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Regulations

FIFA Women’s World Cup

Germany 2011™

26 June – 17 July 2011

2 ORGANISERS

1. FÉDÉRATION INTERNATIONALE DE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

President: Joseph S. Blatter

Secretary General: Jérôme Valcke

Address: FIFA-Strasse 20

P.O. Box

8044 Zurich

Switzerland

Telephone: +41 (0)43 222 7777

Telefax: +41 (0)43 222 7878

Internet: www.FIFA.com

2. COMMITTEE FOR WOMEN’S FOOTBALL AND THE

FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP™

Chairman: Worawi Makudi

Deputy Chairman: Dr Michel D’Hooghe

Address: FIFA-Strasse 20

P.O. Box

8044 Zurich

Switzerland

ORGANISERS 3

3. ORGANISING ASSOCIATION

DEUTSCHER FUSSBALL-BUND (DFB)

President: Dr Theo Zwanziger

General Secretary: Wolfgang Niersbach

Address: Otto-Fleck-Schneise 6

Postfach 710265

60528 Frankfurt

Telephone: +49 69 67880

Telefax: +49 69 6788266

Internet: www.dfb.de

4 CONTENTS

Page Article

GENERAL PROVISIONS

6 1 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

7 2 Preliminary competition

7 3 FIFA Organising Committee

9 4 Organising Association

10 5 Participating Member Associations

13 6 Withdrawal, penalty for failing to play, replacement

14 7 Disciplinary matters

15 8 Doping

16 9 Disputes

16 10 Protests

18 11 Equipment, team colours

20 12 Venues, stadiums, training sites, dates and kick-off times for

matches

22 13 Fields of play, retractable roofs, clocks, displays and giant screens

23 14 Match offi cials

24 15 Laws of the Game

24 16 Ticketing

25 17 Commercial rights

25 18 Financial provisions

CONTENTS 5

Page Article

TECHNICAL RULES FOR THE FINAL COMPETITION

27 19 Number of teams

27 20 Draw

28 21 Arrival at venues

28 22 Eligibility of players

29 23 Player lists and offi cial delegation lists

31 24 Competition format

32 25 Group stage

33 26 Quarter-fi nals

33 27 Semi-fi nals

34 28 Final, play-off for third place

34 29 Trophy, awards and medals

FINAL PROVISIONS

37 30 Special circumstances

37 31 Matters not provided for

37 32 Languages

37 33 Copyright

38 34 No waiver

38 35 Enforcement

APPENDIX

Fair play contest regulations

6 GENERAL PROVISIONS

1 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

1. The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011™ (“World Cup”) is a FIFA competition

embodied in the FIFA Statutes.

2. The World Cup takes place every four years. As a general rule, every

association affi liated to FIFA may participate in the World Cup.

3. Participation in the World Cup is free of charge.

4. The World Cup consists of a preliminary competition and a fi nal competition.

5. Any rights that are not ceded by these Regulations to the Organising

Association or any Participating Member Association or to a confederation shall

remain with FIFA.

6. The Regulations for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™

(“Regulations”) regulate the rights, duties and responsibilities of all associations

taking part in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™ and of

the Organising Association by forming an integral part of the Organising

Association Agreement (“OAA”). The Regulations and all guidelines and

circulars issued by FIFA are binding for all parties participating and involved

in the preparation, organisation and hosting of the FIFA Women’s World Cup

Germany 2011™.

7. The FIFA Statutes and all FIFA regulations in force shall apply. Any reference

in these Regulations to the FIFA Statutes and regulations refers to the Statutes

and regulations valid at the time of application.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 7

2 Preliminary competition

1. The organisation of the preliminary competition in the applicable form is

assigned to the confederations in accordance with the FIFA Statutes in their

applicable form. The confederations are required to draw up regulations for the

preliminary competition and to submit them to the FIFA general secretariat for

approval at least three months before the start of the preliminary competition.

2. On entering the preliminary competition, all associations automatically

undertake to:

a) observe these regulations;

b) accept that all administrative, disciplinary and refereeing matters

related to the preliminary competition shall be dealt with by the respective

confederation in compliance with the regulations submitted. FIFA will only

intervene in matters involving associations not affi liated to a confederation,

if a confederation requests FIFA’s assistance, or in any cases specifi cally

provided for in the FIFA Disciplinary Code;

c) observe the principles of fair play.

