, 2024
    I agree. Once I watched the documentary, I wasn't on board with voting "yes" as easily...
     

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