• Photo: UCCS
    13.05.2019 /
    Support from the Norwegian and Danish journalist unions has secured a limited number of conference grants for this fall’s Play the Game conference.
  • Mics _football _hongkong -Andy Leung _Pixabay
    03.05.2019 /
    Over the years, press freedom in sport has been a recurring subject for Play the Game. On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, Play the Game has put together a compilation of articles that look into some of challenges that sports journalists face in their line of work and discuss sports journalism in broader terms.
  • Andrew Jennings
    15.04.2019 /
    For some journalists, reporting on integrity breaches in sport comes at a price, says this paper and presents various dangers that sports journalists face. The paper is commissioned by EPAS as part of their work with UNESCO’s Kazan Action Plan.
  • Photo: Nelson Oliveira/Flickr
    30.08.2018 /
    How much money went into the hosting of the 1950 FIFA World Cup in Brazil? And what about the 2014 World Cup? A group of Brazilian journalists has explored the costs of these events and is now planning to expand to project to cover all FIFA World Cups.
  • Photo: TED Conference/Flickr
    20.08.2018 /
    Ghana and FIFA have reached a compromise moving forward after an exposé revealing widespread corruption in the Ghana Football Federation left the federation in crisis.
  • Photo: Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
    14.06.2018 /
    Reporters Without Borders uses the 2018 FIFA World Cup to raise awareness about Russia's tight grip on media freedom.
  • Photo: Jonas Berlin/WIngman Media
    08.06.2018 /
    A new Danish documentary looks into Russia and England's use of national intelligence services in the battle to win the World Cup hosting rights. But, according to England's former World Cup consultant Peter Hargitay, who was present at the film premiere in Copenhagen, other football nations have also turned to professional spies for allies.
  • Photo: Wikimedia
    29.05.2018 /
    A new handbook for foreign journalists covering the 2018 World Cup in Russia is labelled ‘russophobic’ by Russian Foreign Minister's spokesperson.

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