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UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Sustainability Regulations 2022

The new football earnings requirements are an evolution of the existing break-even requirements and will bring greater stability to club finances. To ease the implementation for clubs, the calculation of football earnings is similar to the calculation of the break-even result. While the acceptable deviation has increased from €30 million over three years to €60 million over three years, requirements to ensure the fair value of transactions, to improve the clubs’ balance sheet, and to reduce debts have been significantly strengthened.

The biggest innovation in the new regulations will be the introduction of a squad cost rule to bring better control in relation to player wages and transfer costs. The regulation limits spending on wages, transfers, and agent fees to 70% of club revenue. Assessments will be performed on a timely basis and breaches will result in pre-defined financial penalties and sporting measures.

The new regulations will come into force in June 2022. There will be gradual implementation over three years to allow clubs the necessary time to adapt.

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The UEFA Compliance and Investigation Activity Report 2017–2019

The UEFA Compliance and Investigation Activity Report 2017-2019 looks back at two intensive years of club licensing and financial fair play monitoring activities – and highlights positive financial trends in European club football.
The UEFA Compliance and Investigation Activity Report 2017–2019, published this week and available here on UEFA.com, reviews another two seasons of club licensing and financial fair play monitoring by UEFA.

The fifth edition of this comprehensive report reviews in detail the monitoring activities of the Investigatory Chamber of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) with regard to UEFA’s club licensing system and financial fair play for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons.

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