When will the new rules really take hold?
For the first time, we know the full effects of a new set of rules for footballers.
But it is still not clear what will be the level of restrictions for other sports, which may be even more severe than for football.
It is also unclear what will happen to clubs in England, which are already in the grips of a financial crisis, or in Spain, which has seen a severe reduction in ticket sales and reduced TV viewership in the wake of the introduction of the regulations.
The rules introduced on Thursday will mean the most important sporting events of the year, such as the Champions League final, the UEFA Champions League, the World Cup and the Euro finals, will be excluded from the new regulation.
What will the effects be?
Some sports will experience the most drastic cuts in ticket prices, while others will be forced to sell their best-selling tickets to pay the costs.
In some cases, they may have to make changes to their ticket packages to comply with the new restrictions.
And some clubs may be forced, through the introduction, to close their stadiums.
There will be no more clubs in the same city as their home stadiums.
In England, the clubs that already have a permanent stadium will not be affected, and in Spain they will be able to stay in the national stadium, where they already have their permanent home.
What is happening in Italy?
The new regulations will mean that in Italy the same rules apply to all professional teams.
But, unlike the regulations in England and Spain, the rules in Italy will apply to the Italian Serie A, as well as to the lower divisions of the Italian La Liga and Serie B. The new rules will also apply to clubs of all sizes in the lower leagues, as opposed to smaller clubs that are not competing for Champions League places.
As such, the new set will have an impact not only on smaller clubs but also on clubs from the very bottom of the league table.
In Italy, the regulations will apply for every professional team, but there will be exemptions for some smaller clubs and some big clubs, such like Juventus and AC Milan, who do not have their stadiums in the capital.
What happens in Germany?
The rules will not apply to any club in Germany.
Instead, they apply to Bundesliga clubs.
There are two ways in which clubs from smaller clubs in Germany can be affected by the new laws.
First, they will have to apply for the right to use their temporary stadiums in their respective stadiums.
Second, they are allowed to sell season tickets for the 2017-18 season to any fans in their local stadiums.
This means that many clubs from clubs in smaller areas of the country will be allowed to stay at their clubs, as they did before.
The second group, who are smaller clubs, will also be allowed.
However, it is unclear whether these clubs will be offered the option to sell year tickets, as the rules have not been announced.
What about the other big leagues?
The two other major European leagues, the Bundesliga and the Serie A have also not been affected.
But the rules will apply only to the Serie B and Serie A leagues.
As the regulations do not cover the smaller leagues of the smaller clubs like the Bologna and Pescara, this group of clubs will have a harder time finding a home.
The restrictions on smaller teams will apply not only to Serie A clubs, but also to the smaller Serie B teams.
The Serie A rules will affect smaller clubs of clubs from Italy, but they will not also apply for smaller clubs.
What if I already have season tickets in my club?
The first thing you need to do is contact your club.
If your club already has season tickets, you can still buy them.
However you must not sell season passes, which means that your club will not benefit from the reforms.
Instead of buying season tickets at a reduced price, you should instead buy season tickets on the basis of the current season.
In other words, buy season passes now, sell season ticket when the season is over.
The regulations will also affect other season tickets available at a lower price, which is the case for other season ticket types.
What do I do if I do not already have tickets in a stadium?
There are some situations where it may be easier to sell your season tickets than to buy them at the reduced price.
For example, in England it is common for teams to sell away their season tickets as they are sold out, but if they have season ticket packages in place, they can still sell them.
But this only applies to the first two years of a contract.
If you already have some season tickets that you plan to sell, you may need to go through the process of selling season tickets.
If a club is going to be forced into closing their stadium for the sake of complying with the regulations, it may not be a good idea to sell off season tickets before the rules are implemented.
In this case