The host’s obligations commence one day before the first match of the mini-tournament and end one day after the last match.
In principle, the host retains its revenue and bears all organisational costs (including any and all taxes, levies and charges).
The host association is responsible for any travel expenses and daily allowances of the timekeeper which it has appointed.
The host pays for the board and lodging of all participating teams (for a maximum of 21 persons per delegation, i.e. 14 players and 7 team officials), and for any costs related to their transport within the host’s territory.
To assist in covering the costs of the mini-tournaments UEFA makes the following contributions:
€10,000 per mini-tournament participant;
an additional contribution based on the host country's gross national income per capita, according to the categorisation of the UEFA member associations:
€10,000 for a category 1 host country;
€12,500 for a category 2 host country;
€15,000 for a category 3 host country.
The host association pays the cost of the board and lodging of the referee team, the UEFA match delegate, the UEFA referee observer and any other appointed official, as well as their transport costs within the territory of the association concerned. The international travel expenses and daily allowances of these persons are borne by UEFA.