FIFA and UEFA lose ‘Listed Events Challenge’
Published 07 August 2013
In follow up to Sheridans’ Sport Group Associate Tom Burrow’s article on the Advocate General’s Opinion in December 2012, Andrew Nixon and Morris Bentata examine the impact of the decision, and the possibility of the UK government expanding its list of protected events to include FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championships qualifying matches.
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- Tags: Broadcasting | Commercial Law | European Commission | FIFA | Football | General Court of the European Union | Listed Events | UEFA | United Kingdom (UK)
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