Mostbet: Today UEFA and CONMEBOL signed a new expanded Memorandum of Understanding until June 30, 2028. The previous Memorandum of Understanding was signed in February 2020 and fully justified itself.

The terms of the original agreement remain in force, but the updated Memorandum of Understanding also includes a number of provisions concerning the opening of a joint UEFA/ConMEBOL office in London and the potential organization of various soccer events.

The first, the June 1, 2022 Finalissima in London, will feature EURO 2020 winner Italy and America’s Cup 2021 champion Argentina.

A joint office of the two organizations in London will open in 2022.

UEFA President Alexander Ceferin:

We are delighted to continue developing an excellent relationship with CONMEBOL. Our strong desire to act together in promoting soccer and the benefits it brings to society is further reflected in the new Memorandum of Understanding.

UEFA and CONMEBOL have a long tradition of cooperation, as evidenced over the years by competitions such as the Artemio Franco Cup and the Intercontinental Cup. Now it is with great pride and to the joy of soccer fans around the world that we announce the relaunching of such a prestigious tournament at national team level.

We look forward strongly to new opportunities together and look forward to the Finalissima in June 2022 in London.

I want to thank Alejandro Domínguez for his dedicated involvement in this project and his outstanding work at the head of South American soccer.

Mostbet: CONMEBOL President Alejandro Dominguez:

We are immensely pleased with the benefits we are reaping together with UEFA thanks to the excellent relationship between the two organizations. By signing the new expanded Memorandum of Understanding, we are laying the foundations for further growth and development of our ongoing cooperation.

The finals between Argentina and Italy on June 1 in London will be joined by other top-level sports competitions, as is the tradition of South American and European soccer. The opening of our joint office will allow us to quickly and energetically carry out new projects for the benefit of millions of soccer fans on our continents and around the world.

I would like to thank the members of the CONMEBOL Council, who supported this initiative with the utmost determination, and especially UEFA President Alexander Ceferin and his team of staff, with whom we share a vision of the strategic importance of our alliance.