This report concerns the provisions and practices on betting-related match fixing in sports within the 28 Member States.
This study provides a comprehensive overview of current practice and legislation as it applies to the prevention of doping and promotes and supports the sharing of best practices in the EU regarding the fight against doping in recreational sport. It concludes with seven recommendations for future action that focus on the need for a coordinated response in relation to the problems arising from doping in recreational sport.
Physical Education and Sport at School in Europe maps the state of play of physical education and sport activities at school in 30 European countries. The report covers primary and lower secondary education and provides an insight into the following topics: national strategies and large-scale initiatives where they exist, the status of physical education in national curricula and steering documents, recommended annual taught time, pupil assessment, teacher education, extracurricular activities and planned national reforms.
This Eurobarometer survey will contribute to providing some of the data to support the developing policy framework for promoting sport and physical activity.
Executive summary of the report on "The Economic and Legal Aspects of Transfers of Players".
This study comes 17 years after the Bosman ruling which transformed transfer practices in professional sport and 11 years after the informal agreement between FIFA, UEFA and the European Commission which, to a large extent, established the new FIFA rules on transfers. The report examines transfer rules adopted in other sports or in other continents and which are aimed at promoting fairer competition.
Recommended policy actions in support of dual careers in high-performance sport : approved by the EU Expert Group 'Education & Training in Sport'. These guidelines are addressed primarily to policy makers in the Member States, as inspiration for the formulation and adoption of action-oriented national dual career guidelines and to raise awareness at national level about the concept of dual careers.
A European project : new results
The purpose of this study is to illustrate how corruption in sport, specifically match-fixing, is covered in national criminal law. To this end, an extensive survey with national ministries in the 27 Member States, sporting organisations and betting operators was carried out.
Preparatory actions and special events 2009-2011
This Communication presents the Commission’s proposals for EU-level cooperation in sport for the coming years and puts forward measures to enhance the societal, economic and organisational dimensions of sport.