UEFA confirms legal committee members

Legal advisory committee includes 25 representatives





UEFA has confirmed the composition of its legal committee until 2023.


UEFA’s legal committee analyses football-related legal issues and advises UEFA accordingly, and also provides legal advice on the UEFA Statutes and regulations, as well as on the statutes and regulations of UEFA's member associations.


The members of the legal committee have been confirmed as follows:


Chairman

Christian Andreasen (Faroe Islands)


Deputy Chairman

Andrii Pavelko (Ukraine)


1st Vice Chairman

Evangelos Grammenos (Greece)


2nd Vice Chairman

Efraim Barak (Israel)


3rd Vice Chairman

Henrik Ravnild (Denmark)


Members:

Espen Auberg (Norway)

Mark Boetekees (Netherlands)

Emilie Doms (France)

Vladimir Gasevski (North Macedonia)

Tomas Gonzalez Cueto (Spain)

Artan Hajdari (Albania)

Vladimir Iveta (Croatia)

Krzysztof Malinowski (Poland)

Krister Malmsten (Sweden)

Michalis Moushouttas (Cyprus)

Michael Mulraney (Scotland)

Borislav Popov (Bulgaria)

Martin Procházka (Czech Republic)

Danill Savitski (Estonia)

Eroll Salihu (Kosovo)

Bernhard Schwarz (Austria)

Adrian Stangaciu (Romania)

Saša Zagorc (Slovenia)

Gunay Zamanli (Azerbaijan)


European Leagues Representative

Claudius Schäfer (Switzerland)