Girona officially received permission to play in the UEFA Champions League

Last season, Girona achieved outstanding results, finishing third in La Liga, just behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.
This remarkable finish secured the Catalan club a spot in the group stage of the Champions League, marking their
first-ever participation in a European competition.

However, Girona’s qualification raised concerns due to UEFA’s regulations regarding club ownership. Both Manchester
City and Girona are part of the City Football Group, and UEFA rules prohibit two clubs owned by the same entity from
competing in the same European competition.

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To resolve this, Girona had to make significant structural adjustments to comply with UEFA’s requirements.
to Marca, the club successfully made these changes and satisfied UEFA’s conditions, allowing Girona to participate
in the upcoming Champions League season.

This situation is not unprecedented. A similar issue occurred with Manchester United and Nice following the 2015/16
season when both clubs qualified for the Europa League and were partially owned by INEOS. They had to make the necessary adjustments to meet UEFA’s regulations.

With these changes, Girona is now set to embark on their historic journey in the Champions League, representing a significant milestone for the club.

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