On 6th February, 2018 in Warsaw was presented the project “Against Match fixing”. The National Sports Academy “Vassil Levski” participates in the project as a partner. The Duration of the Project is 3 years and will go through two main phases: Research among players to assess the motivation and degree of exposure of a player to match fixing activities and development of training program for match fixing prevention.
The first-phase activities are: to investigate the financial and nonfinancial factors which influence on match fixing. The aim of this research is to be examined the procedures and the methods used in the process of match fixing and to examine the psychological aspects of the problem. In the second phase an on-line training course is envisaged to be held.
The materials that will developed during the Project will be available on a special platform for e-learning and on a mobile app. на проекта онлайн платформа за електронно обучение и мобилно приложение.
The project “Against match fixing” is funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + Sport Program. Coordinator of the Project is the Polish Association “Ekstraklassa”. Partners in the project are the National Sports Academy; Association – Center for Research Journalism in Skopje, Macedonia (SCOOP); ESSA (Integrity for Sports Betting), Belgium; Centro Universitario Sportivo Palermo, Italy; European Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, France; Play Fair Code, Austria and German Sports University, Germany.