Article 43 Screens and footage of matches - Futsal Champions League

Regulations of the UEFA Futsal Champions League

Content Type
Competition Regulations
Enforcement Date
1 May 2024

Simultaneous transmissions, replays and delayed footage of the match being played may be transmitted on the hall’s giant screen provided that the host has obtained all the necessary third-party permission to transmit such footage, including permission from the UEFA match delegate, the host broadcaster producing the live international feed of the match and any relevant local authorities. However, the host must ensure that replays and delayed footage are shown on the giant screen during the match only when the ball is out of play and/or during the half-time interval, time-outs and/or the break before any extra time or penalty shoot-out. Moreover, the host must ensure that any footage shown on the giant screen under no circumstances includes any images that:

  1. may have an impact on the playing of the match;

  2. may be reasonably considered as controversial insofar as they are likely to encourage or incite any form of crowd disorder;

  3. may display any public disorder, civil disobedience or any commercial and/or offensive material within the crowd or on the pitch;

  4. consist of any action or any behaviour that is against the principles of fair play, including any images that are aimed at highlighting, directly or indirectly, any foul or potential mistake of a referee;

  5. are accompanied by sound.

Video support replays cannot be shown on existing screens in the hall, unless UEFA decides otherwise.

Simultaneous transmissions and replays of the match are authorised for press monitors and closed-circuit channels. The results of other matches can be shown on the scoreboard and/or giant screen during the match.


During the finals, simultaneous or delayed transmissions on public screens outside the hall in which a match is played (e.g. in another hall of the host or in a public place anywhere) may be authorised, subject to:

  1. a licence being granted by UEFA,

  2. authorisation being granted by the rights-holding broadcaster in the territory of the screening and the public authorities.


The UEFA administration determines the conditions governing all scoreboard and giant screen transmissions during the finals.