Teams will be given an extra substitution to use in extra time of UEFA games, including the Champions League.
Teams will be given an extra substitution in games that go to extra time in UEFA competitions, the organising body has announced.
The rule has been successfully applied in the EFL Cup and FA Cup in England, and most recently at the World Cup, and teams participating in the Champions League and Europa League will be able to follow suit this season.
UEFA’s rule change will also apply to Euro 2020.
Clubs will also be allowed to name 12 substitutes to their team sheets in the Champions League and Europa League, instead of the current seven.
Next season’s UEFA Youth League will see a fifth substitute being allowed, a rule that will also be implemented at the men’s and women’s U-17 and U-19 Euros.