Play the Game is an
and communication initiative
aiming to strengthen the
ethical foundation of sport
and promote democracy,
transparency and freedom
of expression in sport
Play the Game 2019
Join leading stakeholders in debates on sports governance, corruption and crime, safeguarding of athletes, the future of anti-doping and other vital issues in sport.
Bring your ideas, solutions and expertise to Play the Game 2019 in Colorado Springs (CO), USA, from 13-16 October.
Programme overview and more speakers ready for Play the Game 201905.07.2019 /A tentative schedule showing the sessions for Play the Game 2019 is now ready as new speakers join. Early bird deadline extended. >
Premier League preseason matches have become a global business05.07.2019 /China, Japan, Kenya, Los Angeles, Macau, Singapore… Preseason is about to start and the English Premier League is going global again. It is all about money-spinning. >
Scandals expose widespread harassment in Japanese sport before the Olympics03.07.2019 /Traditionally, Japanese sport has a tough hierarchy, but in the run up to the Olympic Games in Tokyo both the media and the public has begun to critically examine the practice. >
Few clubs dominate Europe’s football leagues25.06.2019 /Despite more debutants having qualified for the upcoming UEFA Champions League, the tournament is still comprised of an exclusive group of clubs dominating their national leagues year after year. >
Key staff members leaving Play the Game25.06.2019 /For a variety of personal reasons, three trusted Play the Game staffers have decided to pursue new work opportunities. As our new analyst and communications officer we welcome Stanis Elsborg. >
Danish sport renews strong commitment to Play the Game, adding to generous U.S. funding25.06.2019 /So far, more than 50,000 dollars have been granted from sports and media organisations in Denmark and Norway. >