The UEFA Executive Committee approved the bidding requirements and regulations for hosting matches at the UEFA EURO 2020 finals at its meeting in Sofia today.
North to South – East to West
UEFA EURO 2020 decisions made by UEFA's Executive Committee will give the finals a memorable European flavour, with fans taken into account in the event's organisation.
Thirteen cities to host UEFA EURO 2020
An impressive show of unity
Constructive debate and a feeling for football's well-being helped Europe's national associations reach agreement on a declaration of proposed amendments to the FIFA statutes.
UEFA-FARE anti-racism week
European club competition matches in October 2012 showcased activities organised by UEFA and its partner FARE to transmit the clear message that discrimination has no place in football.
Women's U17 teams thrive in Nyon
Nyon hosted the fourth in a series of six pilot women's Under-17 tournaments and Scotland coach Pauline Hamill spoke to UEFA.com about her team's "fantastic" experience.
Women's U17 teams enjoy Moldova experience
Moldova was among the venues for a series of pilot development women's under-17 tournaments and UEFA.com speaks to the coaches and players from the home nation, Romania and Hungary.
Technical exchanges bear fruit
Technical exchanges throughout Europe, and the sharing of ideas between UEFA and its member associations - is crucial for European football's future development.
Munich mini-pitch ensures final legacy
UEFA Champions League final ambassador Paul Breitner feels the donation of a mini-pitch to Munich will help to ensure a grassroots legacy for the host city once the showpiece is over.
Award winner Rivera happy with his legacy
Receiving the 2011 UEFA President's Award from Michel Platini was an occasion for the former Italy and AC Milan playmaker Gianni Rivera to reflect on his outstanding career.
Financial fair play key to football's future
UEFA underlined at a media day that its financial fair play rules will guarantee European club football's stability and welcomed the clubs' support in implementing the concept.
Financial fair play will make football more sustainable
UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino explains to UEFA.com the reasons for the introduction of the financial fair play measures tailored to increase the long-term stability of the game.
UEFA President sets out the challenges ahead
Tackling corruption, financial fair play and protecting football's essential values – Michel Platini has reflected on the tasks to come after starting a second four-year term as UEFA President.
Dialogue pays dividends
UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino tells UEFA.com about UEFA's positive welcome to the European Commission communique on sport, which supports many of UEFA's values and key policies.
Financial fair play ensures football's stability
UEFA has emphasised the importance of its financial fair play concept to help ensure the game's long-term stability. "I consider it vital for football's future," said UEFA president Michel Platini.
New UEFA building inaugurated
UEFA's new administrative building has been inaugurated in Nyon, Switzerland, at a ceremony attended by UEFA's 53 member national associations, as well as the UEFA Executive Committee.
UEFA general secretary discusses financial fair play
UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino speak to UEFA.com about the topic of financial fair play in football.
UEFA's successful HatTrick programme has a positive impact on football – strengthening the sport's roots across the continent with the support it gives to the European national associations.
UEFA's refereeing activities have been keeping apace with the demands placed on the men and women in the middle who are responsible for running the action on the field.
Stadium & security
UEFA works vigorously alongside national associations, clubs, local authorities and police forces to ensure that matches in Europe are hosted in a pleasant, safe, secure and service-oriented environment.
We round up the latest news from UEFA, including the provisional suspensions of two PFC CSKA Moskva players.
News in brief
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UEFA President visits Kazakhstan
We round up the latest news from UEFA including President Michel Platini's visit to Kazakhstan.
UEFA news update
PFC CSKA Moskva defenders Aleksei Berezutski and Sergei Ignashevich were provisionally suspended after both players' A samples revealed the presence of a prohibited substance following a random doping test after CSKA's UEFA Champions League match at Manchester United FC on 3 November. In other news from UEFA, Germany have been presented with the Maurice Burlaz Trophy marking their achievements as the nation with the best results in UEFA youth competition over the last two years.
UEFA policies meet approval
President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek has voiced his support for "all the initiatives of UEFA".
All change for UEFA Cup
UEFA President Michel Platini discusses the changes ahead for the UEFA Cup.
Developing the game
UEFA President Michel Platini explains his UEFA Champions League vision to the uefa.com Magazine.
UEFA pride at EURO
UEFA President Michel Platini looks back on the success of UEFA EURO 2008™.
Platini urges action
Michel Platini has called for action to defend, protect and preserve Europe's sporting values.
'Respect is everything'
Europe's top coaches have spoken out in support of UEFA's Respect campaign.