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|Motto||Great Football makes Great Things|
|Formation||6 June 2005|
|29 European Professional Football Leagues|
|English, French, German,|
Its members are the professional football leagues organisations of 24 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Romania, Ukraine, and Serbia. In addition, there are seven associate leagues representing some of these countries as well as Turkey.
Created in 1997, originally under the name Association of the European Union Premier Professional Football Leagues (EUPPFL). The name was changed from European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) to European Leagues in April 2018.
Members of EPFL in 2015:
|England||The Football League||2006||Championship |
|France||Union des Clubs Professionnels de Football||2008||–|
|Italy||Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie B||2011||Serie B|
|Italy||Lega Italiana Calcio Professionistico||2008||Campionato |
|Netherlands||Federatie Betaald Voetbal Organisaties||2008||–|
|Russia||Football National League||2011||First Division |
|Russia||Association Professional Football League||2007||Second Division (West / Centre |
/ South / Ural-Povolzhe / East)
|Turkey||Turkish Union of Clubs||2010||–|
Former EPFL members:
- Bulgarian Professional Football League (2007–2012, withdrew)
- Association of 1. SNL (2006–2012, changed object action)
- Professional Football League of Ukraine (1997–2008, replaced)
- Lega Serie A was established in 2010. The date of accession indicate the period during which the Lega was unified and the top two divisions of Italy, called Lega Calcio.
- According to the EPFL is a continuation of The Scottish Premier League
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