3 FIFA Organising Committee

1. The Committee for Women’s Football and the FIFA Women’s World Cup™,

appointed by the FIFA Executive Committee, is the organising committee

for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™ (the “FIFA Organising

Committee”) and is responsible for organising the fi nal competition in

accordance with the FIFA Statutes.

8 GENERAL PROVISIONS

2. The FIFA Organising Committee may, if necessary, appoint a bureau and/or

a sub-committee to deal with emergencies. Any decision taken by the bureau

or sub-committee shall come into effect immediately but shall be subject to

confi rmation by the plenary committee at its next meeting.

3. The responsibilities of the FIFA Organising Committee include, but are not

limited to:

a) supervising general preparations and deciding on the competition

format, the draw and the formation of groups;

b) approving the dates and venues of the matches and determining kickoff

times;

c) approving the choice of stadiums and training sites in accordance with

the OAA and after consultation with the Organising Association;

d) appointing match commissioners;

e) deciding cases of abandoned matches (cf. Law 7 of the Laws of the

Game);

f) approving the offi cial football and the stipulated technical material;

g) approving the choice of laboratories that will carry out the doping

analyses;

h) reporting cases in relation to article 6 of these Regulations to the FIFA

Disciplinary Committee for deliberation;

i) judging protests and taking appropriate steps to verify their admissibility,

with the exception of protests concerning the eligibility of players, which

are dealt with by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee (cf. art. 10 par. 3 and art.

22 par. 2 of the Regulations);

GENERAL PROVISIONS 9

j) replacing associations that have withdrawn from the World Cup;

k) settling cases of force majeure;

l) dealing with any other aspect of the World Cup that is not the

responsibility of any other body under the terms of these Regulations or

the FIFA Statutes.

4. The decisions taken by the FIFA Organising Committee and/or its bureau/

sub-committee are fi nal and binding and not subject to appeal.

4 Organising Association

1. The FIFA Executive Committee has appointed the German Football

Association (DFB) (the “Organising Association”) as the host of the fi nal

competition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011™.

2. The Organising Association is responsible for organising, hosting and

staging the fi nal competition. It shall set up a Local Organising Committee

(“LOC”) in accordance with the OAA, a special contract regulating the working

relationship between FIFA and the Organising Association. The Organising

Association and the LOC shall be subject to the control of FIFA. All FIFA

decisions are fi nal.

3. The obligations and responsibilities of the Organising Association with

respect to the fi nal competition are stipulated in the OAA. They include but

shall not be limited to:

a) ensuring that safety and order is maintained, particularly in and around

the stadiums. It shall take adequate measures to prevent and avoid

outbreaks of violence;

b) ensuring that safety and order is maintained around the hotels and

training sites of the participating teams;

10 GENERAL PROVISIONS

c) concluding insurance policies in consultation with FIFA to cover all risks

relating to the fi nal competition’s organisation, in particular, adequate

liability insurance in respect of the stadiums, local organisation, members

of the Organising Association and the LOC, employees, volunteers and

any other persons involved in the organisation of the fi nal competition,

with the exception of the Delegation Members (cf. art. 5 par. 2g) of the

Regulations);

d) concluding liability insurance against possible spectator accidents or

deaths;

e) ensuring the presence of a suffi cient number of ground staff and

security stewards to guarantee safety.

5 Participating Member Associations

1. The associations that qualify for the fi nal competition (the “Participating

Member Associations”) agree to comply with and ensure that every Delegation

Member (players, coaches, managers, offi cials, media offi cers, representatives

and guests of a Participating Member Association) complies with these

Regulations, the Laws of the Game, the FIFA Statutes and FIFA’s regulations, in

particular the Media Guidelines, the Participating Member Association Ticket

Allocation Agreement, the Commercial Regulations, the Disciplinary Code, the

Anti-Doping Regulations, the Code of Ethics and the Equipment Regulations,

as well as with any other FIFA regulations, guidelines, directives and/or

decisions.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 11

2. On entering the fi nal competition, the Participating Member Associations

automatically undertake to:

a) comply with the maximum number of players and offi cials per offi cial

delegation as defi ned in the Technical Rules for the Final Competition (cf.

