International Centre for
Sports Studies

Avenue DuPeyrou 1
2000 Neuchâtel
Tel +41 32 718 39 00


Fri. 21 October 2016

Important appointment for South African alumnus

Katebe Chengo, a student of the 9th edition of the FIFA/CIES Executive Programme in Sports Management organised by Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa), has just been appointed to the Publicity, Promotions and...[more]

Tue. 18 October 2016

The best clubs recruit the least players

Issue number 161 of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post compares big-5 league teams according to the number of players in their current squad signed after January 1st 2016. The best performing teams recruited fewer...[more]

Mon. 17 October 2016

Manchester United Welcomes 17th edition Class

On Tuesday 11th October, the 17th edition class of the International MA in Management, Law and Humanities of Sport (" FIFA Master ") had a day to remember when they were the guests of Manchester United Football Club....[more]

Tue. 11 October 2016

National players: English teams at the bottom of the table

Issue number 160 of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post presents the percentage of domestic league minutes played by national footballers since the start of the season. At the top of the table is Osasuna (97%), while...[more]

Tue. 04 October 2016

“The Balotelli Generation”: New book from the International Centre for Sport Studies (CIES)

The International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) is pleased to announce the publishing of the 205-page book “The Balotelli generation. Issues of Inclusion and Belonging in Italian Football and Society”, which is authored by...[more]

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