Examinations for candidates for the Permanent Intermediary Certificate will take place on June 21

On May 8, a meeting of the Committee on the Status and Transfer of Soccer Players was held, at which the date and procedure for conducting exams for the candidates for the certificate of permanent intermediary and the requirements for the candidates were determined. The exams will take place on June 21.

According to the developed procedure:

1. Exams are allowed:

- natural persons-citizens of Ukraine, who have resided on the territory of Ukraine for at least three years and have an impeccable reputation;

- individuals-citizens of another country with a temporary / permanent residence permit in the territory of Ukraine, who have lived in the territory of Ukraine for at least three years and have an impeccable reputation;

- individuals-citizens of another country, who have resided on the territory of Ukraine for at least five years and have an impeccable reputation.

2. Legal entities have the right to obtain a Permanent Intermediary Certificate (PP) by obtaining a permit for each individual natural person who will conduct his business on behalf of the legal entity. Only such person (s) will have the right to formally mediate and sign, on behalf of the legal entity, the documents provided by the FFU Regulations for the activities of intermediaries.

3. Applicants up to 17 June must submit examination commissions (Football House, room 312 or e-mail) [Email protected]) set the list of documents.

4. The Commission shall, three days before the date of the examinations, decide on the admission of candidates to the examinations and set, if necessary, a date for interviewing the heads of the legal entities (informing the candidates directly).

5. If admitted, the candidate shall, one day before the examination date, submit to the commission a confirmation that he or she has paid the compulsory payment.

6. At the exam, the candidate must have a passport with him.

7. The exam is conducted in the form of a test (in Ukrainian or Russian) with the possibility of choosing the answer from several of the suggested options.

8. The questions are formed from the documents of FIFA, UEFA and FFU related to the activities of intermediaries.

9. The exam consists of 15 questions.

10. The minimum number of points required for successful completion of the exam is 11. There is one point for each correct answer.

List of documents that a candidate must provide to the commission before 17 June shall provide the commissions:

For individuals-citizens of Ukraine:

1. Заява.

2. Copy of the passport of the citizen of Ukraine.

3. Copy of foreign passport (if available).

4. A copy of the identification code.

5. Signed intermediary declaration (Appendix # 1 to regulations).

6. Autobiography.

7. Residence certificate.

8. Copy of employment record (if any).

9. MIA certificate of no criminal record.

For admission to the exams, the candidate is also obliged to transfer to the FFU a mandatory cash contribution of UAH 30 for the development of football.

For individuals-citizens of another country with a temporary / permanent residence permit in the territory of Ukraine, residing in the territory of Ukraine for at least three years:

1. Заява.

2. A copy of the passport of a national of another country.

3. Copy of temporary residence permit on the territory of Ukraine.

4. A copy of the identification code.

5. Signed intermediary declaration (Appendix # 1 to regulations).

6. Autobiography.

7. Residence certificate.

8. Copy of employment record (if any).

9. MIA certificate of no criminal record.

For admission to the exams, the candidate is also obliged to transfer to the FFU a mandatory cash contribution of UAH 40 for the development of football.

For individuals-citizens of another country living in the territory of Ukraine for at least five years:

1. Заява.

2. A copy of the passport of a national of another country.

3. Copy of the identification code (if any).

4. Signed intermediary declaration (Appendix # 1 to regulations).

5. Autobiography.

6. Residence certificate.

7. Copy of employment record (if any).

8. MIA certificate of no criminal record.

For admission to the exams, the candidate is also obliged to transfer to the FFU a mandatory cash contribution of UAH 55 for the development of football.

For legal entities:

1. Заява.

2. Written consent of the legal entity to be represented by the candidate.

3. Passport of the citizen of Ukraine.

4. Copy of foreign passport (if available).

5. Identification code.

6. Signed intermediary declaration (Appendix # 1 to regulations).

7. The Declaration of the Head of the Legal Entity (Appendix No. 2 to regulations).

8. Autobiography.

9. Copy of employment record (if any).

10. Residence certificate.

11. MIA certificate of no criminal record.

12. Brief information about the legal entity.

13. Statute and other registration documents of a legal entity.

Additionally, if necessary, interviews with the heads of legal entities are held on the basis of which the decision on admission to exams is made.

In order to be admitted to the exams, the candidate (or the legal entity on whose behalf he / she will carry out the activity) must transfer to the FFU a mandatory cash contribution of UAH 40 for the development of football.

For any information regarding the examinations for candidates for the Permanent Intermediate Certificate, please call: + 38 044 521 06 12, + 38 044 521 05 74 or e-mail: [Email protected], [Email protected].

List of documentation according to which questions are formed for the exam for candidates for certification of permanent intermediary:

1. PFU Regulation on Intermediary Activities (in the current version).

2. FIFA Mediation Regulations (in the current version).

3. FFU regulation on the status and transfer of football players (in the current version).

4. FIFA Regulation on the status and transfer of football players (in the current version).

5. Rules of competitions of the respective leagues (in the current version).

6. The FFU Disciplinary Rules (as amended).

7. FIFA Disciplinary Rules (in the current version).

8. Regulation of the FFU Dispute Resolution Chamber (in its wording).

9. Regulation of the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber (in its wording).

10. The Charter of the FFU (in its current version).

11. FIFA Charter (in the current version).

12. FIFA circulars regarding the status and transfer of football players.

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