G-14 European Football Clubs Grouping (G-14)
2000-09-22 Brussels Belgium
22 Sep 2000, Brussels (Belgium). A grouping of the type F-XE0630 - European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG). Ceased to exist Feb 2008, when it was replaced by E-XM3602 - European Club Association (ECA). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Achieve a fair, open and proportionate role for clubs in the decision making processes which govern football; enhance prosperity of members and other professional clubs; protect the quality and competitiveness of the international club game; define the continuity of the sport's values and its place in society; build and promote cooperation and unity amongst member clubs; promote and improve the quality of international club football and safeguard the general interests of member clubs; promote understanding amongst FIFA, UEFA and other institutions of the needs and rights of professional football clubs, especially in relation to competition format, administration and operation of international club competitions.
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Plenary Meeting (4 a year). Management Committee, including Chairman and 4 Vice-Chairmen.
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