Fair Sport 4 All at SC Cambuur

28 November 2022

Fair Sport 4 All at SC Cambuur

Yesterday on the 27th of September, the first Fair Sport 4 All Workshop was held at the Cambuurstadion, the stadium of the Eredivisie club and recently added EFDN member SC Cambuur. The workshop consisted of a mix of learning tools to teach the SC Cambuur team about the dangers of match-fixing and what to do when they are involved in any way in a match-fixing situation.

The next workshops will be hosted by Club Brugge and NAC Breda as EFDN hopes to continue to educate and spread the message of Fair Sport 4 All. If any club would like to host a workshop, please contact EFDN.


Fair Sport 4 All has developed user-friendly educational tools that can be used by all stakeholders involved in the game, to help:

  • Increase the awareness of players, managers and other stakeholders involved in football, about the different types of corruption, fraud and match-fixing incidents that occur, at different competitive levels of football.
  • Teach coping skills on resisting offers and temptations to engage in match-fixing.
  • Indicate ways to properly report match-fixing incidents to the relevant authorities.

This programme comprises of all-round education, with the key issues of match-fixing at its core. The educational component will help increase the understanding of the rules and risks associated with match-fixing, working with clubs and players and all stakeholders involved in the game. Education is a fundamental part of the Fair Sports 4 All programme, as this will help ensure that all clubs, officials, players and stakeholders are committed to protecting the integrity of the game.


Fair Sport 4 All is a 36-month-programme that aims to raise awareness of the threats of match-fixing, by educating clubs’, players and all stakeholders involved in the game. The main objective of the programme is to ensure that the integrity and values of true sportsmanship are represented, respected, and encouraged by all individuals involved in European football.

To safeguard integrity and reinforce the true values of sportsmanship, the Fair Sport 4 All programme proposes a number of comprehensive components. EFDN will provide guidance and support within the context of social responsibility of clubs, through the creation of the ‘Fair Sport 4 All Handbook’. This handbook features a set of guidelines on how clubs can sustain the integrity of football, which can also be used by leagues, FAs, and all stakeholders operating within football. This handbook will help to educate players on match-fixing, no matter the level they play at.



Fair Sport 4 All

Match-fixing is seen as one of the biggest threats facing modern-day football. It undermines the overall spirit of ...