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Club Licensing Regulations for UEFA Competitions PDF

Club Licensing Regulations for UEFA Competitions


The following are functions corresponding to the Royal Spanish Football Association (RFEF) in accordance with the provisions of its Statutes: the government, administration, management, organisation and regulation of football, and the representation of, among other organisations, the Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA) in Spain in international activities and competitions.
These Regulations are based on: - Article 1 Paragraph 4 c) and Article 13 Paragraph 4 of the RFEF Statutes; - Article 193 of the RFEF General Regulations; and on the - UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations.
In fulfilment of its statutory provisions, the RFEF establishes in these Regulations the requirements or club licensing criteria which Spanish football clubs must comply with in order to be able to participate in any club competition played under the auspices of UEFA (hereinafter, “UEFA club competitions”).
For the purposes of these Regulations, UEFA club competitions must be understood as the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, and all those club competitions which may be organised by UEFA in the future. The RFEF club licensing system, which is based on these Regulations, only applies to those clubs seeking to participate in the UEFA club competitions.
It does not apply for the participation of clubs in the national club competitions organised and/or recognised by the RFEF.


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