ECA meeting set to decide European football format from 2024

The European Club Association are set to meet in Geneva on Tuesday to decide exactly what the future of European soccer will look like from 2024.
UEFA had proposed a built in Champions League arrangement with four groups of eight clubs, as opposed to the eight groups of four that exist right now. That would imply 14 matches with a few of those fittings to be played in the weekend.
There are suggestions 24 of the 32 teams would be guaranteed places at the competition for the next season, however well they achieved .
The plans are met from fan groups, leagues and executives. Premier League clubs voiced their worries, this season.
It is known there are worries that the changes would lead to calendars, along with leagues having to alter some fixtures. There is also a sense many want merit-based qualification .
Therefore, it is thought any modifications will be far less radical than anything envisaged and the ECA will rethink the original proposals.
European games with a more competitive environment and high quality at all levels
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