Preliminary conclusion

by: in Law
Football corruption

Football for sale: what is the problem, and what are the solutions? Read our previous reports (Spain, England, Germany and the Netherlands) to find out.

As noted at the onset, the aim of this collaborative contribution was not to provide an in-depth overview of what various European football associations are doing at the national level to ensure financial fair play and to increase transparency of club ownership and governance structures.

Rather, our humble aim was simply to shed some light and to increase our collective awareness of this currently under-regulated problem that is plaguing our beautiful game across four jurisdictions. For those of you interested in learning more about this subject, please consider attending the seminar on this very interesting topic on 23 May 2017 at 3:30pm (University Maastricht-Feestzaal). More information about this event will follow soon, but we look forward to seeing you then, and on behalf of the “Corruption in Football” Premium Team, we thank you for reading our contributions! If you are interested in the sources we used for these blogs, then please let us know by sending an e-mail. 

The 4 case studies were written as part of the Premium Project on “Corruption in Football.” The Premium Team consists of Teresa Vazquez Lopez (Spain Report), Aurelie Wertz (England Report), Hanna Harnisch (Germany Report), and Marije Ariëns (the Netherlands Report).

 Published on Law Blogs Maastricht 
 Read the 1st blog Introduction 
 Read the 2nd blog Spain report 
 Read the 3rd blog England report
 Read the 4th blog Germany report
 ​Read the 5th blog Netherlands report