Both clubs must make their training session on the day before the match fully open to the media in accordance with the schedule agreed in advance with UEFA. These training sessions take place at the match stadium, unless otherwise agreed with UEFA in advance and may be broadcast live.
If a club does not hold a full training session on the day before the match, alternative arrangements must be made in agreement with UEFA to provide the media with access of the team's preparation.
Each club must hold a pre-match press conference the day before the match at the match stadium. Each press conference must be attended by at least the head coach/manager of the team plus one or, preferably, two players. If their head coach/manager is suspended for the match, clubs have the option of replacing him at the pre-match press conference with the assistant coach. The two press conferences must be arranged by the two clubs and UEFA together and start between 12.00 and 20.00 local time. Press conferences may be broadcast live.
Each club must make its head coach and one player available the day before each of its matches for a short interview with the main audiovisual rights holder of the country of the club. In addition, each club must make its head coach or a key player available to the main audiovisual rights holder of the country of the opposing club. If the main audiovisual rights holder of the country of either club does not take up this opportunity, UEFA may conduct the interview(s) in order to make the content available to all audiovisual rights holders.