Football Law Annual review

In recent years, the development of regulations and legal decisions in various fields of FIFA’s activity have become very relevant issues for professionals in national associations, leagues, clubs and players’ unions as well as for coaches. At times, this has filtered down into footballing society in general.

With this undeniable reality in mind, FIFA has set itself the objective of ensuring that football’s legal stakeholders can get to know the most relevant aspects of the field first hand.

Therefore, FIFA decided to open its doors on an annual basis, the regulatory work, case law and the main decisions of its decision-making bodies and the independent bodies, as well as the main CAS procedures that derived from FIFA’s decisions.

The following materials of the Football Law Annual review are accessible:

Featured Pages

Diploma in Football Law

In recent years, the development of regulations and legal decisions in football has become extraordinarily relevant to the work of professionals at national associations, leagues, clubs and players’ unions.

Diploma in Club Management

The Diploma in Club Management aims to provide club executives from all around the world with the latest practical know-how and insights from the industry, covering key areas in the successful management of football clubs.

Executive Programmes

FIFA’s Executive Programme on Sports Arbitration educates through a hands-on approach to all relevant aspects related to proceedings before CAS, taking into account the specific needs of the world of sport.

Football Law Annual review

In recent years, the development of regulations and legal decisions in various fields of FIFA’s activity have become very relevant issues for professionals in national associations, leagues, clubs and players’ unions as well as for coaches. At times,...

Football Law Talks

Football Law Talks are tailored towards lawyers with an interest in sport law and/or in-house legal counsels of international or national federations, clubs, leagues and player unions.