UEFA have decided not to punish the 12 clubs that signed up for the European Super League.
This follows the football body’s executive committee meeting on Friday.
UEFA chiefs have chosen not to throw out any of those involved out of this season’s Champions League and Europa League competitions or ban them from next year’s tournaments.
Most of the 12 clubs have pulled out of the proposed breakaway competition, except Real Madrid and Barcelona.
On Friday morning, American investment bank JP Morgan pulled their £3.5billion backing of the Super League.
It had been claimed that Real Madrid and Juventus would be punished strongest by UEFA.
But a statement from UEFA on Friday read: “In addition, the UEFA Executive Committee was updated on the latest developments regarding the so-called “Super League” including the options available to UEFA and the steps it is considering taking.”