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On the evening of April 18th 2021, the founding members of the European Super League announced its formation, shoving the world of football (soccer) into chaos and controversy. The advocates of this proposed breakaway competition argued that it was necessary to create a new competition that would generate more revenue and provide a more sustainable financial model for elite football clubs.
However, there was also widespread opposition to this proposal, Critics claimed that it was a greedy, elitist project that would destroy the traditional pyramid structure of European football and create a closed competition that would exclude other clubs and leagues.
As delegates in this committee, it is up to you to decide the fate of the footballing world. What are the potential political and financial implications of the European Super League for both participating and non-participating clubs? How are the fans going to react to this news? What are the imminent consequences of the European Super League for the wider football ecosystem? Delegates will be tasked with answering these questions in this football-focused crisis committee.
Arush Singhania is a Second Year majoring in Quantitative Sciences, Economics, and Business. This is his third semester as a part of EIRA's MUN team. Apart from Model UN, he is part of an esteemed consultancy club, 180DC, and enjoys playing soccer and tennis. He is also a huge Manchester United, Roger Federer, and Ferrari fan, and you will usually find him watching matches and F1 races during his free time (and sometimes during class as well).
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