art. 23 par. 5 of the Regulations);

b) observe these Regulations and ensure that their Delegation Members,

in particular but not only their players, also observe these Regulations and

the principles of fair play;

c) accept and obey all decisions taken by the bodies and offi cials of FIFA

under the terms of these Regulations;

d) participate in all matches of the fi nal competition in which their team is

scheduled to take part;

e) accept all of the arrangements relating to the fi nal competition made by

the Organising Association in agreement with FIFA;

f) accept the usage by FIFA and/or the issue of a sub-license by FIFA to

third parties, as well as the recording and broadcast of the images, names

and records of all Delegation Members that may appear in connection

with the fi nal competition;

g) ensure the provision of adequate insurance to cover their Delegation

Members and any other persons carrying out duties on their behalf against

all risks, including but not limited to injury, accident, disease and travel in

consideration of the relevant FIFA rules or regulations (if applicable).

12 GENERAL PROVISIONS

3. In addition, each Participating Member Association shall be responsible for:

a) the conduct of its Delegation Members and of any other persons

carrying out duties on its behalf throughout the fi nal competition and for

the entire duration of their stay in the host country;

b) ensuring the provision of adequate insurance to cover its Delegation

Members and any other persons carrying out duties on its behalf against

all risks, including but not limited to injury, accident, disease and travel in

consideration of the relevant FIFA rules or regulations (if applicable);

c) paying for incidental costs and expenses incurred by its Delegation

Members and any other persons carrying out duties on its behalf during

the course of their stay in the host country;

d) paying for any costs of extending the stay of any Delegation Member or

any other persons carrying out duties on its behalf;

e) applying for visas in good time from the nearest consulate or embassy

of the host country, if necessary;

f) attending all press conferences and any other offi cial media activities

organised by FIFA in accordance with FIFA’s instructions.

4. All Participating Member Associations shall confi rm their participation by

submitting the originals of the offi cial entry form and any other required

documentation as communicated by FIFA via the corresponding circular(s),

duly signed, to the FIFA general secretariat by the deadline(s) set by FIFA. The

timely submission to the FIFA general secretariat of any such documents is of

the essence. The deadline shall be deemed as having been met if the relevant

documents reach FIFA by the specifi ed deadline. If a Participating Member

Association fails to adhere to the time limits and/or fails to meet the formal

requirements for submitting the necessary documents, the FIFA Organising

Committee shall pass a decision.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 13

5. All Participating Member Associations shall indemnify, defend and hold

FIFA, the LOC, and all of their offi cers, directors, employees, representatives,

agents, and all other auxiliary persons free and harmless against any and all

liabilities, obligations, losses, damages, penalties, claims, actions, fi nes and

expenses (including reasonable legal expenses) of whatsoever kind or nature

resulting from, arising out of, or attributable to, any non-compliance with

these Regulations by the Participating Member Associations, their Delegation

Members, their affi liates and any third parties contracted to the Participating

Member Associations.

6 Withdrawal, penalty for failing to play, replacement

1. All Participating Member Associations undertake to play all of their matches

until eliminated from the World Cup.

2. Any Participating Member Association that withdraws from the World Cup

no later than 30 days before the fi rst match of the fi nal competition shall be

fi ned at least CHF 15,000 by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee. Any Participating

Member Association that withdraws from the World Cup fewer than 30 days

before the fi rst match of the fi nal competition shall be fi ned at least CHF

20,000 by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee. Depending on the circumstances

of the withdrawal, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee may impose additional

sanctions, including the suspension of the Participating Member Association

concerned from subsequent FIFA competitions.

3. Any Participating Member Association that withdraws before the start of the

fi nal competition may be replaced by another association. The FIFA Organising

Committee shall decide on the matter at its sole discretion.

14 GENERAL PROVISIONS

4. Depending on circumstances and the decision of the FIFA Organising

Committee, in addition to the fi ne under paragraph 2 above, any Participating

Member Association that withdraws may be ordered to reimburse FIFA and the

Organising Association for any costs and expenses already incurred as a result

of its involvement in the fi nal competition, and may also be obliged to pay

compensation for any damages or losses incurred.

