UESA President: Alan Guilder
UESA Executive Committee
The UESA Executive Committee is UESA’s supreme executive body. It comprises the UESA President, 16 other members elected by a UESA Congress, plus two elected by the European Club Association and one by the European Leagues.
The UESA administration conducts UESA’s business and has been based at the House of European Subbuteo in Royal Tunbridge Wells, England since 2017.
Committees & panels
Nineteen committees are involved in shaping UESA’s policy across the broad palette of European Subbuteo.
UESA Organs for the Administration of Justice
UESA’s Organs for the Administration of Justice are the disciplinary bodies (the Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body and the Appeals Body), the Ethics and Disciplinary Inspectors and the Club Financial Control Body.
Together for the Future of Subbuteo
UESA’s strategy covers the period 2017 to 2024 and is based on four main pillars: connecting Subbuteo with football, establishing grassroots, creating trust, engaging competitiveness.
The history of UESA
Formed in Tunbridge Wells in 1979, UESA has become the guardian of Subbuteo in Europe by working closely with its member associations and other stakeholders to promote, protect and nurture the sport at all levels.