FIFA Global Integrity Program continues with CONCACAF edition
35 member associations from North, Central America and the Caribbean to take part
Concacaf workshop begins on 11 August 2021
FIFA Global Integrity Programme, developed in collaboration with the UNODC, aims to educate and build integrity capacity across football
Thirty-five member associations from across the Concacaf region will come together this week to begin the third edition of the FIFA Global Integrity Programme, a dedicated integrity initiative designed to improve education and build integrity capacity across football.
Concacaf Statement – Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and the Gold Cup Draw
For the purposes of the 2021 Gold Cup draw, scheduled to take place on Monday September 28, at 8:00 pm ET, Trinidad and Tobago will be drawn in the Prelims as planned.
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 19 March 2019 - 1 April 2019
Key sports law cases of 2017 – Central & South America
Key sports law issues of 2016 & key cases to watch in 2017 – Central & South America
Weekly integrity in sport update from INTERPOL 11-17 January 2016
Integrity in sports update: Indian government forms ‘All India Council of Sports'
Integrity in sport update: Italy's coach, Conte, seeks hearing over match-fixing claims
Integrity In Sport Update: New South Wales police investigate allegations of match-fixing
15 European countries sign anti match-fixing treaty; AIFF to ban cellphones in dressing rooms
New Jersey permits sports wagers; experts at Soccerex identify "significant global threat" to football
Match-fixing update: illegal World Cup betting crackdown continues with multiple arrests in Malaysia, China and Thailand
Match-fixing update: FA's tough new betting laws and Sportradar expand Fraud Detection System with CONCACAF
Match-Fixing Update: global efforts to ensure World Cup safety
Concacaf successfully recovers misappropriated funds to further benefit football development in the region
- Significant US DOJ announcement brings five-year legal process to a close
- Recovered funds to be invested in football development activities
Concussion protocols being used at 2021 SCL
MIAMI, Florida – Concacaf is using the IFAB additional permanent “concussion substitutes” in the 2021 Scotiabank Concacaf League with the implementation of Protocol B enforced throughout the competition.
This follows the successful application of Protocol B throughout the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup.