Article 71 Other requirements - Women's Champions League

Regulations of the UEFA Women's Champions League

Content Type
Competition Regulations
English (United Kingdom)
Enforcement Date
2 February 2022

Only UEFA logos and the logos of the partners may be displayed at press conferences, flash interviews and in mixed zones at UEFA Women’s Champions League matches. In accordance with Chapter X, the clothing of all players, coaches and team personnel participating in press conferences and/or interviews must be in compliance with the UEFA Equipment Regulations.


The clubs produce posters, tickets and official printed matter in connection with the UEFA Women's Champions League, but only in a manner approved by UEFA and in accordance with UEFA’s ticketing policy. When posters, tickets and official printed matter connected with UEFA Women's Champions League matches are being designed, due attention must be paid to ensuring that any advertising overprint is solely that of the partners. All printed matter must be produced in accordance with the guidelines laid down by UEFA.


For every UEFA Women’s Champions League match, the clubs undertake to provide UEFA with the following numbers of complimentary tickets to the VIP area, including hospitality, for UEFA and the partners:

  • Group matches: 30

  • Quarter-finals: 50

  • Semi-finals: 50.

If the home club is unable to provide all such tickets within its hospitality facilities at the stadium, it must propose an alternative solution, at its own expense, for UEFA's approval.

In addition, the clubs undertake to provide UEFA with the opportunity to purchase additional VIP tickets or category 1 tickets including hospitality at retail price.


In addition, the clubs undertake to provide UEFA with the opportunity to purchase the following numbers of purchase category 1 tickets for UEFA and the partners for every UEFA Women’s Champions League match:

  • Group matches: 70

  • Quarter finals: 200

  • Semi-finals: 200.


All tickets must be official UEFA Women's Champions League tickets approved by UEFA prior to production.


UEFA and the partners may use tickets provided by the clubs for promotional purposes.


The clubs shall ensure that, as a minimum, the ticketing terms and conditions for those matches stipulate that:

  1. no person may conduct any promotional or commercial activity at the match stadium, without the prior written approval of UEFA;

  2. tickets must not be used for any commercial purposes such as for promotion, advertising, use as a prize in a competition/sweepstake, or as part of a hospitality or travel package without the prior written approval of UEFA;

  3. all people attending the match acknowledge that use may be made (free of charge) of their voice, image and/or likeness in still images and audio/visual transmissions relating to the match;

  4. no person attending the match may, without UEFA’s prior written approval, collect, record, transmit and/or exploit any sound, image, data, statistics and/or description of the match for any purpose other than for private use.


UEFA reserves the right to install and/or display competition branding and/or partner branding and/or to offer partner products at the club’s VIP hospitality area or any alternative hospitality area provided by the club.


A number of accreditations for partners, to be agreed upon, will be made available by UEFA, in conjunction with the home club. In every case, accreditation will ensure that all services can be provided before, during and after the match.


In principle, 10 parking places for each group stage match and 15 parking places for each quarter final and semi-final match must be provided, free of charge, to UEFA for use by partners. The number and category of parking places is decided upon by UEFA and the home club. These parking spaces should be in a prime position, wherever possible with easy access to the UEFA and partners’ area.


The clubs are responsible for dispatching tickets and hospitality and parking passes to UEFA and/or the partners in accordance with UEFA's instructions.


From the quarter final matches onwards, UEFA wants to use LED advertising boards.


During a site visit to each stadium, UEFA and/or a third party acting on its behalf assesses any existing LED advertising system in place. If it fulfils the technical specifications set by UEFA and is judged by UEFA to be of a high enough quality and reliability, the club shall provide access to such system, whether it is the club’s own or that of any third-party supplier, to UEFA. Once a system is considered suitable, a contract will be offered by UEFA, in which the club and/or the system owner assumes responsibility for the proper operation and functioning of the boards. In such circumstances, UEFA shall pay the club and/or the system owner a standard market rental fee for its LED advertising system including day rates for operational staff. Systems should be operated by the club including any artwork management, sequence preparation, on-site graphics control, match operation and reporting. The system, the controller and technicians would then work under the direction of UEFA’s venue team onsite. If necessary, a supervisor appointed by UEFA, will help with the implementation of UEFA partners’ rights onsite.


UEFA surveys each system and power set-up in advance. Systems that meet UEFA’s specifications must also be set-up in such a way as to conform with UEFA’s needs. This means one system, covering at least the touchline and both goal lines to the near 5.5m line. The system needs to be at least 80cm high, gaps in the corner are allowed. Boards must be fully visible from the main camera position, ideally running under the crossbar of each goal, or if need be, over the crossbar, but in no cases should the crossbar bisect the board artworks. Content should be fully legible under floodlights, and a system test to match artwork colours and calibrate the host broadcast main camera to those colours is required the day before the match in the evening, under full match light conditions.


The removal (and the subsequent re-installation) of any non-compliant system is the responsibility of the club and at the cost of the club; the clean stadium principles continue to apply. In every case, UEFA covers the operational staff costs and the cost of artwork adaptation and management.


Where the capacity and security of the pitchside power supply can be guaranteed, UEFA uses this existing power supply. Consumption costs are covered by the home club. Where the existing power capacity is insufficient or not reliable enough, or where there is no back-up power source in the case of semi-final venues, then UEFA may bring in, at its own cost, a dedicated twin-pack generator to guarantee the operation of the boards (save where the existing power supply does not meet EU standards, in which case the costs shall be covered by the home club).