5. The relevant FIFA committee shall determine the amount of damages for

fi nancial loss upon receipt of a substantiated and documented request from

the Organising Association. Any decisions taken by the relevant FIFA committee

shall be fi nal and binding for the withdrawing association and not subject to

appeal.

6. If, through the fault or negligence of any Participating Member Association,

a match in the fi nal competition cannot take place or be played in its entirety,

the FIFA Organising Committee shall declare that the match be forfeited

(awarding victory and the resultant three points to the opposing team as well

as the score of 3-0, or greater, depending on the score in the match at the

time of abandonment) and/or exclude the team concerned from the fi nal

competition.

7. The FIFA Organising Committee shall take whatever action is deemed

necessary in the case of force majeure.

7 Disciplinary matters

1. Disciplinary incidents are dealt with in compliance with the FIFA Disciplinary

Code in force as well as with all relevant circulars and directives, with which the

Participating Member Associations undertake to comply.

2. FIFA may introduce new disciplinary rules and sanctions for the duration of

the World Cup. Such rules shall be communicated to the Participating Member

Associations one month before the fi rst match of the fi nal competition at the

latest.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 15

3. The Participating Member Associations and their players agree to comply

with the Laws of the Game and with the FIFA Statutes and regulations, in

particular the Disciplinary Code, the Anti-Doping Regulations, the Code of

Ethics, the Commercial Regulations and the Equipment Regulations, as well

as with all directives and decisions of FIFA bodies unless these Regulations

stipulate otherwise. The players agree to comply with all further FIFA

guidelines, circulars and decisions that have any signifi cance regarding the

World Cup.

4. In addition, the players agree notably to:

a) respect the spirit of fair play and non-violence;

b) behave accordingly;

c) refrain from doping as defi ned by the FIFA Anti-Doping Regulations.

8 Doping

1. Doping is strictly prohibited. FIFA will inform the Participating Member

Associations of the doping control procedures and the list of prohibited

substances by means of a circular letter.

2. The FIFA Organising Committee shall be responsible for deciding which

laboratory among those accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)

will carry out the analysis of samples.

3. The FIFA Disciplinary Code, the FIFA Anti-Doping Regulations and all other

relevant FIFA regulations and directives will apply to the World Cup.

16 GENERAL PROVISIONS

9 Disputes

1. All disputes in connection with the World Cup shall be promptly settled by

mediation.

2. In compliance with the FIFA Statutes, Participating Member Associations may

not take disputes to an ordinary court of law but to the exclusive jurisdiction of

FIFA.

3. The Participating Member Associations acknowledge and accept that, once

all stages of appeal have been exhausted at FIFA, their sole recourse shall be

to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland, unless

excluded. Any such arbitration proceedings shall be governed by the CAS Code

of Sports-related Arbitration.

10 Protests

1. For the purpose of these Regulations, protests are objections of any kind

related to events or matters that have a direct effect on matches, including

but not limited to the state of and markings on the pitch, accessory match

equipment, eligibility of players, stadium installations and footballs.

2. Unless otherwise stipulated in this article, protests shall be submitted in

writing to the FIFA match commissioner within two hours of the conclusion of

the match in question and followed up immediately with a full written report,

including a copy of the original protest, to the FIFA headquarters in the host

country, otherwise they will be disregarded.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 17

3. Protests regarding the eligibility of players nominated for matches shall be

submitted in writing to the FIFA headquarters in the host country no later than

fi ve days before the fi rst match of the fi nal competition and shall be dealt with

by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.

4. Protests regarding the state of the pitch, its surroundings, markings or

accessory items (e.g. goals, fl ag posts or footballs) shall be made in writing to

the referee before the start of the match by the head of delegation of the team

lodging the protest. If the pitch’s playing surface becomes unplayable during

a match, the captain of the protesting team shall immediately lodge a protest

with the referee in the presence of the captain of the opposing team. The

protests shall be confi rmed in writing to the FIFA match commissioner by the

head of the team delegation no later than two hours after the match.

5. Protests against any incidents that occur during the course of a match shall

be made to the referee by the team captain immediately after the disputed

incident and before play has resumed.

6. No protests may be made about the referee’s decisions regarding facts

connected with play, such decisions being fi nal.

7. If the above time limits and formal requirements for lodging a protest case

are not met, the protest shall be disregarded either by the FIFA Organising

Committee or by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, as the case may be.

