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Collaborations between National Olympic Committees and public authorities
National teams, multiple loyalties. A discussion of three football case studies
Club-militants, institutionalists, critics, moderns and globalists: A quantitative governance-based typology of football supporters
European law and the governance of sport
Conclusions: The rising importance of supporter activism in European football
Issue framing and institutional constraints in EU agenda-setting: an analysis of European Union sports policy
A new horizon in European sports law: The application of the EU state aid rules meets the specific nature of sport
Representation and structural discrimination in football in Europe: the case of minorities and women (summary report)
Introduction to Football and supporter activism in Europe: whose game is it?
Global sport power Europe? The efficacy of the European Union in global sport regulation
Facilitating inclusivity and broadening understandings of access at football clubs: the role of disabled supporter associations
He was not alone: Bosman in context
Whose game is it? Football governance through the eyes of the supporters [Paper #4: Supporter ownership and the Supporter Trust model in football]
Whose game is it? Football governance through the eyes of the supporters [Paper #3: Are supporters getting involved in football governance?]
Whose game is it? Football governance through the eyes of the supporters [Paper #2: What could be done to improve football governance?]
Football stakeholders and governance: FREE Project policy brief no. 2
Whose game is it? Football governance through the eyes of the supporters [Paper #1: What is wrong with football?]
El presunto 'milagro' del deporte espanol en tiempos de crisis: mito o realidad?
Supporters and football governance, from customers to stakeholders: a literature review and agenda for research
Protecting private transnational authority against public intervention: FIFA’s power over national governments
Using a smartphone ‘app’ in qualitative research: the good, the bad and the ugly
How much do supporters care about football governance?
The contribution of Real Madrid’s first five European Cups to the emergence of a common football space
A ‘healthy’ future? Supporters’ perceptions of the current state of English football
The power of FIFA over national governments: a new actor in world politics?
Keeping private governance private: is FIFA blackmailing national governments?
Media perceptions of Arab investment in European football clubs: the case of Malaga and Paris Saint-Germain
The use of legislation in relation to controlling the production, movement, importation, distribution and supply of performance-enhancing drugs in sport (PEDS)
The Lisbon Treaty and EU sports policy: study
The 2001 informal agreement on the international transfer system
Limits of interest empowerment in the European Union: The case of football
Abandoning hopes for veto power: institutional options for sport’s governing bodies in the EU
Playing ball: EU regulation of professional football since the Bosman ruling
Engaging with the EU in order to minimise its impact: sport and the negotiation of the Treaty of Lisbon
Sport policy in Spain
The influence of the EU on the governance of football
The EU and sport governance: between economic and social values
From regulation to governance and representation: agenda-setting and the EU’s involvement in sport
Sport&EU workshop: the EU and the governance of sport, policy and perspectives
The Independent European Sport Review: half full or half empty?