EUC TECHNICAL REGULATIONS FOOTBALL MEN 11 AND WOMEN 7
The following competitions will be held:
• European Universities Championship Football Men
• European Universities Championship Football Women 7
The Championship will last seven (7) days including one (1) day off for each team.
The maximum number of teams is sixteen (16). If more than sixteen (16) entries are received, the EUSA EC will determine the system of qualification. When less than six (6) entries are received, the event may be held as an EUSA Cup. The NUSA may nominate more than one team, each from a different University. If more than one team is nominated, the nomination must define a ranking order to aid seeding. The winner of the previous championship has right to take part in the event in addition to the relevant NUSA limit.
MEN: The delegation will consist of a minimum of fourteen (14) and a maximum of twenty (20) athletes and a minimum of one (1) and a maximum of five (5) officials. A Head of the Delegation must be appointed.
WOMEN: The delegation will consist of a minimum of ten (10) and a maximum of fourteen (14) athletes and a minimum of one (1) and a maximum of four (4) officials. A Head of the Delegation must be appointed.
Each delegation must, at their own cost, include a football referee with a national license (relevant license of the National Football Federation must be submitted 2 months prior the championships). Delegations failing to fulfil this obligation must pay 1000 Euro to the Organising Committee. Accommodation and food for the referee must be provided by the OC without charging the participation fee.
EUSA may appoint referees directly, in that case delegations will be charge a refereeing fee defined annually by EUSA.
The format of the tournament will be decided by SCAC taking into consideration the number of teams entered.
The draw of the tournament will be done with the presence of EUSA Representative taking into account EUSA Football ranking. The University of the hosting city (or in their absence the hosting country’s highest rank team) will be placed in first (1) place in pool A. Teams from the same country shall wherever possible be placed in a different pool.
Each team has to pay fees defined in EUC Regulations. Deposits must be paid on EUSA request. Click here
EUSA: IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING AGE
In response to suggestions and initiatives regarding the implementation of the new age limit (17-28 years) for students, participants of European Universities Championships and Games, EUSA Executive Committee decided to start enforcing this rule on EUSA Events from 01.01.2014 onwards.
The age limit will therefore not yet apply to participants of the 2013 European Universities Championships. The next EUSA sporting event where the age limit will be observed, will the the 2nd European Universities Games in 2014.