The preliminary results of the National Sports Governance Observer will be revealed at Play the Game 2017, taking place in Eindhoven, 26-30 November. Hear about the project partners’ expectations of the outcome of the project in a series of video interviews.
Another ‘Thrilla in Manila’ goes down on 21 September. This time, though, it is not a boxer taking severe punches. Instead, a president of a National Olympic Committee enters the ring. Will he survive?
A series of ongoing investigations in Brazil and France displays the extensity of corruption surrounding last year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. IOC reaffirm its commitment to protect the integrity of sport.
With a €100,000 donation from the Dutch sports ministry, the Netherlands have shown great confidence and engagement in this year’s Play the Game conference. The city of Eindhoven and Danish sports organisations have also volunteered generous support for Play the Game 2017.
How does sport ride the waves of cultural, political, social and technological change? How is sport adapting to a world in change and the many calls for reform? Is sport too conservative to change? Help search for answers at Play the Game 2017.