CSCF is a non-profit organization that works to protect sport from negative aspects including manipulations in sport, corruption and fraud. The main activities of the foundation are to provide education and consulting. The aim of the foundation is to encourage respected and experienced experts to share their experiences and raise awareness on sports corruption with athletes, sport officials, law enforcement, governmental officers and judiciary.
CSCF puts great emphasis to find and request only the most respected and experienced experts of the fields of interest. The requested experts are well recognized in area of law enforcement, sport integrity, betting and cyberspace at operational an strategic level. We believe that sports- and the athletes in particular, are vulnerable to the manipulation of sport competitions; they need external assistance to protect themselves. We also believe that law enforcement and governmental officers, prosecutors and judges need to receive adequate awareness on these very specific crimes committed in field of sport.
Our vision is to provide support, knowledge and expertise on combiting sports manipulations, money laundering and the abuse of virtual currencies to stakeholders in the relevant area...
Media Statement – Project Closing Conference: Sports manipulations and criminal activities impacting sport
10 MARCH 2021
“IntegriSport Erasmus+ project (2019-2020) came to an end with its closing event organized by project co-ordination, CSCF Foundation for Sport Integrity, on Wednesday 10th March, on the topic of sports manipulations and criminal activities impacting sports. The event was hosted and opened by the Portuguese EU Presidency and included keynote speeches from the Portuguese Judicial Police, Interpol and interventions by the project partners, including national law enforcement, GLMS, University of Aix-Marseille and EU Athletes”
10 MARCH 2021
Event Co-hosted by: Judicial Police, Portugal, Portuguese Presidency - Council of the EU, CSCF – Counter Sport Corruption Foundation for Sport Integrity
IntegriSport Next Project
Having successfully developed and coordinated the first version of the IntegriSport project (2019-2021) we, the CSCF Foundation for Sport Integrity, are more than happy to announce the continuation of the project with IntegriSport Next (2021-2022). This time IntegriSport Next (2021-2022) will act in six countries Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Malta and Sweden…
In today's #Integriball #Erasmusplus project workshop we discussed the final details of the curriculum that will be used in the training sessions for women and young #football players on sports manipulation (#matchfixing) and other sports integrity issues.
These trainings will be carried out in 2021 in each of the countries of our football associations partners alongside our group of experts and supporting partners: Royal Belgian FA, Cyprus Football Association, Česká fotbalová reprezentace, ΕΛΛΑΣ ΕΘΝΙΚΗ ΟΜΑΔΑ (GREECE NATIONAL TEAM), Malta Football Association - 1900, Global Lottery Monitoring System - GLMS, Universiteit Gent, UEFA
18 December 2020
"We are very proud that our project partner on #Integrisport, #IntegrisportNext & #Integriball , @GLMS_Sport , has officially joined the @MacolinConv_CoE Follow Up Committee as an observer! More information? https://bit.ly/3md6v1x
27 November 2020
Awareness raising seminar organised in the Netherlands
On November 9 and 10 2020, the 7th Awareness Raising Session on the subject of manipulation of sports competitions (match fixing) and other sport criminal offences (corruption, fraud, money laundering and conspiracy) of the IntegriSport Erasmus+ project was held, organised on this occasion by the Ministry of Security and Justice of the Netherlands and coordinated by the CSCF Foundation for Sport Integrity....
"We highly value our cooperation with the @RoyalBelgianFA as one of our partners in #Integriball #ErasmusPlus. Thank you Bob Browaeys for your commitment to protecting the integrity of football. #erasmusplus #matchfixing #grassroots #womensfootball #football #sportintegrity #CSCF"
20 November 2020
IntegriSport is an initiative offered to Judicial and Law Enforcement authorities to develop their awareness of criminal activities endangering sport throughout Europe.
January 2019 - December 2020
IntegriSport Erasmus+ run from January 2019 until December 2020 and aims to catalyze the efficiency of sport-manipulation-related crime investigation and prosecution activities by providing awareness raising on all aspects of the manipulation of sports competitions in Cyprus, Finland, Hungary, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Portugal and Slovakia.
Having successfully developed and coordinated the first version of the IntegriSport project (2019-2021), the IntegriSport Next (2021-2022) will act in six countries Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Malta and Sweden.
January 2021 - December 2022
Being an Erasmus+ program, this second version of the project also has the full support of the European Commission, consolidating itself as an important platform for raising awareness about the damages of sports manipulation (#matchfixing). This is achieved through the consolidation of a comprehensive awareness raising program and operational support to law enforcement agencies (LEA) and judicial authorities (JA) in Europe to face this phenomenon under the same collective.
The Integriball Erasmus+ Project takes on a unique perspective, developing and disseminating a multidisciplinary, comprehensive education programme on protecting grassroots (U16-18) and women football players from sports manipulations.
The project rolls out in Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece and Malta in 2020 – 2021. The CSCF experts and partners will produce guidelines for the athletes, coaches and administration of the federations so that they know how to recognize, fight and talk to the right people about the issues they encounter.