Real Madrid and Barcelona and Juventus are the only clubs out of 12 original teams to still openly back the creation of the European Super League competition.
The move could eventually lead to disciplinary action restarting against the rebel clubs after it was abandoned on Monday night.
The UEFA Appeals Body has declared today the proceedings against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus null and void as if it had never been opened.
The three clubs are facing a ban from the Champions League for refusing to renounce the Super League project.
Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid won a ruling from a Spanish court in April that they could not be punished by Switzerland-based UEFA and FIFA
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester clubs United and City were part of the ill-fated bid to join the breakaway competition in April
Man Utd executive co-chairman Joel Glazer has pledged to "invest in the transfer market" and promised fans they will have more say in the club's running.
Andrea Agnelli reiterated his belief that reform is needed in European football, insisting Super League plans were not a coup
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona have 'paralysed themselves' with their persistence with Super League plans.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are the remaining holdouts among 12 founders of the failed European Super League and have refused to renounce the project
The announcement from UEFA could result in heavy punishments for Spanish titans Barca and Madrid and Italian heavyweights Juventus.
Gianni Infantino vowed FIFA would protect football from competitions that are 'wrong' and denied encouraging the proposed European Super League
Tottenham, who say they support a government review of football governance, will set up a fan body as part of a supporter engagement drive
While AC Milan and Inter Milan backed out of the ill-fated bid to form a breakaway European Super League, Juventus remain the lone holdout in Italy
Supporters of Manchester United have gathered inside Old Trafford in an apparent attempt to disrupt preparations for the Liverpool game
Following the Super League fallout, Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has attempted to re-assure disgruntled supporters.
Swedish billionaire Daniel Ek has reiterated a desire to buy Arsenal despite the incumbent owners, the Kroenke family, saying its not for sale.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta feels a line has been drawn following the statement released by the club's owners.
Spotify's billionaire founder Daniel Ek is reportedly ready to launch a takeover bid for Arsenal but Stan Kroenke is not looking to sell
Juventus have not withdrawn from the European Super League and now run the risk of losing their Serie A membership
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has joined Arsene Wenger in condemning the club's owners over their attempt to join the European Super League
English clubs who pulled out of the European Super League are different to the rest of those involved, says UEFA chief
Manchester City head coach Guardiola revealed he voiced his concerns with the European Super League internally.
Florentino Perez indicated the Super League could be revived "in the near future" as he claimed clubs remain signed up to the competition
The European Super League was not a project Ole Gunnar Solskjaer liked and he is glad clubs must continue to "earn" their place in Europe.