Big news broke on Sunday night that plans for a European Super League were going ahead.
Twelve of the biggest clubs in Europe signed up for the new competition, with three others set to join them as founding clubs and five slots open to others to qualify for each season.
Arsenal are among six clubs from England to sign up to the new competition, alongside three from Italy and three from Spain.
The new midweek tournament would mean an end to Champions League and Europa League participation for the clubs involved.
The supporters trusts of our three big clubs – Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham – all of whom have signed up to be involved in the Super League, have joined forces to condemn the proposals.
And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has indicated that he would like to block the move too.
And we’re giving you the opportunity to tell Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke – and all the other owners of the big six clubs in England – what you really think of the plans for a breakaway league.
We have set up a European Super League survey above and would like you to tell us and the clubs what you think of the plans.
Talks are still ongoing between the clubs, who have now left the European Clubs Association, the Premier League and UEFA.