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18 March 2021
UPDATE Erasmus+: Webinar Against Match Fixing
A webinar is now available as part of the Erasmus+ project AMFIX.
16 February 2021
Trust as the basis of information exchange – Supporting the Erasmus+ project T-PREG
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10 February 2021
3rd Advanced NOCs Virtual Training on the Prevention of the Manipulation of Competitions
9 December 2020
Annual Report 2020 available for download
Handball-juniors national team
13 November 2020
Flexibility rules

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12 November 2020

Basketball pros trained again

Prevention is key to combat match-fixing, but it is not a magic wand. "As much as there is awareness rasing and warnings, there is no guarantee at all that things can and are still happeningl," says Günter Kaltenbrunner. "That is why we have to keep on working and spreading our messages and our knowledge." More
11 November 2020

Integrity Workshop 2.0 - Virtual seminar for the EHF

At the invitation of the European Handball Federation (EHF), Severin Moritzer made an expert contribution to an online workshop as part of the 2nd module of the current EHF Master Coach course. More
11 November 2020

Coach the coaches - trainer education with the Play Fair Code

As a long-term partner of the Austrian Football Federation (ÖFB) and the UEFA, the Play Fair Code has already trained thousands of football-players and their entourage in club- and national team workshops giving them an understanding of the risks and dangers of match-fixing and betting fraud. More
14 October 2020

Risks are ubiquitous: also in the female world of football

On the occasion of the FIFA Women's World Cup in France last year, the renowned New York Times published a noteworthy article about the subject of match-fixing and came to the conclusion that women's soccer is not immune to criminal schemes either. More
8 October 2020

Austrian Volleyball Federation: With prevention against suspected cases

Football, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, skiing, handball - and now also volleyball: the range of Austrian sports associations and leagues cooperating closely with the Play Fair Code is steadily growing. “Volleyball Austria sees itself as a progressive, modern institution that is a pioneer on many levels - especially when it comes to good governance,” Gernot Leitner, President of the Austrian Volleyball Association (ÖVV) explains. "We have already had previous exchange with the Play Fair Code in recent years, and now there is an official partnership that I am very much looking forward to." More
8 October 2020

Regional leagues trained for the second time

"It is in the nature of prevention measures that they must never be stopped," says Severin Moritzer, referring to the integrity workshops of the (three-pronged) Austrian third football league. More
30 September 2020

Partnership with the IOC

As part of the longstanding cooperation between the Play Fair Code and the IOC, three joint projects were implemented this year. More
23 September 2020

Play Fair Code and Good Governance: True-life reality

"Risks and chances - association management of the future” has been the headline of this year's “Sport Austria Summit” experts' conference, which was due to the ongoing pandemic streamed live from the House of Sports in Vienna. More
22 September 2020

Covid Prevention measures for Play Fair Code training activities

As an integrity platform in sport, the Play Fair Code feels particularly committed to transparent, exemplary and responsible behavior and action. Especially in times of crisis it is essential to stick to this maxim and make a contribution. More
18 September 2020

Another prevention-tour in the Austrian Football Academies, or: Sensitizing the next generation.

The youngsters of the national youth teams represent the top-flights, not grassroots level. That is why Play Fair Code trainings for the Austrian Football Academies are of special importance. More
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