Article 32 Charity logos on attire - Equipment

UEFA Equipment Regulations

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Technical Regulations
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Specific Regulations
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Equipment
EnforcementDate
1 June 2018
32.01

A team participating in a UEFA club competition may display one single logo of a charitable organisation on its playing shirts and/or non-playing attire tops.

32.02

The team must provide a duly signed declaration in which the charitable organisation concerned confirms that it:

  1. is a not-for-profit organisation duly registered in any country;

  2. is an apolitical organisation and does not openly take any political stance;

  3. pursues its objectives without any discrimination on account of politics, gender, religion, race or any other reason;

  4. has a financial report audited and published in accordance with international standards;

  5. will not offer or give to the team any financial or other form of compensation or recompense for allowing its charity logo to appear on the playing shirts;

  6. has duly registered its charity logo in an official state register and allows the team to use it;

  7. has concluded a written agreement with the team defining the rights and duties of each party;

  8. agrees to provide relevant information to the UEFA administration upon request.

32.03

The same declaration must contain a confirmation by the team that it:

  1. has assessed the charitable organisation concerned and come to the conclusion that it fulfils the requirements of Paragraph 32.02 a) to d);

  2. will not receive any financial or other form of compensation or recompense for allowing the registered logo of the charitable organisation to appear on its playing shirts;

  3. has concluded a written agreement with the charitable organisation defining the rights and duties of each party;

  4. will immediately update the UEFA administration about any change to the written agreement with the charitable organisation.

32.04

The UEFA administration may at any time ask the team to provide it with the statutes of the charitable organisation and/or a copy of its written agreement with the charitable organisation in order to assess for itself whether the aforementioned criteria are met. Should such an assessment reveal that one or more of these criteria is not met, the UEFA administration may decide at any time that the charity logo may no longer appear on the playing shirts of the team concerned.

32.05

Charity logos may be used on the playing shirt in one of the following positions only:

  1. as an alternative to the team name within the collar zone on the back of the shirt (maximum size of 20cm²);

  2. as an alternative to the team name below the number on the back of the shirt (maximum size of 100cm²);

  3. in the space reserved for the shirt sponsor, alone or in combination with a shirt sponsor logo (maximum cumulative size of 200cm²).

32.06

Charity logos may be used on non-playing attire tops in one of the following positions only:

  1. as an alternative to a sponsor logo on anthem jackets (maximum size of 20cm²);

  2. as an alternative to a sponsor logo on all other playing attire tops (maximum size of 200cm²).