How to get accreditation for Italian football games
Posted On June 15, 2021
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Accreditation requirements and conditions are detailed in this article.
What you need to know about accreditation and accreditation requirements: If you are an accredited player, you will receive a letter from the Football Association.
If your club is accredited, you are required to play and maintain a high level of integrity and discipline.
Players who do not comply with these rules will be subject to a ban from international football and will not be allowed to play for their clubs in future.
If the player is already registered in another country, the Football Federation will then refer them to the Italian Football Federation, which is responsible for accreditation.
You may contact the FA directly to find out more.
Players are required by the FA to pay a fee to the association that accredits them, which may range from €10,000 to €30,000.
Players must also register with the FFF.
Players also have to pay taxes, which can be either personal or professional, depending on their country of residence.
Players do not have to wear a uniform, so they must wear the same colour as their team.
Players can play on a number of different teams, but only one can be used at any time.
They can also change teams at any stage of their careers, and they are not allowed to change nationality during their playing career.
Players and coaches can also be banned from participating in matches, as well as fined for breaches of the rules.
What happens if you break the rules?
If a player or coach breaches the rules, they will receive disciplinary action by the Football Tribunal (TA), which is comprised of the head of the FA and other representatives from the FA, the ERC, and the FA’s other partners.
They will be fined €10 to €50 per breach.
If a referee breaks the rules while issuing a yellow card, the player or manager will also be fined a fine of €10 per offence.
The fines and penalties may be suspended for up to one year.
What do I need to do if I break the FA rules?
In order to gain accreditation, you need: to be registered with the FA as a professional footballer