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Media accreditation

Published: Thursday 12 July 2012, 15.04CET
Published: Thursday 12 July 2012, 15.04CET

Media accreditation

Media accreditation related processes for UEFA events are managed through the UEFA FAME platform.

FAME offers media accreditation applicants two portals:
1. The Media Portal, accessible to professional media already registered in FAME
2. The Broadcasters Portal, accessible to professional radio and television event non-rights-holding corporate users

Within the two different portals UEFA manages three media target groups and two types of users:
1. Media – individual and corporate users
2. Radio Broadcasters – corporate users only
3. TV Broadcasters – corporate users only

All Media and Event NRH Broadcaster (Radio and TV) representatives wishing to request accreditation for UEFA final tournaments, draws, congresses or club finals have to register in the FAME platform in order to have a username and password to access their respective portal.

For Media individual users the registration guidelines are available below:

English

French

German

The corporate user registration includes the appointment of a company front officer user (CFOU – the person responsible for the data insertion of their organisation's staff and respective service requests).

Media and Event NRH Broadcaster (Radio and TV) corporate user applicants request a corporate account by filling in the information in the registration application through the links below:

Registration for Media corporate users

Registration for Radio corporate users

Registration for TV corporate users

Once the registration is accepted by UEFA, users may access their Media or Broadcasters Portal with the username and password chosen during the registration process. Any queries on the registration or accreditation application processes should be addressed to: fame_accreditations@uefa.ch

Last updated: 13/05/14 2.47CET

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