Article 34 Match sheet - Women's Under-19

Regulations of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship

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Competition Regulations
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National teams
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WU19
FullSeasonYears
2020/21
EnforcementDate
13 July 2020
34.01

Before matches, teams must indicate in the relevant match sheet the numbers, full names, dates of birth and, if applicable, shirt names of the 20 players in the squad, together with the full names and functions of the officials sitting on or next to the substitutes’ bench. The goalkeepers and team captain must be identified. Players must wear the shirt and short numbers as indicated on the match sheet. The match sheet must be validated by the competent association official.

34.02

The 11 players indicated on the match sheet as forming the starting 11 must commence the match. The other players are designated as substitutes.

34.03

Both teams must submit their validated match sheets at least 75 minutes before kick-off.

34.04

Up to a maximum of five of the substitutes listed on each team’s match sheet may take part in the match. Each team may use a maximum of three stoppages in play for substitutions. In the event of extra time, each team may use a maximum of four stoppages in play for substitutions, provided that at least one of them occurs in extra time. Substitutions made during half-time, in the intervals before extra time and at half-time during extra time do not reduce the number of stoppages in play that can be used. A player who has been substituted may take no further part in the match.

34.05

After the validated match sheets have been submitted no changes are allowed. Before the match has kicked off, the following exceptions are possible:

  1. If any of the ten starting outfield players listed on the match sheet cannot start the match due to physical incapacity, she may be replaced by one of the substitutes listed on the match sheet. The replaced player is taken off the match sheet and the quota of substitute players is reduced accordingly for the match in question. During the match, five players may still be substituted.

  2. If any of the substitute outfield players listed on the match sheet cannot be fielded due to physical incapacity, she may not be replaced, which means that the quota of substitute outfield players is reduced accordingly for the match in question.

  3. If the starting goalkeeper listed on the match sheet cannot be fielded due to physical incapacity, she may be replaced by one of the substitutes listed on the match sheet. The replaced goalkeeper may, however, still be used as a substitute goalkeeper. If this is not possible she may be replaced by a goalkeeper not on the player list.

  4. If the substitute goalkeeper cannot be fielded due to physical incapacity, she may be replaced by a goalkeeper not on the player list.

The association concerned must, upon request, provide the UEFA administration with the necessary medical certificates.