Players under the age of 21 and club-trained players will be exempt from these limitations.
Regulation that will enter into force on July 1, 2022; The goal is to develop young players, promote competitive balance and prevent hoarding.
Following the decision (https://fifa.fans/3nIDld7) approved by the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee last year, the new rules regarding player loans in international football are now ready to be implemented. They will be presented to the FIFA Council for approval at its next meeting with a view to coming into force on July 1, 2022.
The introduction of a new regulatory framework for player loans is another important step in the context of the broader reform of the transfer system, the process of which began in 2017. Initially planned to start in July 2020, the implementation of the new rules had to be delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discussions with the different stakeholder groups have laid the groundwork for this new framework and have ensured that the new rules are firmly anchored in the following core objectives:
Develop young players Promote competitive balance Avoid player hoarding
To ensure these goals are achieved, the new regulatory framework will include:
The requirement of a written agreement that defines the conditions of the loan, in particular its duration and its financial conditions A minimum duration of the loan, which is the interval between two registration periods, and a maximum duration of the loan, which is one year Prohibition of subleasing to a professional player who is already on loan to a third club Limitation of the number of loans per season between the same clubs: at a given time of the season, a club can only have a maximum of three professionals on loan to the same club and a maximum of three professionals on loan from a single club A limitation on the total number of loans from a club per season. To ensure this is implemented smoothly, there will be a transition period as follows:
– From July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023, a club can have a maximum of eight professionals on loan and eight on loan at any time during a season.
– From July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024 the same configuration applies but with a maximum of seven professionals.
– Finally, from July 1, 2024, the same configuration will apply but limited to a maximum of six professionals.
♦ Players under the age of 21 and club-trained players will be exempt from these limitations.
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