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FIFA statement on CAS decision relating to Atlético de Madrid

FIFA has taken note on the decision by the The courtroom of Arbitration for Activity (CAS) in the case involving club Atlético de Madrid, who was sanctioned by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee for (the fast link of FIFA 18 Coins)  breaches in relation to the international transfer and also registration of players under the age of 18, as well as regarding other relevant provisions regarding the registration and participation regarding certain players in organized football.

CAS has partially confirmed choosing one rendered by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, which saw the clb Atlético de Madrid sanctioned which has a transfer ban preventing the particular club from registering any kind of players at both country wide and international level for 2 complete and consecutive transport periods. The ban will apply to the next registration period (summer 2017) due to the fact the club Atlético de Madrid has now served part of said ban within the last registration period (when i. e. January 2017). Furthermore, the club Atlético de Madrid may be given a period of 3 months in which to regularise your situation of all minor participants concerned.

CAS has solely amended the fine that this club Atlético de Madrid was ordered to repay to a total volume of CHF 550, 000.

With this decision, FIFA considers that CAS has shown once again clear as well as strong support for FIFA’s efforts to safeguard underage players.

The protection of minors is just about the key pillars of FIFA. Art 2 a) in the FIFA Statutes underlines that one of many objectives of FIFA is always to improve the game of football constantly and promote it globally in the light of its unifying, educational, cultural and humanitarian beliefs, particularly through youth in addition to development programmes. As a result, FIFA has put in position a clear regulatory framework that enables it to guarantee the protection of minors.

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