|XI Player Eligibility|
Each association must select its national representative team from players who hold the nationality of its country and who comply with the provisions of Articles 15 to 18 of the Regulations governing the Application of the FIFA Statutes.
|List of players for the qualifying competition and head coach information|
Each association must provide the UEFA administration with a list of 23 players (surname, first name and date of birth) as well as the name and date of birth of the head coach, mentioning his coaching qualification. This list must be in possession of the UEFA administration at least four full days before each qualifying competition match is played.
This list is provisional and amendments are allowed until the pre-match organisational meeting during which the final list of 23 players must be confirmed to the UEFA match delegate. For the match sheets paragraphs 14.04 to 14.11 apply respectively.
|Players registered for the final tournament|
A list of 23 players must be in possession of the UEFA administration at least 10 full days before the opening match in the final tournament. Three of these 23 players must be goalkeepers.
In the event of serious injury to a listed player before his team’s first match in the final tournament, the player in question may be substituted only if a doctor from the UEFA Medical Committee and the team doctor concerned both confirm that the injury is sufficiently serious to prevent the player from taking part.
Each association must ensure and confirm to UEFA by the deadline set for submitting the players list that all registered players have undergone a medical examination, including cardiovascular screening. This also applies to any potential substitute as referred to in paragraph 17.05. This medical examination must have been carried out within one year of the start of the final tournament. The UEFA administration provides each association with a document explaining all mandatory examinations.
The list of 23 players is published by the UEFA administration.