On this page you will find presentations made available from the conference Challenges for Football, 20-21 June 2011, Aarhus, DK. The presentations are listed in the order of their appearence at the conference.

Opening session

Stephanie Leach: The European Club football landscape and the need for regulation

Stefan Szymanski: The reassuring stability of football capitalism

Track 1
Football and regulation

Hallgier Gammelsæter: The Organisation and Governance of Top Football Across

Sean Hamil: The need for better governance in football

Rasmus K. Storm: Football and regulation, the Danish case

Rowan Windvogel: Sport against Racism

Gregor Hoveman/Joachim Lammert: Financial Fair Play in the view of the fans

Antonia Hagemann: The need for regulation in view of the fans

Mads Øland: The need for regulation of European football in the view of the players

Oliver Budzinski: Football and regulation - why German teams might win in the end

Track 2
The Perfect player

Jesper Løvind Andersen: Strength training - the FC Copenhagen approach

Jos van Dijk: Game demands and Performance Management in the top

Greg Diment: Mental toughness in Danish football - a behavioural analysis

Track 3

Peter Krustrup: The huge potential of football in combating life style related desease

Laila Ottesen: Football for unskilled, adult women - the hidden potential of footbal

Bent Clausen: Football federations and health - PR-execise or serious business

Lars Kruse: The hidden treasures of football for all

Laura Munch: The 'Football Experimentarium' in Herning

Track 4

Frans Lefeber: Inmotio Object Tracking

David McGillivray: Media 2012

Closing session

Andy Roxburgh: UEFA and the development of football

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