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National teams, multiple loyalties: A discussion of through three football case studies from 2018
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?
Conclusions: the rising importance of supporter activism in European football
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?