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FIFA and UEFA have suspended Russia




FIFA and UEFA have suspended Russia until further notice
FIFA and UEFA have banned Russian football clubs and football clubs from all matches until further notice.

The ban means, to prevent any possible change in Russia’s domination of Ukraine, the country will not be able to face Poland in next month’s World Cup semi-finals and qualify for the European Championships. by women this year and Spartak. Moscow has been knocked out of the Europa League.

UEFA has also canceled a deal with Gazprom, a Russian-owned energy company and a major sponsor of the Champions League.

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Which organizations are affected by the ban?
2022 World Cup – Russia is set to host Poland in their World Cup qualifier on March 24, and if they are suspended at that time, they will not play in the World Cup again. could not reach the final in Qatar in November.

Europa League – UEFA has already confirmed that Spartak Moscow will not play in their Champions League match against RB Leipzig, where the German side have advanced to the semi-finals.

Nations League – In June, Russia will play Albania twice, as well as games against Israel and Iceland.

Euro 2022 Women’s Championship – UEFA says a decision will be made in the near future on the impact of the tournament in England, won by Russia in July.

“Following the initial decision by FIFA and Uefa’s executive committee, which predicted further action, today FIFA and UEFA decided together to suspend all Russian clubs, national teams or clubs. club, UEFA and UEFA matches until the announcement.

“The decision was made today by FIFA and Uefa’s executive committee, in line with the decisions of the two governing bodies on such urgent matters.

Wladimir Klitschko says no one in Ukraine will decide how they live their lives and feel every hour.
“Football has full cooperation here with full cooperation with all the people affected in Ukraine. Both leaders hope things in Ukraine will improve very quickly so that football can once again be the way to go. unity and peace among peoples. “

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