8. If an unfounded or irresponsible protest is lodged, the FIFA Disciplinary

Committee may impose a fi ne.

18 GENERAL PROVISIONS

11 Equipment, team colours

1. The Participating Member Associations shall comply with the FIFA Equipment

Regulations in force.

2. Delegation Members and any other persons carrying out duties on the

Participating Member Associations’ behalf are not allowed to display political,

religious, commercial or personal messages in any language or form on their

playing or team kits, equipment (including kit bags, beverage containers,

medical bags etc.) or body for the duration of their time in the stadiums,

training sites or any other areas where accreditation is required to gain access.

Any violations shall be reported to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee for the

necessary sanctions to be imposed in accordance with the FIFA Disciplinary

Code.

3. Each team shall inform FIFA of two different and contrasting colours (one

predominantly dark and one predominantly light) for its offi cial and reserve

team kits (shirt, shorts and socks). In addition, each team shall select three

contrasting colours for its goalkeeper kits. These three goalkeeper kits must

be distinctly different from each other as well as different from the offi cial

and reserve team kits. This information shall be sent to FIFA as directed via the

applicable circular. Only these colours may be worn during matches.

4. FIFA will inform the teams of the colours that they shall wear for each

match.

5. During the fi nal competition, all equipment (kits, gloves, bags, medical

equipment etc.) that could be on display within the stadiums, the training

sites, the hotels or during transfers to, from or within the host country must be

approved by FIFA. The approval procedure and the applicable deadlines will be

communicated by circular letter.

6. Throughout the World Cup, each player shall wear the number assigned to

her on the offi cial players’ list in accordance with the Equipment Regulations.

GENERAL PROVISIONS 19

7. The player’s last name or popular name (or abbreviation) shall be affi xed

above the number on the back of the shirt and shall be clearly legible in

accordance with the Equipment Regulations.

8. FIFA will supply a suffi cient number of players’ sleeve badges with the offi cial

logo of the World Cup, which shall be affi xed on the right-hand sleeve of each

shirt. FIFA will issue a circular letter to the Participating Member Associations

outlining the instructions for use of the players’ sleeve badges.

9. The offi cial and reserve team kits (including those of the goalkeepers) shall

be taken to every match.

10. The footballs used in the fi nal competition shall be selected and exclusively

supplied by FIFA. The footballs shall conform with the provisions of the Laws

of the Game and the FIFA Equipment Regulations. They shall bear one of the

following three designations: the offi cial “FIFA APPROVED” logo, the offi cial

“FIFA INSPECTED” logo or the “INTERNATIONAL MATCHBALL STANDARD”

reference.

11. Each team will receive training balls from FIFA upon conclusion of the

offi cial draw as well as additional training balls upon arrival in the host country.

Only these balls delivered by FIFA may be used for training and warm-up

sessions in the offi cial stadiums and at the offi cial training sites.

12. During the fi nal competition, the FIFA fl ag and the fl ags of the host country

and both competing associations shall be fl own in the stadium at every match.

The FIFA Fair Play fl ag and the UN fl ag shall also be hoisted or draped in the

stadium, clearly visible from the VIP box. The FIFA anthem shall be played while

the teams are entering the pitch, followed by the national anthems of the two

teams.

20 GENERAL PROVISIONS

12 Venues, stadiums, training sites, dates

and kick-off times for matches

1. The venues, dates and kick-off times of the matches shall be proposed by

the LOC, subject to the approval of the FIFA Organising Committee.

2. The FIFA Organising Committee shall fi x the dates, times and venues of the

matches.

3. The Organising Association shall ensure that the stadiums and facilities in

which the matches take place comply with the FIFA Safety Regulations and

other FIFA guidelines and instructions for international matches in force. The

stadiums selected for use during the World Cup shall be subject to approval

by FIFA. The Organising Association is responsible for safety and order in and

around the stadiums before, during and after matches.

4. As a general rule, fi nal competition matches may only be played in all-seater

stadiums. If only stadiums with both seating and standing areas are available,

the standing areas shall remain vacant.

5. The fi elds of play, accessory equipment and all facilities for each match shall

be in optimum condition and comply with the Laws of the Game and all other

relevant r

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