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The national associations of these countries also are responsible for organizing the so-called "Big Five European Leagues", consisting of Spain's La Liga, England's Premier League, Germany's Bundesliga, Italy's Serie A and France's Ligue 1. On 28 February 2022, due to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine and in accordance with a recommendation by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the UEFA suspended the participation of Russia.  The Russian Football Union unsuccessfully appealed the UEFA ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which upheld the ban.  Executive committee Members Code Association National teams Founded FIFAaffiliation UEFAaffiliation IOCmember ALB Albania Men'sU21U19U17FBSWomen'sU19U17 1930 1932 1954 Yes AND Andorra 1994 1996 ARM Armenia 1992 AUT Austria 1904 1905 AZE Azerbaijan BLR Belarus 1989 1993 BEL Belgium 1895 BIH Bosnia and Herzegovina 1920 1998 BUL Bulgaria 1923 1924 CRO Croatia 1912 CYP Cyprus 1934 1948 1962 CZE Czech Republic 1901 1907 DEN Denmark 1889 ENG England 1863 No[c] EST Estonia 1921 FRO Faroe Islands 1979 1988 1990 No FIN Finland 1908 FRA France 1919[d] 1904[e] GEO Georgia GER Germany 1900 GIB Gibraltar 2016 2013 GRE Greece 1926 1927 HUN Hungary 1906 ISL Iceland 1947[f] 1947 ISR Israel[g] 1928 1929 1994[h] ITA Italy 1898 KAZ Kazakhstan[i] 2002 Yes[j] KOS Kosovo 2008 LVA Latvia 1922 LIE Liechtenstein 1974 LTU Lithuania LUX Luxembourg 1910 MLT Malta 1959 1960 MDA Moldova MNE Montenegro 1931 2007 NED Netherlands MKD North Macedonia NIR Northern Ireland 1880 1911 NOR Norway 1902 POL Poland 1919[k] POR Portugal 1914 IRL Republic of Ireland ROU Romania 1909 RUS Russia SMR San Marino SCO Scotland 1873 SRB Serbia 1919 SVK Slovakia 1938 SVN Slovenia ESP Spain SWE Sweden SUI Switzerland TUR Turkey UKR Ukraine 1991 WAL Wales 1876 Former members Year Note Saarland Football Union 1954–1956 [l] Football Association of East Germany 1954–1990 [m] Football Federation of the Soviet Union 1954–1991 [n] Football Association of Yugoslavia 1954–1992 [o] Football Association of Serbia and Montenegro 1992–2006 [p] Football Association of Czechoslovakia 1954–1993 [q] Non-members There are several national teams within Europe that are not members of UEFA.
371009°N 6. 23103°ERegion served EuropeMembership 55 full member associationsOfficial languages English French German (other main but not official: Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish)PresidentAleksander ČeferinFirst vice-presidentKarl-Erik NilssonVice-presidentsZbigniew Boniek Sándor CsányiLuis RubialesFernando GomesMichele UvaGeneral secretaryTheodore TheodoridisMain organUEFA CongressParent organizationFIFAWebsiteuefa.
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 Following the 2015 FIFA corruption case, the then-president of UEFA, Michel Platini, was also involved in the case. Swiss prosecutors accused FIFA president Sepp Blatter of making a "disloyal payment" of $2m (£1. 6m) to Mr Platini. Swiss attorney general, Michael Lauber [de], stated: "We didn't interview Mr Platini as a witness, that's not true. We investigated against him in between as a witness and an accused person".  Both Platini and Sepp Blatter were banned from football-related activity. Platini appealed to Court of Arbitration for Sports, which lowered the six-year ban to four years. He further appealed to Swiss courts and the European Court of Human Rights but the courts rejected his appeals.
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^ Including the Soviet Union. ^ Including Czechoslovakia. ^ Including Yugoslavia. ^ a b There was no third place match in 1930; The United States and Yugoslavia lost in the semi-finals. FIFA recognizes the United States as the third-placed team and Yugoslavia as the fourth-placed team using the overall records of the teams in the 1930 FIFA World Cup. ^ Austria qualified in 1938, but withdrew to play as part of Germany after being annexed. ^ a b c d FIFA considers that the national team of Russia succeeds the USSR, the national team of Serbia succeeds Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro, the national team of Czech Republic succeeds Czechoslovakia, and the national team of Germany succeeds West Germany and East Germany.