Football transfers: Buy-Back Clauses explained
Exeedme is Portuguese Esports Federation new partner
The Portuguese Esports Federation (PESF) announces a new partnership agreement with Exeedme, the first Portuguese Play2Earn platform.
Under the agreement, Exeedme will sponsor the Portuguese national teams in the European Nations Cup and Esports World Championship, competitions organized by the European Federation of Esports (EEF) and the International Federation of Esports (IESF), and provide the platform to organize the qualifiers to determine the Portuguese rosters of the national teams.
Football in Portugal: a player’s right to terminate their sporting link to a club without proving just cause
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 3-16 March 2020
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 18 February 2020 - 2 March 2020
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 27 August 2019 - 9 September 2019
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 4 June 2019 - 17 June
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 23 October 2018 - 5 November 2018
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 4 September 2018 - 17 September 2018
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 6 March - 19 March 2018
The Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) to turn rhetoric into reform at second Sport Integrity Forum
Worldwide extension of sanctions imposed in connection with anti-doping violations
Interview with President of the Portuguese Association of Sports Law
A guide to the Portuguese Regulations of Intermediaries
How FIFA TMS investigations increase transparency and accountability in international football transfers
INTERPOL Integrity in Sport Bi-Weekly Bulletin - 2-15 May 2016
The business of transferring minors in football - can more be done to protect young footballers?
Freezing monies owed from UEFA to secure a debt claim: a case study
UEFA Financial Fair Play: an overview of the clubs’ settlements
R.I.P. TPO: a guide to FIFA’s ban on third party ownership
AFC investigates possible match-fixing at Asian Games and UEFA poised to tackle TPO
Match-fixing news summary: UEFA scrutinise U19 Bulgaria v Portugal match and outline new anti match-fixing proposals
An Introduction To Portugal’s Court Of Arbitration For Sport: A Unique Arbitral Body
Portuguese PLayer Union is fighting back against trafficking
- Portuguese player union is working with the national government and football federation to fight trafficking of footballers.
- Fake agents or scouts routinely trick semi-professional or amateur players into travelling to Europe only to find humiliating conditions
- The player union SJPF is seeking much stricter legislation to punish scammers