There are six positions for the wearing of crests and badges; allotted areas shall be the following:
Total crest size (edge to edge) shall not be greater than 10cm (4 inches) or not greater than 100 square centimetres (16 square inches). Only one crest for one sponsor is permitted in each area stated. All team sponsors' cresting must have the approval of the team's Member Association. A clothing manufacturer's trademark may be displayed provided it is not greater than 20 square centimetres (3.1 square inches) on jackets and trousers and not greater than 6 square centimetres (0.93 square inches) on any other item of clothing.
Team or Member Associations sponsors cresting will only be permitted if they advertise companies or organisations who carry out business in the country represented by the team concerned, and do not conflict with any Sponsor of European Championships.
The ECF has removed the 4 week prior approval of sponsor’s badges. The onus is now on the players and/or national associations to have them correct. The allocation of the sponsor’s badges will however be checked by the ECF or an ECF umpire at the Team Meeting and, if not placed correctly, will have to be removed before playing at the championships. .
Cresting placement should be the same for all team members on all playing-garments.
No cresting shall be permitted in any other area, or on other item of clothing or curling equipment without prior application to, and approval of the European Curling Federation.
Each team member shall wear identical uniforms for all games. Each garment: shirt, jacket or sweater, shall have the player's surname, in 2-inch (5cm) letters across the upper back of the garment and the country name, in 2-inch (5cm), or larger letters, across the back above the waist. If desired, a national emblem may also be worn on the back, but only in addition to the country name and should be displayed between the player's surname and the country name. The members of a team shall wear light-coloured shirts when throwing stones with light coloured handles and team members shall wear dark-coloured shirts when throwing stones with dark handles. Upper playing garments of all team members must be the same colour during the competition.
When two players have the same surname, the first letter of their given name shall be added to the player's name on the garment. If the first letter is also the same either another initial should be added, or the full or abbreviated given names shown.
All Member Associations shall register the colour of the outer garments, jackets or sweaters, to be used by their teams when competing in European Championships.