The Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA) was established in Basel, Switzerland on 15 June 1954. The parent body of European Football works for the development of football and considilation of its position as the most popular sport of the world since its foundation.
UEFA Executive Committee, which comprises UEFA President and members elected -and avaible for re-election except the situation of aged 70 or more- for four years by UEFA congress, is the highest administrative body of the UEFA. The Committee that is convened by UEFA President once in every two months, and has a quorum of more than half of its voting members has the authority to adopt regulations and make decisions on all matters, and the decisions made by the committee go into operation immediately, unless the committee settles on otherwise. UEFA Executive Committee is responsible with the following of several duties, such as, overall control of UEFA and publishment of the necessary instructions, defination of the organisational structure, creation and supervision of the book-keeping. It is not allowed that more than one representative of the same UEFA assosiation can be included in the Executive Committee.
Responsible Under Secretary General: Berk Furkan KOCATEPE
- Growing Football Economy: Enlarging Financial Gap Among the Clubs
- Establishment of The Third European Tournament
- Onur Berke OKUR
- Berke ŞENDAĞ