A football purist, Platini has maintained his position, despite incidents such as Ukraine's "goal" at Euro 2012.
UEFA does not use goal-line technology in its Champions League and Europa League competitions.
Instead, it persists with the use of extra officials behind the goal to inform the referee's decisions.
Speaking to the media last June, Platini said: "The goal between England and Ukraine: it was a goal. It was a mistake from the referee. But there was an offside before then.
"If the officials had given offside there wouldn't have been a goal. So why don't we have technology for offside decisions as well? Where does it stop? It's not goal-line technology in itself.
"I am against technology coming into force to actually make decisions. It invades every single area. If tomorrow someone handballs it on the line and the referee doesn't see it, what then?
"We can't just have goal-line technology. We also need sensors to see if someone has handballed it.
"We need cameras to see if it should be a goal or not."