Article 53 Responsibilities regarding media matters - Futsal World Cup Qualifiers

Regulations of the UEFA European Qualifying Competition for the 2024 FIFA Futsal World Cup

Content Type
Competition Regulations
English (United Kingdom)
Enforcement Date
1 December 2021

Each participating association must appoint an English-speaking team press officer to coordinate cooperation between the association and the media in accordance with UEFA’s rules and regulations. The team press officer must ensure that the media facilities provided by the host association meet the standards required for the match. Where requested, the team press officer assists UEFA in compiling editorial features and statistics to help promote the competition, and in providing information on teams and schedules. The team press officer must be present at all matches in order to coordinate all media arrangements, including training sessions and pre- and post-match press conferences and interviews, and to cooperate with the other team's press officer. The visiting team press officer must send a full list of media accreditation requests at least five working days before the match or mini-tournament to the host's press officer. Both team press officers must ensure that all accreditation requests come from bona fide media representatives.