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UEFA Statutes amended to include a minimum of two women on the UEFA Executive Committee

New members to the UEFA Executive Committee ratified.

The 48th Ordinary UEFA Congress was held today at La Maison de La Mutualité in Paris and took a series of decisions as follows:

Amendments to the UEFA Statutes

All amendments to the UEFA Statutes that were proposed were approved, including a provision to have at least two female members on the UEFA Executive Committee.

Activity Reports and financial matters

The Report of the UEFA President and Executive Committee and Report of the UEFA Administration 2022/23 were approved and so were the financial statements 2022/23 and the 2024/25 budget.

Ratification of new members

New members of the UEFA Executive Committee were ratified as follows:

European Club Association ECA (two representatives for a four-year term):

Nasser Al-Khelaifi (Paris Saint-Germain)

Miguel Ángel Gil Marín (Club Atlético de Madrid)

European Leagues EL (one representative for a one-year term)

Pedro Proença (Liga Portugal)

Furthermore, the composition of the UEFA Organs for the Administration of Justice and of the UEFA Governance and Compliance Committee were also ratified.

Next Ordinary UEFA Congress

The 49th Ordinary UEFA Congress will take place on 3 April 2025 in Belgrade, Serbia.