The UEFA anti-doping team will deliver a comprehensive doping control testing programme at UEFA EURO 2020. The programme aims to protect the physical, emotional and financial investment of players, officials and spectators by ensuring a drug-free tournament. The role of the anti-doping chaperone is one of great responsibility and must be carried out in a professional manner. Their task is to notify one of the players selected for a doping control and to escort him from the time he is notified until the doping test is complete.
Anti-Doping Chaperone Volunteer
- MD: 14, 18, 22 & 27 June
- 5 shifts (incl. training)
As an Anti-Doping Chaperone Volunteer you are responsible for informing and guiding the right player for the anti-doping check that must take place at the time.