Media equipment and personnel may not obstruct the view or movement of, or cause confusion for referees, players or coaches.
All media representatives must respect the needs of other media colleagues. For example, adequate positions for photographers must be available alongside audiovisual rights-holder cameras behind the advertising boards, in principle behind each goal, and media working areas must not be disturbed during the match by audiovisual rights-holder technical personnel or photographers.
Media must respect the needs of the players and coaches. Interviews may be conducted only in areas defined and approved by UEFA. Reporters must not approach players or coaches for interviews or comments during play.
Media equipment and personnel should not obstruct the spectators’ view of the field of play. Media cameras should not record the crowd in a manner which could cause any dangerous activity.
Any media equipment and personnel must be positioned in such a way that they do not present any danger for players or the referee team. The field of play itself must always be kept free of cameras, cables and media personnel. Typical media equipment locations are set out inand in .