Any protective equipment used by players must be of a single colour, in principle the colour of the shirt (elbow pads) or the colour of the shorts (knee pads). Alternatively, such equipment may be black or white. It must not protrude excessively and must be free of team and manufacturer identification, sponsor logos and any other words or images.
For the final tournament, the special equipment provided to each participating association must be used, to the exclusion of any similar items.
Captain's armbands branded with a UEFA social responsibility campaign must be worn if provided by UEFA.
For the final tournament, only warm-up bibs provided by UEFA may be used during official training sessions, for pre-match warm-ups and for substitute players' warm-ups.
For the final tournament, all non-playing attire and all special equipment used in the hall and not provided by UEFA must be free of any manufacturer identification or sponsor advertising except where expressly stated otherwise in the UEFA Equipment Regulations. This provision applies:
during any activities in the hall on the day before the match;
at any official training session before any match;
during any media activities (in particular for interviews, press conferences and appearances in the mixed zone);
on the day of any match, from arrival at the hall until departure from the hall.