Whilst Senyan sport has a proud tradition of non-commercialism, with shirt-sponsorships, pitchside advertisements, renaming teams and stadia after commercial partners are all banned, visiting foreign teams have been exempt from these restrictions. In football, this has manifested itself with many visiting foreign club teams taking part in FMF and AEFA tournaments wearing kits displaying sponsor logos, and a noteworthy incident of rioting coming out of Red Bear Dragonmoor's fixtures against Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets in the 2017-18 AEFA Champions' League.
As a government, we believe it is important to promote certain values in sports, mainly competitive, co-operation, unity, and a sense of community, and we believe the commercialisation of sport defies these sporting and Senyan values.
As a result, the following rules have been implemented;
1) All visiting sports teams from foreign nations will be barred from playing in kits that display a sponsor's logo in games that take place in Senya, Lamantia and Tiana.
a) The logos of approved charities will be exempt
b) This rule will not affect importing foreign kits for non-sporting use (ie replica kits) into Senya
c) Supporters of foreign clubs will be able to wear sponsored replica shirts in the stadium
d) The replica shirts of foreign clubs with sponsored names will be forbidden to import in Senya, ownership or attempting to import will result in a fine of
2) Senya will refuse to admit anyone associated with a club which contains a sponsor's name in the club name, or with a workaround name that evokes a sponsor's name.
a) FADESS, FVL and the TFSF will request to the AEFA and FMF that Senyan clubs be prevented from being drawn with such clubs in competitions, and will petition for a complete ban of such clubs Micras-wide.
b) Senyan, Lamantian and Tianan players will not be permitted to sign contracts with such clubs. Doing so will result in revocation of passport and the threat of either imprisonment of execution upon return to Senya.
c) Senya, Lamantia and Tiana will refuse to play matches in foreign stadiums with sponsored names and home stadiums of clubs with sponsored names.