Article 27 Match sheet - Super Cup

Regulations of the UEFA Super Cup

Content Type
Competition Regulations
Category
Clubs
Subject
SCUP
Edition
2021
Language
English (United Kingdom)
Enforcement Date
1 July 2021
27.01

Before the match, each team must indicate in the match sheet the numbers, first names, surnames and, if applicable, shirt names of the 23 players in the squad, together with the first names, surnames and functions of the officials seated on the substitutes’ bench and on the additional technical seats. The goalkeepers and team captain must be identified. Players must wear the shirt and short numbers as indicated on the match sheet.

27.02

The 11 players indicated on the match sheet as forming the starting 11 must commence the match. The other players are designated as substitutes.

27.03

Each team must have its match sheet validated by its competent club official and submit it at least 75 minutes before kick-off.

27.04

Up to five of the substitutes listed on each team’s match sheet may take part in the match. Exceptionally, a sixth substitute listed on the match sheet may take part in knockout matches exclusively during extra time. Each team may use a maximum of three stoppages in play to make substitutions (one additional stoppage in extra-time can be used). Substitutions made before the start of the match, during half-time, between the end of normal playing time and extra time, and at half-time during extra time do not reduce the number of stoppages in play that can be used. A player who has been substituted may take no further part in the match.

27.05

After the validated match sheets have been submitted no changes are allowed. Before the match has kicked off, the following exceptions are possible:

  1. If any of the players indicated on the match sheet as forming the starting 11 cannot start the match due to physical incapacity, they may be replaced by one of the substitutes listed on the match sheet. The substitute in question may then be replaced by a registered player not previously listed on the match sheet, so that the quota of substitutes is not reduced.

  2. If any of the substitutes listed on the match sheet cannot be fielded due to physical incapacity, they may be replaced by a registered player not previously listed on the match sheet.

  3. If none of the goalkeepers listed on the match sheet can be fielded due to physical incapacity, they may be replaced by registered goalkeepers not previously listed on the match sheet.

The club concerned must, upon request, provide the UEFA administration with the necessary medical certificates.