Balls must comply with the FIFA Futsal Laws of the Game as well as with the UEFA Equipment Regulations.
Ten FIFA-approved balls must be provided by the host for qualifying competition matches and training sessions. The balls used for training sessions, pre-match warm-ups and matches must be the same.
For matches and training sessions during the final tournament, balls are supplied by UEFA.
No form of commercial advertising, whether real or virtual, is permitted on the goals or goal nets from the time the teams enter the field of play until they have left it at half-time or from the time the teams re-enter the field of play until the end of the match. Similarly, no extraneous equipment (such as cameras and microphones) may be attached to the goals or nets.
The UEFA European Futsal Championship centre board must be installed at all qualifying competition matches and positioned centrally in front of the main camera.
Substances that could affect or damage the playing surface or endanger the physical integrity of players are prohibited.