UEFA has opened the accreditation process for the European Championship.

Journalists wishing to be accredited at the UEFA Under 21 Championship 2023 can apply online through UEFA platforms. Thus, to request accreditation it is necessary to be registered on the UEFA Media Channel portal. If you are not registered, you can request your access HERE.

Afterwards, after ensuring that you are registered on the above mentioned portal, you can apply for accreditation on the UEFA platform.

The accreditation application deadline is May 7, 2023, but we advise you to submit your applications as soon as possible!

If you encounter any problems, please contact UEFA at the email address: media.accreditations@uefa.ch.

The final UEFA Under 21 Championship tournament will take place between 21 June and 8 July 2023 in Romania and Georgia.

Romania will host no less than 15 matches of the final tournament: Group B matches will be played in Bucharest, which includes Romania, Spain, Ukraine and Croatia, plus one match from the quarterfinals and a semifinal. And in Cluj-Napoca, the matches of Group D will be held in which France, Italy, Norway and Switzerland will face each other, and then a quarter-final.

The matches will take place at Steaua and Rapid-Giulesti stadiums in Bucharest and at Cluj Arena and Dr. Constantin Rădulescu in Cluj-Napoca. The schedule of matches and other details about the competition can be found at https://www.frf.ro/under21-en/.

In Georgia, Group C matches will be played which includes Germany, England, Czech Republic, Israel, Group D matches with Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium and Georgia, and then two quarter-finals, a semi-final and the final of the competition.