The UK Government have refused to rule out stopping players involved in the Super League from getting work visas, or removing police funding for match days, adding that "all options are on the table" for stopping the breakaway.
The Premier League are holding an emergency meeting on Tuesday morning to thrash out a plan, with Manchester United, Manchester City and the other four runaways excluded from talks.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino joined UEFA by insisting that the Super League will be stopped, warning: "these clubs must live with the consequences."
After widespread condemnation of the plans, led by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, who batted away suggestions of greed on Monday, Downing Street have released a statement further signalling their intent to bring an end to the Super League project.
"The Prime Minister and Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden met with representatives from the Football Association, the Premier League and football fan groups this morning to discuss action against the proposed European Super League," a statement released on Tuesday read.
"He expressed his solidarity with football fans and agreed they must always be at the heart of any decisions about the future of the game.
"He reiterated his unwavering support for the football authorities and confirmed they have the government’s full backing to take whatever action necessary to put a stop to these plans.
"All attendees agreed that action was necessary to protect the fairness and open competition we expect to see in football, and to uphold the fundamental principle that any club should have the chance to play and win against the biggest players in the game.
"The Prime Minister confirmed the government will not stand by while a small handful of owners create a closed shop.
"He was clear that no action is off the table and the government is exploring every possibility, including legislative options, to ensure these proposals are stopped."
Downing Street has also not ruled out stopping players of clubs involved in the breakaway league from getting work visas, or withdrawing police funding for match days.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesman said: “All these options are on the table at the moment.
“We will be working both to see what options are available to Government and we will be speaking direct, as the Prime Minister has done this morning with the Premier League, FA and others to see what collective action might be possible here.”