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EU slaps EUR 12.5m antitrust fine on Nike
The EU Commission fined Nike EUR 12.5 million Monday for banning traders from selling the licensed merchandise of some of Europe's best-known football clubs to ...
ECJ rules on Dutch gambling laws - Industry calls on the European Commission to propose legislation at EU level
Today, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) rendered two preliminary rulings addressing key questions relating to the compliance of the Dutch legislation with ...
Although not directed specifically at sport, many of the rules, policies and programmes of the European Union have an impact on the sports world or are of ...
EU funding for sport-related activities
State aid: Horserace betting levies must be fully compliant with EU state aid rules
The industry bodies representing the leading European online betting operators are concerned about today's European Commission decision that confirms a French ...
EU funding program rewards ground-breaking educational campaign against match fixing
The European Commission gives a green light to co-finance with the European online betting industry and EU Athletes an educational campaign that will help ...
Messi can register 'MESSI' trademark says EU Court
Lionel Messi, the world's best-paid footballer, can register the trademark 'MESSI' for sports equipment and clothing, the EU's top Court ruled Thursday despite ...
Commission strengthens EU role in sports
The European Commission has adopted new proposals aimed at strengthening the societal, economic and organisational dimensions of sport. Athletes, sport ...
Barcelona, Real Madrid 'in breach of EU state aid rules'
Barcelona and Real Madrid were among seven Spanish football clubs deemed by the European Commission Monday to have been granted unfair advantage under EU state ...
Brussels extends cooperation with UEFA
The EU Commission and the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) signed a new agreement Wednesday to consolidate and strengthen their cooperation in ...
EU announces plans to get us off our couches with a European Week of Sport
On the eve of the Brazil World Cup, the EU's Sports Commissioner Androulla Vassilio announced plans for the first European Week of Sport, to take place in ...
No tax break for bridge, as it's not a sport: EU Court
Bridge is not a 'sport' and cannot be exempt from the EU's VAT Directive, the European Court of Justice court ruled Thursday, though it does come under the ...
Brussels confirms antitrust raids on sports media firms
EU officials carried out unannounced inspections in several Member States at the premises of companies active in the distribution of media rights and related ...
Sport in the European Union
News about European Union policy and initiatives relating to sport in the EU.
Sport and the European Union - guide
Millions of Europeans engage in sport and other physical activities - an established feature of life in Europe. The EU's policy agenda on soprt includes the ...
The application of the Community rules on free movement of workers to sport is not dealt with in any specific Community legal provisions. However, there exists ...
Sweep Investigations: 2010 Sweep on tickets for cultural and sporting events
27 EU Member States plus Norway and Iceland participated in the fourth EU led Sweep investigation to check websites selling tickets for cultural and sporting ...
The European Commission has published an independent study on the ‘home-grown players’ rule adopted by UEFA. This rule requires clubs participating in the ...
ECJ: AG refers the question of the consistency of the German sports betting monopoly to the national court
Today Advocate General (AG) Mengozzi issued two opinions in the German cases Markus Stoss (C-316/07) and Carmen Media Group (C-46/08). C-316/07 (Stoss) is ...
Football clubs eligible for compensation, EU Court rules
The European Court of Justice has ruled that football clubs who have trained and prepared young players may seek compensation if that player wishes to sign ...
WHITE PAPER ON SPORT & COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT "BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT"
Sport - a growth engine for EU economy
Sport is an important economic sector in the EU in its own right, with a share in the national economies which is comparable to agriculture, forestry and ...
"Science and Technology" - Special EUROBAROMETER 340
According to this Eurobarometer report published on 21 June, nearly 80% of Europeans say they are interested in scientific discoveries and technological ...
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Time to speed up climate action
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The Week Ahead no. 474
German EU presidency priorities - Just Transition Fund - road transport sector reform

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