When will UEFA’s ‘FIFA’ rule on the TV market be enforced?

When will UEFA’s ‘FIFA’ rule on the TV market be enforced?

It’s official: UEFA’s proposed ‘Fifa’ rule will be enforced when the 2022 World Cup takes place in Qatar in December 2018.

The new law was published on Tuesday by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg, after months of legal wrangling.

The ruling is expected to be announced on Thursday.

The European Court is the highest court in the EU.

The law aims to make the 2022 tournament compulsory in all member states.

The ECJ said the new rule was necessary because “it is clear that the majority of fans have a fundamental interest in having their games broadcast live, irrespective of whether they support the national team, as UEFA has indicated”.

UEFA’s governing body also says it is not legally binding, but it does have the power to enforce it.

“It is not up to UEFA to decide whether this rule is a legal requirement for the 2022 Fifa World Cup,” it said.

The World Cup will take place on 12-14 September 2022, in a venue to be determined, but the dates have not yet been announced.

The tournament will be hosted in the Gulf, the site of the 2022 European Championship.

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