European Leagues visited the Serbian Super League in Belgrade

The General Secretary of the European Leagues Georg Pangl attended today the General Assembly of the Serbian Super League invited by President Dragomir Lazović and General Secretary Darko Ramovs. The meeting was also attended by Jovan Šurbatović, General Secretary of Serbian FA.

The two organizations met in Belgrade today and exchanged on European football matters such as the implementation of Video Assistant Referee (VAR), Competitive Balance in Serbian football, Data management and future areas of collaboration. They had the opportunity to share and identify new projects and activities with the common objective of further strengthening their relation.

Georg Pangl had the opportunity to give an update and brief the Serbian Clubs about both recent developments and upcoming decisions at European Club Competition level during the General Assembly.

The meeting will continue tomorrow morning during a working session programmed at the headquarters of the Serbian League.

The Serbian Super League was admitted as full Member of the European Leagues in 2010. The league comprises nowadays 16 clubs in the Super Liga and 16 clubs in the second division Prva Liga which compose the structure of professional football in Serbia.

 

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