Each club must appoint a dedicated English-speaking press officer to coordinate cooperation between the club, UEFA and the media in accordance with the present regulations. The club press officer must ensure that the media facilities provided by the club meet the required competition standards. The club press officer is also responsible for assisting UEFA in compiling editorial features before and during the season to help promote the competition, and for providing information on team schedules and news. The club press officer must be present at all matches to coordinate all media arrangements including pre-match and post-match press conferences and interviews. The visiting club’s press officer must send a full list of accreditation requests to the host club’s press officer no later than five days before the match. The club press officer must also ensure that all accreditation requests come from bona fide media.
Before the start of the season each club must, at UEFA’s request, (i) provide UEFA, free of charge, with individual player and head coach statistics and photographs, historical information and a photograph of its hall, and any further data requested by UEFA for promotional purposes; or (ii) make all or part of the above available for UEFA to produce its own material.
For further details on media matters, please refer to the relevant parts of the UEFA Futsal Champions League Club Manual.