UEFA's Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body consists of a chairman, two vice-chairmen and seven other members.
The Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body has jurisdiction to rule on disciplinary issues and all other matters which fall within its jurisdiction pursuant to the UEFA Statutes or regulations adopted by the UEFA Executive Committee.
The Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body shall, as a rule, reach decisions in the presence of all its members, but is entitled to take a decision if at least three of its members are present.
The chairman of the Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body, one of its vice-chairmen or one of its members acting as ad hoc chairman may make a decision as a judge sitting alone if the sanction is limited to a warning, a reprimand, a fine of up to €25,000, a player suspension or a suspension from carrying out a function for up to three matches, as well as in urgent cases.
In particularly urgent cases (especially regarding admission to, or exclusion from, UEFA competitions) the chairman can refer the case directly to the Appeals Body for decision.
Dr Thomas Partl (Austria)
Jacques Antenen (Switzerland)
Sándor Berzi (Hungary)
Jim Stjerne Hansen (Denmark)
Tomás Gea (Andorra)
Hans Lorenz (Germany)
Rudolf Řepka (Czech Republic)
James Shaw (Northern Ireland)
Joël Wolff (Luxembourg)
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Friday 21 November 2014 15.36CETThe UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) has taken the following decision: Match: 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Group 2, Romania vs. Estonia (2-0) played on 17 September in Iasi. Charges: Art. 15 of the Competition Regulations (fielding an ineligible player) Sanctions: The match is forfeited by Romania and a 3-0 win is awarded to Estonia
Friday 14 November 2014 18.08CETThe Football Association of Serbia (FSS) and the Football Association of Albania (FShF) have appealed against the decisions taken by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) on 23 October. The meeting of the UEFA Appeals Body will be held on Tuesday 2 December. The CEDB had sanctioned both associations after various incidents that occurred during the UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying Group I match between Serbia and Albania, which was played in Belgrade on 14 October. The CEDB had declared the above-mentioned match as forfeited. As a consequence, the FShF was deemed to have lost the game 3-0. In addition, the FShF was fined €100,000. The CEDB had also deducted the FSS three points for the current UEFA European Championship qualifying competition. In addition, the FSS was ordered to play its next two UEFA competition matches as host team behind closed doors. Finally, the association was fined €100,000.