UEFA's new Bois-Bougy administrative building – part of the European body's football campus in Nyon, Switzerland – is open and will house some 190 staff members.
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UEFA's new administrative building – part of the European body's football campus in Nyon, Switzerland – is open for business.
The Bois-Bougy building has been constructed with environmental considerations in mind. The first staff have moved in, and a total of 190 people will work in the new facility. Staff in information and communication technology (ICT), TV production, club competition commercial operations, logistics operations and digital media are based there.
The Bois-Bougy premises form part of the UEFA campus in Nyon, on the shores of Lake Geneva in western Switzerland. The House of European Football, UEFA's main administrative headquarters, was opened in October 1999, while the La Clairière building, housing some 260 employees, was inaugurated in October 2010
Following its founding in June 1954, the original UEFA offices were located in Paris. The European body moved to Nyon in February 1995, having spent 35 years in the Swiss federal capital Berne.