Staying on Side: How to Stop Match Fixing
Resume

The specific objectives are: To establish partnerships between leading anti-corruption organisations and professional football leagues as well as other relevant stakeholders in six EU Member States and at the European level, To raise awareness among key stakeholders (officials of national football leagues and federations, clubs, players, referees, coaches, heads of youth academies, technical staff, the media, supporters, etc.) and the general public about match- fixing and the risks and costs associated with it, To pilot existing and develop new approaches and good practice in preventing and tackling matchfixing in six EU Member States and at European level, To develop and test materials (flyers, brochures), tools and models for country- specific workshops to train officials of national football leagues and federations, clubs, players, coaches, heads of youth academies, technical staff and referees in how to avoid being part of match-fixing.

Start Date
2013-01-01
End Date
2014-06-30
External Partners
CIES-IUL - Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology
Transparency International e.V. Secretariat
Transparency International Italy
Transparency International Deutschland e.V.
Transparency International Greece
Transparency International Lithuanian chapter
Data from Ciência-IUL
ISCTE FCT Portugal
W3C