How Changes To UEFA’s 2021 Procedural Rules Fundamentally Affect Financial Fair Play
UEFA has substantially amended its Procedural Rules Governing the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (the ‘Procedural Rules’). The Procedural Rules have a significant impact on the operation of Financial Fair Play compliance. This article explores:
- Procedural Fair Play
- The History of the Procedural Rules
- Changes to the Structure and Internal Relationships of the CFCB and why were they necessary
- Amendments to Rules Concerning Evidence and Information Gathering
- Other Changes to the Procedural Rules
- How Changes to the Procedural Rules May Affect the Future Operation of FFP
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Christopher is an in house entertainment and sports lawyer. Outside of work, he is an active participant in the international sports law research community. He has published work in leading law journals and textbooks, spoken at conferences, acted as guest lecturer, and has been consulted by and featured in the media discussing developments in the field. A list of his published work is available here. Christopher is an Editor of the International Sports Law Journal. He is also on the board (previously Chair) of the Bath City Supporters' Society, the fan-owned community benefit society that holds the majority stake in Bath City Football Club.
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