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Before kick off in the UEFA Champions League match between Real Madrid C.F. and SSC Napoli, Sergio Ramos presents a cheque for €100,000 to the International Committee of the Red Cross on behalf of UEFA.
The money supports a vital football rehabilitation project in Afghanistan for landmine victims.
Last night, Aleksander Čeferin got a behind the scenes tour of Parc des Princes from PSG - Paris Saint-Germain President Nasser Al Khelaifi before attending his first UEFA Champions League match as UEFA President.
To celebrate 10 years of UEFA support for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), we gave ICRC players in Afghanistan the chance to interview Real Madrid C.F. captain Sergio Ramos.
Sergio will present a €100,000 cheque on behalf of UEFA to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) at tomorrow night's UEFA Champions League game between Real Madrid C.F. and SSC Napoli.... View details ⇨
"It doesn't matter what nationality you are. We're all human beings and we're all exactly the same. We all want the same thing, especially in football: we all want to be successful. Whether they're in your team or against you, at the end of the day it's all about respect."
UEFA Champions League final ambassador Ian Rush on the uniting power of football
The UEFA Executive Committee has just unanimously approved a series of good governance reform proposals presented by UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin at its meeting at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
"UEFA funding remains so important in helping to increase participation in women's and girls' football, an area which remains in the ascendancy and which is a key priority for the English FA. This support is crucial in helping double the number of registered players, and provides more girls with the opportunity to play, particularly those from minority communities."
"Women's football is played faster than before, and the quality of play is definitely higher than before, so the referees today are also better athletes than before. We are very happy about this. Also, their ability to read a match is getting higher and higher. So they are coping with the increased level of women's football."