Rule changes could influence Chelsea when Champions League resumes one month from now. Various guideline changes have been reported by UEFA this evening. UEFA has announced several rule changes ahead of the Champions League returning next month.

The administering body a month ago reported that the 2019/20 Champions League will finish up with a ‘last eight’ scaled-down competition in Lisbon in August. Champions League fans can book Champions League Final Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Champions League Final Tickets - Rule changes could affect Chelsea when tournament restarts next month
Champions League Final – Rule changes could affect Chelsea when tournament restarts next month

The quarter- and semi-finals will be reduced to one leg from the standard two-leg format, with the games commencing on 12 August and the final taking place on 23 August. Fans will not be allowed to attend the games under current conditions.

Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin admitted that “things change rapidly,” in a briefing last month. And now UEFA has confirmed that unplayed round-of-16 second legs will be held either at the club’s home ground or a venue assigned by them.

Sides can also register a maximum of three new ‘List A’ players, but each squad is still limited to 25 List A players, and players must have been already registered an also, qualified to play for the club at a residential level since 3 February.

And similar to the Premier League, teams will be able to make five substitutions a game but will only be allowed to make these changes at three points in the game.

Champions League Final Tickets - Rule changes could affect Chelsea when tournament restarts next month
Champions League Final – Rule changes could affect Chelsea when tournament restarts next month

These three events do exclude changes at half-time, between the finish of ordinary playing time and extra-time, and at half-time during additional time. One additional substitution may also be allowed during extra-time. A total of 23 players will be allowed on a teamsheet for games instead of 18, something usually only permitted for the final.

Both Chelsea and Manchester City are still alive and kicking in this season’s competition and have the second-leg of their respective last-16 ties against Bayern Munich and Real Madrid still to play.

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