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Some clubs have problems with UEFA rules for jerseys

There are also Bayern Monaco and Roma

Some clubs have problems with UEFA rules for jerseys There are also Bayern Monaco and Roma

According to UEFA rules, some clubs in major European leagues would not be complying with the rules regarding the display of logos, fonts and sponsors. In this legislative field the last update dates back to 2018, but this season there are several teams that would not comply with the main indications and for this reason they have been reported by UEFA. Among them there are also top clubs such as Bayern Munich, Rome

For example, Lille FC - MILAN's next team in the Europa League - has a New Balance jersey with too many sponsors exposed, especially on the sleeves (there are three plus the technical sponsor). Celtic continue the horizontal stripes of their shirt even behind, limiting the view of the number, which UEFA does not allow. A similar problem that also involves AS Roma, whose shirt would have the bundle of yellow and red stripes that would trap the number displayed on the back. For this reason, the Giallorossi - already from the quarter-finals of the Europa League in the summer - had changed and left their backs free from the yellow and red band. Bayern Munich, on the other hand, would have a color problem: UEFA forbids displaying more than one different color in the same kit, and the Bavarians would have changed - on the Away uniform - orange and black. Red Bull Salzburg, on the other hand, had to change their logo for European matches, since the sponsor cannot appear a sponsor, unnatural for the coat of arms of the Austrian club that has the title Red Bull in the name. In the Champions League, in the shirt, he has in the FC Salzburg logo. 

In recent weeks Paul Pogba had also been the subject of attention for wearing sleeves in some cases that did not comply with UEFA rules, and even Roma, last year, had had some snags with the display of the double logo on the third shirt - in that case, the template proposed many tone-on-tone logos on the surface, a graphic not allowed by the organizing body of European competitions.