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世足亞洲區 Ramune Bistrickaite: “Match-fixing is one of the greatest threats to modern football”
Second edition of FIFA Coach Mentorship Programme in focus and we hear from leading Beach Soccer experts
The latest episode of Living Football deals with the partnership between FIFA and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which will be celebrating its two-year anniversary in September.
global integrity programme
Whilst the global FIFA Integrity Programme may have concluded, FIFA and the UNODC are set to continue working together to support the member associations and confederations in improving their ability to prevent, expose and investigate cases of fixing.
“Match-fixing is one of the greatest – if not the greatest – threat to modern football,
， said Ramune Bistrickaite, Integrity Officer at the Lithuanian Football Federation, speaking in the context of the Integrity Programme, which she described as “very relevant… and one that we’d already been waiting on for some time now. It gave us a great opportunity to extend and update our knowledge.，
“FIFA is doing great work. There is a solid set of rules in place, committed executive boards and employees with real passion. In my view though, there’s still room for improvement,” she added, and indeed that is one of the many reasons why FIFA and the UNODC are looking to keep up the fight for fairness in the sport.
In addition to the FIFA/ UNODC partnership, another focus of the current episode of Living Football is the second edition of the FIFA Coach Mentorship Programme that was begun in May 2022. It is one of eight individual programmes within the
FIFA Women’s Football Development Programme
It is no secret that the global pandemic also hit football very hard. The first tournament to be held after the outbreak of COVID-19 was the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup™. Concluding this latest episode, we hear from leading Beach Soccer experts from around the world, who recently met in Zurich. Things are happening around the world on the pitch – and in the sand.，