Article 37 Football technologies - Women's Champions League

Regulations of the UEFA Women's Champions League

Content Type
Competition Regulations
Enforcement Date
1 May 2024

Certain football technologies may be used, if decided by UEFA, in accordance with the IFAB Laws of the Game and the relevant FIFA Quality Programmes.


Each club authorises UEFA and UEFA’s suppliers to install the football technologies approved by UEFA for the competition in its stadium. The club and the stadium owner/operator must cooperate with UEFA and its suppliers and provide them with reasonable access to the stadium and stadium facilities at all times for this purpose (including for all purposes relating to the FIFA Quality Programme certifications). The club must not use or move, and must ensure that no third party other than UEFA or its suppliers uses or moves, any of the equipment or cabling installed at its stadium in connection with the approved football technologies.


The club is responsible for ensuring the integrity and security of any equipment installed by UEFA and/or its suppliers in the stadium between UEFA competition matches. If any equipment is moved and/or damaged between matches, the club may be held liable for the cost of repair and/or replacement as well as any related costs (e.g. recertification) of the equipment in question. If the club, stadium owner or stadium operator need to move any such equipment for any construction/renovation work, other events in the stadium or for any other reason, the club may be liable for the costs of removal, reinstallation and, if necessary, recertification, even if such removal is carried out by UEFA and/or its suppliers at the club’s request and/or with the club’s agreement.


Host clubs may use pre-installed and certified GLT systems, subject to UEFA’s approval and the visiting club’s consent. The host club remains fully responsible for the operation of the system and bears all the associated costs.