UEFA has consulted today with its 55 associated federations the format for concluding European competitions and also the classification criteria for next season’s edition. No firm conclusion has been reached, since the organization wants to consult earlier, regarding the schedule, with the leagues, the ECA and FIFPro. Regarding the classification criteria, it will be one of the discussion points in the Executive Committee scheduled for this Thursday. But these criteria would be applicable only in “exceptional cases” in which the national competitions could not be concluded, something that UEFA does not contemplate at the moment beyond “special situations”.UEFA ranking. Regarding the classification criteria, lUEFA has asked its federations to offer it a list of the teams that should play next year in Europe in the event that the national championships cannot be concluded. Some countries prefer to avoid this commitment, and propose that the list be made with the UEFA coefficient. In the case of Spain, if the criteria of the RFEF, and whenever the Championship could not be concluded or restarted, the Royal Society would gofourth place, but if you chose to go to the ranking, the classified would be Atlético. The organization published a statement in which it reveals that “it was strongly recommended that the national league and cup competitions be terminated, although it is understood that there may be some special cases. Taking this into account, UEFA is currently developing some guidelines regarding participation in its club competitions, with the aim of helping their member federations in the event that a league or cup is canceled. ” In other words, if national competitions are left unfinished, UEFA could endorse a common criterion.As for the calendar, in the talks this Tuesday there was also talk of the possibility of retake the Champions to the beat of the national championships but with a ‘final four’ formula or, failing that, concentrate the competition in August. There are also two possibilities that will be discussed on Thursday.