The Hungarian capital, Budapest, hosted the 29th edition of the European Club Association General Assembly on March 27 and 28, 2023, with the participation of more than 300 members and guests. Over the course of two days, the meeting saw working groups, sub-section meetings and plenary plenary sessions, where members engaged in detailed discussions on a wide range of policy issues related to European football, including the distribution of UEFA club competition revenues, the international match calendar, and the social agenda. and environmental for club football, women’s football and others. In his keynote speech, Mr. Nasser Al-Khelaifi, President of the European Clubs Association, called on the football community to focus on future prospects, noting that there are new bold plans regarding financial prosperity and profit distribution, as well as important reforms in the areas of membership and governance and the strengthening of institutional relations, which will lead to The interest of the entire football sector system. Al-Khelaifi, President of the European Clubs Association, and Gianni Infantino, President of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer), signed a renewed memorandum of understanding between the two bodies, aiming to strengthen the relationship between the two parties. The members of the General Assembly unanimously agreed to expand the Association’s network to include 500 men’s and women’s clubs, and the number of members eligible for board seats increases by more than three times, and board seats for women’s clubs are set to be established for the first time ever.