EFL to hire head of legal regulation

Role involves advising clubs on interpretation of EFL regulations



The English Football League (EFL) is looking to recruit a head of legal – regulation.


The new hire will act as the primary internal regulatory legal advisor to the EFL.


The role will also involve providing advice to the EFL, its executive and member clubs on questions of interpretation of the EFL regulations and associated rules including rules relating to youth development, as well as designing and delivering education sessions aimed at improving clubs’ compliance with the EFL regulations.


Formed in 1888, the EFL is the world’s original league football competition and remains the largest single body of professional clubs in European football.