The appeal against England striker Wayne Rooney's three-match ban has been brought forward by a day so he can attend the hearing in Switzerland.
Rooney was handed the suspension - which rules him out of the group phase of the Euro 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine - after being sent off in England's final qualifying game against Montenegro.
UEFA had been due to hear the appeal in Nyon on December 9 but have agreed to a Football Association request to bring it forward one day so Rooney can attend.
Rooney will be in Switzerland on December 7 as Manchester United play a Champions League fixture against Basle that day.
The 26-year-old was sent off when he kicked out at Miodrag Dzudovic which led to him becoming only the second England player - after David Beckham - to be sent off twice.
The dismissal brought an automatic one-match ban for England's next competitive game, their first of the finals, but UEFA's Control and Disciplinary Body subsequently decided to increase the punishment, a decision which the FA have since appealed against.