EUROPEAN SUPER LEAGUE matches are set to be made free to watch for all fans.
The controversial proposal could make a comeback after a court ruled that Fifa and Uefa acted unlawfully when they blocked its formation in 2021.
Following the decision from judges, Barcelona and Real Madrid expressed their delight that the plan is back on the table.
A22 Sports are the group behind the European Super League and their CEO Bernd Reichart promises all games will be broadcast free of charge for supporters.
He said: "The Uefa monopoly is over. Football is free.
"Clubs are now free from the threat of sanction and free to determine their own futures.
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"For fans, we propose free viewing of all Super League matches.
"For club, revenues and solidarity spending will be guaranteed."
English clubs are set to be BANNED from the ESL due to government legislation.
This is following the fan-led review and soon to begin independent regulator that has put in place to manage the beautiful game in the UK and block sides from breaking away to other divisions.
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Meanwhile, A22 Sports have released their potential format of the tournament that will replace the Champions, Europa and Conference Leagues.
It features 64 teams, three tiers, an end of season knockout phase, and no permanent members.
Real Madrid have backed the idea and their club statement read: "European club football is not and will never again be a monopoly.
"From today the clubs will be the masters of their destiny.
"In the face of the pressures that we have received for more than two years, law, reason and freedom prevail today. And for this reason, Real Madrid will continue working for the good of football.
"We once again have the duty and responsibility to give European football the new impetus it so badly needs.
"And to achieve this, we will continue to defend a modern project, fully compatible with national competitions, open to all, based on sporting merit and that will effectively impose respect for financial fair play."
A Barcelona statement added: "Barcelona wishes to express its satisfaction with the sentence of the European Court of Justice assessing the Super League project.
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"As one of the clubs driving the Super League project, Barcelona feels that the sentence paves the way for a new elite level football competition in Europe.
"Opposing the monopoly over the football world, and wishes to initiate new discussions as to the path that European competitions should take in the future."
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