UEFA's 2022/23 Annual Report is out now, offering a comprehensive overview of how the game continues to thrive at all levels through a series of interviews, infographics and exclusive data.
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The Report, which features an exclusive Q&A with President Aleksander Čeferin, as well as explaining how 97 per cent of UEFA's net earnings go back into supporting football, comes with a dedicated microsite, which highlights some of the success stories of the 2022/23 campaign, both on and off the pitch.
"We firmly believe in the importance of the European sports model and its pyramid structure, linking grassroots football at the base to elite clubs at the summit. We must also remain a force for progress and lead by example, advocating respect for human rights, diversity in representation and environmental sustainability."
Aleksander Čeferin, UEFA president
Competitions: Nations League maintaining momentum
Spain won the latest edition of the men’s Nations League, which continues to re-energise the international calendar with more exciting, competitive matches – and UEFA is set to leverage its women’s competitions to follow suit.
Development: Empowering the football community
Approval of a new UEFA Grassroots Charter, which complements our four-year grassroots strategy, will play a key role in helping associations strength the base layer of European football’s pyramid structure.
Sustainability: Football rallies in support of Türkiye and Syria
In the aftermath of Türkiye’s largest earthquake in almost a century, the European football community showed its solidarity with both the Turkish Football Federation and humanitarian organisations.
Governance: Putting fans first
2023 saw two game-changing agreements: Football Supporters Europe's merger with Supporters Direct Europe to create one united voice and a landmark memorandum of understanding with UEFA.
UEFA Financial Report out now
UEFA’s 2022/23 Financial Report and annexes, and the UEFA budget for the 2024/25 financial year have also been published after receiving approval at UEFA Congress in Paris. They are all available to view now.