Dutch clubs have discontinued conversations about BeNeLiga
The Dutch top clubs - Ajax, PSV, Feyenoord, FC Utrecht, Vitesse and AZ - determined on Wednesday that there is insufficient support among them and the other Dutch clubs to set up the BeNeLiga.
In recent months, serious research has been carried out into whether a BeNeLiga with a 'split season model' was feasible. A Netherlands-Belgian delegation had a meeting about this with the top of UEFA at the beginning of March, led by chairman Aleksander Čeferin.
The Dutch top clubs are now stopping the project, because the necessary support within Dutch football is lacking. Dutch football is now continuing to refine the business plan as one of the next steps towards realizing the NL League.