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Le nouveau Code mondial antidopage - évolutions et perspectives

La nouvelle version du code mondial antidopage (CMAD) est entrée en vigueur le 1er janvier 2015. Outil central de la lutte contre le dopage pour les fédérations sportives internationales et nationales ainsi que pour les États, le CMAD a été révisé avec la ferme volonté d’intensifier la lutte et d’en renforcer l’efficacité.
A cette fin, de nouveaux dispositifs ont été mis en place : nouveaux comportements interdits, méthodes de détection et de caractérisation des faits de dopage élargies, preuve des violations des règles antidopage facilitée, sanctions plus flexibles ...

Seminario Internacional Derecho y Fútbol 2015

The AIAF member Ricardo De Buen Rodríguez and his Law Firm organize - in collaboration with the Colegio de Abogados de México, Ibero Cuidad de México, RexSport and the AIAF - an international conference Derecho y Fútbol.

This conference will be held on 29 June 2015 at the Universidad Iberoamericana de la Cuidad de México.

Program and Speakers

Free entrance - Registration with Angélica López (5280 8488)

 

Questionnaire about AIAF Congress in Istanbul

Dear Participant,

Please take few minutes to answer to the questionnaire attached concerning the Third AIAF Congress in Istanbul.

You are invited to send it back to the following email address: contact@aiaf-law.com.

Thank you

AIAF Seminar in Istanbul, 21-22 May 2015 - Program and registration form

The third AIAF Congress will be held in Istanbul (Turkey) on 21-22 May 2015, at the Turkish Football Federation's new Headquarter: Hasan Doğan National Teams Camp and Education Facilities.

Address: Riva/Beykoz/İstanbul

We will be hosted by our colleague Emin OZKURT in his country.

Three topics will be addressed as part of the Seminar:

  • New FIFA regulations regarding agents and TPO
  • UEFA FFP and the FFP regulations in other confederations
  • Legal matters of E-ticketing system

Register Now!

The Spanish and Portuguese Leagues denounce FIFA’s TPO ban to the European Commission

Please find below the joint press release:

The Spanish and Portuguese Leagues denounce FIFA’s TPO ban to the European Commission

The complaint alleging the infringement of European Union competition rules could see FIFA incur a seven-figure penalty and result in clubs, players and third party owners being compensated.

FIFA circulars no. 1464 (TPO) and 1468

Two circulars were recently published by FIFA.

Circular no. 1464 was released on 22 December 2014. It is related to Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, and deals specifically with third-party ownership of players’ economic rights (“TPO”).

AIAF Congress at Hasan Doğan National Teams Camp and Education Facilities

  • AIAF Congress

In partnership with the Turkish Football Federation, the third AIAF Congress will be held at its new Headquarter:

Hasan Doğan National Teams Camp and Education Facilities

Riva/Beykoz/İstanbul

 

  • Hotels selection

AIAF has selected three prestigious hotels for the participants: 

FIFA to ban TPO from May 2015!

Chaired by FIFA President Blatter, the FIFA Executive Committee completed on 19 December 2014 its last meeting of the year in Marrakech (Morocco), on the eve of the final of the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup.

Following its decision of general principle that third-party ownership of players’ economic rights (TPO) shall be banned with a transitional period, the Executive Committee approved the following measures:

 - The ban will come into force on 1 May 2015;

FIFA says stop to third-party ownership of players' economic rights (TPO)

Chaired by FIFA President Sepp Blatter, the FIFA Executive Committee completed, on the 26 September 2014, a two-day meeting at the Home of FIFA in Zurich.

In order to protect the integrity of the game and the players, the Executive Committee took the decision of general principle that third-party ownership of players’ economic rights (TPO) shall be banned with a transitional period (3-4 years).

The matter is now back in the hands of the TPO working group, under the chairmanship of Geoff Thompson, for the relevant technical regulations to be drafted.

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