Get your copy of the 2015/16 European Football Yearbook, which was launched in Monaco today. Now in its 28th year, the 752-page book is the essential guide to the European game.
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The 2015/16 edition of the European Football Yearbook has been launched today in Monaco. The annual publication, which is officially backed by UEFA.com, was first produced in 1988 and continues to provide unrivalled coverage of the European game.
The Yearbook's 752 full colour pages are packed with reports, graphics, pictures and in-depth statistical coverage, telling the story of the 2014/15 season in unique and comprehensive detail.
"We have largely stuck with the formula of last year, which was extremely popular with readers," founding editor Mike Hammond said. "I'd like to think that any follower of European football, from the casual observer to the most passionate aficionado, will enjoy the book. It has everything you need to know – and much more besides."
Every UEFA competition is featured, with pride of place given to Barcelona's thrilling UEFA Champions League triumph. There is also a full review of the UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying campaign so far, together with a match schedule for next summer's final tournament in France.
Separate chapters on all 54 UEFA member associations form the core of the book, each containing a narrative review, club location map and in-depth facts and figures. There is also a section featuring profiles on the top 100 players of the season. As Barcelona coach Luis Enrique writes in his foreword: "The European Football Yearbook is the complete archive of the past season."
Published by Carlton, the 2015/16 European Football Yearbook will be available for purchase in bookshops and online in September. Pre-order your copy now.