Article 64 Written representation prior to the licensing decision - Club Licensing

UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Sustainability Regulations

Content Type
Technical Regulations
Specific Regulations
Club Licensing
Enforcement Date
1 July 2023

The licence applicant must submit written representation to the licensor within the seven days prior to the start of the First Instance Body’s decision-making process, as defined by the licensor in accordance with Article 10.


The licence applicant must confirm:

  1. that all documents submitted to the licensor are complete, accurate and in compliance with these regulations;

  2. whether or not any significant change or similar event has occurred in relation to its licensing application or any of the club licensing criteria;

  3. whether or not any event or condition of major economic importance has occurred that may have an adverse impact on the licence applicant’s financial position since the balance sheet date of the preceding audited annual financial statements and reviewed interim financial statements (if so, the management representations letter must include a description of the nature of the event or condition and an estimate of its financial effect, or a statement that such an estimate cannot be made);

  4. whether or not the licence applicant and, if different, the registered member or any parent company of the licence applicant included in the reporting perimeter is seeking or has received protection from its creditors pursuant to laws or regulations within the 12 months preceding the licence season.


Approval by the licence applicant’s management must be evidenced by way of a signature on behalf of the executive body of the licence applicant.