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ECA CMP

The ECA CMP is an executive education programme organised by the European Club Association, and designed for club executives to gain specific knowledge dedicated to all areas of club management.

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The second edition of the ECA CMP started in November 2017 and will run until June 2019. Consisting of six two-day sessions, each dealing with a different topic of club management, the programme is held in some of the most iconic football venues during national team breaks.

Turin, Juventus FC

Leadership & Strategy

DETAILS 1
Bilbao, Athletic Club

Sport Activities

DETAILS 2
London, Chelsea FC

Leadership & Innovation

DETAILS
extra
session
New York Yankees

Business Activities

DETAILS 3
Athens, Olympiacos FC

Community & Communications

DETAILS 4
China

Sport & Innovation

DETAILS
extra
session
Vienna, FK Austria Wien

Club Operations, Legal, Finances & Integrity

DETAILS 5
Stockholm Business School

Club Environment & Governance

DETAILS 6

ACADEMIC
PARTNERSHIP

An academic partnership has been agreed with Stockholm Business School (SBS), Stockholm University. The partnership which supports the “academic” part of the programme will further enhance the quality of the sessions. Moreover, the Stockholm Business School will assist ECA in providing the most suitable speakers to the sessions and the presentations used will be made available to the participants. SBS was already involved in the production of the ECA Club Management Guide and provided a good collaboration, support and experience which further strengthened their relationship with ECA.

CERTIFICATE

A certificate will be delivered jointly by ECA and Stockholm Business School (SBS) to participants who successfully complete the course. Stockholm Business School was selected on the basis of previous experience, common understanding and their neutrality vis-à-vis our Members Clubs. Furthermore, the partnership with the Business School does not impact ECA’s flexibility both with regard to the programme content and the organisation of the CMP as such.

CLUB MANAGEMENT GUIDE

The objective of this publication is to provide an in-depth study of the daily business activities of a football club by sharing various club methods offering to current and future club officials real-life examples from different areas of club management.

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