What are Financial Fair Play Rules

FFP rules state that what a club spends must be balanced with what they earn.

Financial Fair Play (FFP) are rules established by UEFA to make sure that football clubs were not spending more than they earned and, in doing so, prevent them from falling into financial troubles which may endanger their long-term survival – and, in their words, “improve the overall financial health of European football”.

FFP regulations were introduced to discourage  clubs from overspending in areas such as player wages and transfers.


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