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Rex Sport - CEU-UCH
ONLINE MASTER PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL SPORTS LAW
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PSA Annual Conference 2018. Sport, Policy and Politics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
University of Stirling, 21 – 22 March 2018
DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES IN FOOTBALL
AN INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Marc Cavaliero and Michele Colucci (eds.)
International Sports Law and Policy Bulletin 1/2017
ISBN 978-88-940689-7-9 (October 2017)
International and national football associations have autonomy to regulate the activities of their stakeholders, and in particular to create and enforce disciplinary rules to sanction infringements of such regulations.
In such context, it is important to identify what constitutes a disciplinary infringement as well as the relevant judicial process that leads to the imposition of appropriate sanctions.
Traditionally, the judicial bodies of the international and national football associations are competent to investigate and sanction - as the case may be - any infringement that occurs in the frame of a match or a competition which falls within their jurisdiction. However, their bodies may also be competent to sanction violations of the relevant regulatory framework for misconduct which falls outside the scope of a match or competition.
The book has three sections.
The first section reviews the disciplinary framework of FIFA and the regional Confederations (AFC, CAF, CONCACAF, CONMENBOL, OFC, UEFA) and identifies their jurisprudence.
The second section covers disciplinary rules and procedures enacted by the leading national football associations.
The third section undertakes a thorough, comparative analysis of the differences and peculiarities within these various systems. It concludes by highlighting the need for international harmonisation due to the interaction and discrepancies arising within the systems (particularly in relation to different punishments for the same infringements).
This book is unique both in content and the participation of leading international experts in the field. Therefore, we wish to sincerely thank our trusted colleagues and friends who found the time to share with us their knowledge and experience.
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International Encyclopaedia for Sports Law
Edited by M. Colucci
The International Encyclopaedia of Sports Law deals with international and national sports law.
Following the same table of contents, the Encyclopaedia is composed of 33 national monographs
An introductory part may precede each section. For each level of jurisdiction, a further distinction will be made between public regulation (laws and regulation from governmental authorities) and private regulation (regulation and by-laws from sports organisations, like IOC, FIFA, UEFA, etc.)
The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law
Michael A. McCann