To be eligible to participate in the competition, clubs must:
have qualified for the competition on sporting merit;
fill in the official entry documents (i.e. all documents containing the information deemed necessary by the UEFA administration for ascertaining compliance with the admission criteria), which must reach the UEFA administration within the deadline set by the latter and communicated in due course through a circular letter sent to all associations;
confirm in writing that they themselves, as well as their players and officials, comply with the FIFA Futsal Laws of the Game and agree to respect the statutes (including the principles of fair play as defined therein), regulations, directives and decisions of UEFA;
confirm in writing that they themselves, as well as their players and officials, agree to recognise the jurisdiction of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland, as defined in the relevant provisions of the UEFA Statutes and agree that any proceedings before the CAS concerning admission to, participation in or exclusion from the competition will be held in an expedited manner in accordance with the CAS Code of Sports-related Arbitration and with the directions issued by the CAS, including for provisional or super-provisional measures, to the explicit exclusion of any state court.
A club which is not admitted to the competition is replaced by the next best-placed club in the top domestic futsal league of the same association, provided it fulfils the admission criteria.
The UEFA administration decides on admission to the competition. Such decisions are final.