Special Collection Available Now, Open Access | From Superleague to ISU: How the Court of Justice of the European Union Reshaped/Renewed the Relationship between EU law and Sport

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A hearing of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Grand Chamber (Image courtesy of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Photo Laurent Antonelli )

On 21 December 2023, the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union handed down its judgments in three key sports law cases: International Skating Union v Commission, C-124/21; European Superleague Company, C-333/21; and Royal Antwerp Football Club, C-680/21. Between them, these three cases will shape the application of EU competitional law, the freedom of movement, and Article 165 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union to sport.

The purpose of this collection is to provide critical insight into the ways that these decisions will impact on the governance of sport, players’ contracts, the specificity of sport, and the potential for breakaway or unauthorised competitions to disrupt the European Model of Sport.

Editors

Mark James, Antoine Duval & Shaylla Shabbir

Articles (10 in this collection)

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Accounting for the specificities of sport in EU law: Old and new directions in the 21 December 2023 judgments
Aurélie Villanueva
Published: 15 March 2024

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Requiring good governance from private regulators: what about the rest of us after ESL and ISU?
Johan Lindholm
Published: 10 March 2024

Justifying indirectly discriminatory restrictions: can European football’s home-grown players rules withstand the proportionality test?
Alice Powell, Carol Couse
Published: 04 March 2024

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The impact of the rulings of 21 December 2023 on the structure of EU sports law
Stephen Weatherill
Published: 04 March 2024

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ISU and Superleague judgments: sports governance in the market-driven era
Rusa Agafonova
Published: 04 March 2024

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Down with the politics, up with the law! Reinforcing EU law’s supervision of sport autonomy in Europe
Borja García
Published: 28 February 2024

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Royal Antwerp and home-grown players: re-shaping sports governance and EU sports law and policy
Richard Parrishm, Luka Živić
Published: 28 February 2024

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ISU, Royal Antwerp, European Superleague & employment relations in sport
Leanne O’Leary
Published: 27 February 2024

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How UEFA can react to the Super League ruling
Tsjalle van der Burg
Published: 27 February 2024

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