UEFA committees and expert panels have an advisory role unless the executive committee accepts them with its decision-making powers. Nineteen committees are involved in shaping UEFA policy across European football. The committees deal with medical matters and player status/transfers to referees, finance and UEFA competitions. They provide advice, suggestions and recommendations to the UEFA Executive Committee, which may also delegate some of its functions to a specific committee.
On Monday, the National Associations Committee will discuss the current state of relations between UEFA and its 53 national member associations. A HatTrick Committee meeting will be the next day to discuss UEFA’s comprehensive affiliate link assistance program. A club licensing committee meeting will also be held on Tuesday to monitor the implementation and anticipation of the UEFA club licensing system’s objectives.
The nomination of the host for various UEFA club competition finals for decision
The next UEFA Executive Committee will hold its next meeting on Monday 2nd March from 10 am to 4 pm in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at the 44th UEFA Regular Congress in Amsterdam on Tuesday 3rd March. The UEFA Executive Committee meeting will take place in the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky of the NH Collection (Dam 9, 1012 JS Amsterdam).
The useful items on the agenda are:
• Appointment of hosts
– 2022 UEFA Europa League final
– UEFA Super Cups 2022 and 2023
– Final UEFA Champions League Ladies 2022 and 2023
– UEFA Congress 2021