Various UEFA committees have met at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon in the last few days as part of the European body's regular committee weeks.
Discussions have focused on a wide-ranging list of issues concerning European football and its well-being. The committees' deliberations and recommendations will now be presented to the UEFA Executive Committee, which next meets in Prague, Czech Republic, on 9 and 10 December.
Nineteen committees are involved in shaping UEFA's policy across the wide span of European football. The committees deal with subjects ranging from medical matters and players' status/transfers to refereeing, finance and the UEFA competitions; they submit advice, proposals and recommendations to UEFA's Executive Committee, which may also delegate some of its duties to a specific committee.
UEFA committees and expert panels have an advisory function, unless regulations adopted by the Executive Committee grant them decision-making powers.
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