Régulation des ligues sportives professionnelles : une approche géographique : Le cas du football européen (1975-2005)

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to answer the following question: to what extent does the market of the professional football clubs trigger a lack of competitive balance? Based on a crossed view between the geography of sports and the sport economics, this research deals with 18 domestic leagues and the European Cups from 1975 to 2005. The results show that, in a context of commercialisation and deregulation of the activity, most of the big market teams strengthen their dominant position on a national as well as on a continental scale. Since sport experience is associated to the preservation of the uncertainty of outcome, such a report raises political issues: Does this phenomenon correspond to a reorganization of the parity which could lead to the creation of a closed league based on the North American model?
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Boris Helleu. Régulation des ligues sportives professionnelles : une approche géographique : Le cas du football européen (1975-2005). Géographie. Université de Rouen, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-01704215⟩

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