A.1 Medical records - Medical

UEFA Medical Regulations

Content Type
Technical Regulations
Specific Regulations
English (United Kingdom)
Enforcement Date
1 July 2022


A player’s medical record must include the following information:

  1. History of any of the following medical conditions in the player’s immediate family (i.e. parents or siblings):

    • hypertension, stroke;

    • heart conditions including sudden cardiac death;

    • vascular problems including varicose veins and deep venous thrombosis;

    • diabetes;

    • allergies, asthma;

    • cancer, blood diseases;

    • chronic joint or muscle problems;

    • hormonal problems;

  2. The player's complete medical history, indicating whether the player has ever suffered any of the following:

    • heart problems, arrhythmia, syncope;

    • concussion;

    • allergies, asthma;

    • recurrent infections;

    • other major diseases;

    • major injuries causing surgery, hospitalisation and/or absence from football of more than one month;

  3. Details of complaints currently suffered by the player, including any of the following:

    • general (muscle or joint) pain;

    • chest pain, dyspnoea, palpitation, arrhythmia;

    • dizziness, syncope;

    • flu-like symptoms including coughing and expectoration;

    • loss of appetite, weight loss;

    • sleeplessness;

    • gastrointestinal upset;

  4. Details of any medication or supplements the player is taking, and any TUEs that the player has been granted;

  5. The player’s complete vaccination record;

  6. The results of all cardiological examinations.