Article 4 Duties of the clubs - Super Cup

Regulations of the UEFA Super Cup

Content Type
Competition Regulations
Enforcement Date
1 May 2023

Participating clubs agree:

  1. to play in accordance with the present regulations and to field their strongest team;

  2. to play all matches under the direction of a head coach who holds the minimum coaching qualification as defined in the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Sustainability Regulations, who is confirmed as the head coach by the relevant national association and who is responsible for the following matters: selection, tactics and training of the team squad and management of the players and technical staff in the dressing room and the technical area before, during and after the match;

  3. to comply with all decisions regarding the competition taken by the UEFA Executive Committee, the UEFA administration or any other competent body and communicated appropriately (by UEFA circular letter or by official letter or email);

  4. to observe the UEFA Safety and Security Regulations;

  5. to comply with the monitoring requirements as set out in the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Sustainability Regulations;

  6. to indemnify, defend and hold UEFA, its subsidiaries and any LOS and all of their officers, directors, employees, representatives, agents and other auxiliary persons free and harmless against any and all liabilities, obligations, losses, damages, penalties, claims, actions, fines and expenses (including reasonable legal expenses) of whatsoever kind or nature resulting from, arising out of, or attributable to any non-compliance by the club or any of its players, officials, employees, representatives or agents with these regulations;

  7. to confirm in writing that they themselves, as well as their players and officials, comply with the IFAB Laws of the Game promulgated by the International Football Association Board (IFAB) and agree to respect the statutes (including the principles of fair play as defined therein), regulations, protocols, directives and decisions of UEFA;

  8. to confirm in writing that they themselves, as well as their players and officials, agree to recognise the jurisdiction of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland, as defined in the relevant provisions of the UEFA Statutes and agree that any proceedings before the CAS concerning admission to, participation in or exclusion from the competition will be held in an expedited manner in accordance with the CAS Code of Sports-related Arbitration and with the directions issued by the CAS, including for provisional or super-provisional measures, to the explicit exclusion of any state court;

  9. to cooperate with UEFA at any time – and in particular at the end of the match – in the collection of items from the game and players' personal items that could be used by UEFA to create a memorabilia collection to illustrate the heritage of the competition, to the exclusion of any commercial use;

  10. not to represent UEFA or the competition without UEFA’s prior written approval.


The club may use its name and/or logo provided all the following requirements are satisfied:

  1. The name is mentioned in the statutes of the club;

  2. If required by national law, the name/logo is registered with the chamber of commerce or equivalent body;

  3. The name/logo is registered with the club's association and used in national competitions;

  4. The name/logo does not refer to the name of a commercial partner. Exceptions to this rule may be granted by the UEFA administration in case of particular hardship (e.g. long-term existing name, etc.) at the reasoned request of the club concerned.

If so requested, the club must provide the UEFA administration with the necessary evidence.