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Mon. 18 June 2018

Analysis of five major women’s leagues

The 36th CIES Football Observatory Monthly Report analyses the composition of squads in five major women’s leagues: four European (Germany, Sweden, France and England), as well as the Women’s National Soccer League in the United...[more]

Mon. 18 June 2018

An alumnus from the NMU/FIFA/CIES Executive Programme has been appointed as Coach of the South African National Women’s Rugby Team

Stanley Raubenheimer, who was awarded the NMU/FIFA/CIES Executive Programme in Sports Management in 2014, has just been appointed as coach of the South African national women’s rugby team. He will take charge of the team for...[more]

Mon. 11 June 2018

World Cup squads: France heads the transfer value table

The last Weekly Post before the summer break ranks teams participating in the 2018 FIFA World Cup according to the transfer value of squad members, estimated from the CIES Football Observatory algorithm. At the top three...[more]

Mon. 11 June 2018

FIFA Master alumni – Where are they now? Philip Zimmermann

Philip Zimmermann Current Position: Technical Development Services Programme Manager, Technical Development Division, FIFA Year of graduation: 2015 (15th Edition) Nationality: German What does your current role...[more]

Wed. 06 June 2018

FIFA Master students meet employers from world class sports organisations at the 2018 iWorkinSport job fair

On Friday 18 May, over 300 students and alumni of some of the world’s leading postgraduate courses in sports management – including the FIFA Master - International MA in Management, Law and Humanities of Sport – travelled to...[more]

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