Dear colleagues,

7th European Championships in Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics

April 19 to 23 2017 – Cluj-Napoca (ROU)



In accordance with the Media Rules UEG, all Accreditation (national and international media except TV rights holder) will be made only online via the platform FIG / UEG.
We kindly ask you to respect the accreditation deadlines.
Only the requests from journalists / professional photographers, holding a press card (national or international) or presenting a formal request from the media they represent (editor’s letter) will be accepted. The correspondents of the National Federations will also have to address to the UEG an official request (by e-mail, fax or mail) of the federation which they represent.
The accredited media will receive in due time, direct information from the different organising committees.

For any request of information, please contact the UEG office:
By e-mail:

 ce2017-v-engMedia accreditation deadline:  07.04.2017

To request your accreditation, click HERE!

The Media Rules concerning UEG events are available for consultation by clicking on the documents below:

UEG Media Rules 2017

 * Media Declaration
 * Online Media Profile Website Questionnaire
 * Request for Interview

Status of Journalists, Editors and Photographers
a. Professionals

Professional journalists, editors and photographers holding an official and valid press card issued by recognised international press agencies, and official national or international Sports Journalists Associations will be accredited.
b. Freelancers
A Freelance Editor or Photographer refers to a full time professional Editor or Photographer, who is not employed by an agency or newspaper – a self-employed professional.
A Freelance Editor or Photographer must provide written evidence that it operates on behalf of a media clearly identified.
A Freelance Editor or Photographer operating on his/her own account will not be accepted.
c. Bloggers
A website can apply for recognition and acceptance by UEG with the identity and statute of an independent website, “stand alone” or multisport. Blogs are accepted as public journalism when they function integrated within a recognised journalistic media.
– A multisport (several or all sports) website should be recognised and registered as a real and full journalistic medium by its official national general journalist’s organisation and/or their legal authorities ruling media affairs.
– Website specialised in gymnastics must be recognised by its national federation.
– Sites which function mainly as a pass-through-site for edited copy/paste-content cannot be recognised as a press medium.
– Fan-sites, sponsor-sites, promotional sites and event-linked sites cannot be recognised as a press medium.
d. Representatives of the National Gymnastics Federations
For representatives of the UEG affiliated National Federations, acting as media for their Press & Communication activities, the UEG will deliver max. 2 EF (written press) and 1 EPF (photo) accreditations per Federation.
When requesting accreditation, the Federation must submit by mail an official document duly signed by its President, attesting in good faith the position of the Media delegate(s).
A double accreditation (press and delegation member) is not accepted.

Editorial Content
Only professional journalists, editors and photographers operating for an editorial use exclusively will be accepted. An editorial use implies use by a media: agencies, newspaper, magazines, TV, Internet.


Our desire is to provide the best working conditions to all accredited colleagues at the Gymnastics European Championships in Cluj-Napoca (Romania), April 19-23, 2017.
Therefore, we try to offer solutions for Hotel Bookings for the period you want to assist at the European Championship

For more information click here: HOTEL BOOKING CLUJ


Please do not hesitate to contact Head of Media Emanuel Fântâneanu, AIPS Executive Committee Member, in case you have any questions.
Phone: +40 722 350 500

For more other information about Media Accreditations click: UEG – Media