Article 2 Definitions - Women's Under-19

Regulations of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship

FT_Competition_custom
National teams > Women's Under-19
FullSeasonYears
2020/21
EnforcementDate_custom
2020 > July
FT_ContentType
Competition Regulations
2.01

In these regulations, the use of the masculine form refers equally to the feminine, and vice versa.

2.02

In the context of these regulations, the following definitions apply:

  1. commercial rights: any and all commercial rights and opportunities in and in relation to the competition including media rights, marketing rights and data rights;

  2. data rights: the right to compile and exploit statistics and other data in relation to the competition;

  3. doping: the occurrence of one or more of the anti-doping rule violations set out in the UEFA Anti-Doping Regulations;

  4. host association: the association organising a qualifying match or the association designated by the UEFA Executive Committee to stage the final tournament;

  5. marketing rights: the right to advertise, promote, endorse and market the competition; to conduct public relations activities in relation to the competition; and to exploit all advertising, sponsorship, hospitality, licensing, merchandising, publishing, betting, gaming, retailing, music and franchising opportunities and all other commercial association rights (including through ticket promotions) in relation to the competition;

  6. media rights: the right to create, distribute and transmit on a linear and/or on-demand basis for reception at any time including on a live and/or delayed basis anywhere in the world by any and all means and in any and all media, whether now known or devised in the future (including all forms of television, radio, mobile, wireless and internet distribution), digital, audiovisual, visual and/or audio coverage of the competition and all associated and/or related rights, including fixed media, download and interactive rights.

2.03

In the context of these regulations, any phrase introduced by the terms "including", "include", "in particular", "for example" or any similar expression is illustrative and does not limit the sense of the words preceding those terms.