Women's Football Competitions Supervisor


Role Type



Posting Date

Jun 1, 2022

Role description

Main goal
A key member of the Womens Football Unit, the UEFA Womens Football Competitions Supervisor will be responsible for one of the worlds most important womens sports competitions, the UEFA Womens Champions League. The chosen candidate will have a unique opportunity to work in a dynamic, fast-growing domain, ensuring the delivery of the UEFA Womens Champions League at a standard befitting a world-class football competition and contributing to its further strategic evolution.

Key responsibilities
- Leading the sporting aspects of the competition in consultation with the Senior Competitions Manager;
- Ensuring that the competitions wider strategic goals are met; - Building and developing relationships with participating clubs;
- Acting as the main internal contact person for competition-related matters;
- Building relationships and ensuring synergies with other departments and units;
- Preparing, supervising and coordinating draws and workshops;
- Preparing the competition regulations in consultation with all internal stakeholders;
- Preparing fixture lists, coefficients and other competition-related documentation;
- Supervising the production of the operational manual for clubs participating in the competition;
- Monitoring matches and supervising any follow-up action in cooperation with the Football Operations Unit;
- Liaising with relevant experts on matters related to bidding by associations wishing to host finals of the competition;
- Supervising and coordinating the competition entry process;
- Ensuring the completion of all administrative follow-up after each round, including the distribution of payments and performance bonuses to participating clubs;
- Ensuring the distribution of solidarity payments to non-participating clubs;
- Proactively preparing analyses, reports and statistics with the evolution of the competition in mind;
- Preparing competition-related documentation for meetings of the UEFA Womens Football Committee and the UEFA Executive Committee

Experience required:
- From 4 to 6 years' working in an international environment, ideally in sport or for a sports organisation
- Post-secondary diploma or equivalent
- English / Proficient
- Other European languages would be an asset
Additional requirements:
- MS Office / Proficient
- Passion for women's football
- Experience in the organisation of football competitions
- Ability to travel

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