Court of Arbitration for Sport

Schiedsgericht des Sports n
Unabhängiges Schiedsgericht bei Streitigkeiten im Bereich des Sports, beispielsweise zwischen der FIFA, den FIFA-Mitgliedsverbänden, den Konföderationen, Ligen, Vereinen, Spielern, Offiziellen, lizenzierten Spielvermittlern und Spielervermittlern, mit Sitz in Lausanne.
Syn. Court of Arbitration for Sport m FIFA, CAS m FIFA Abk., TAS n UEFA Abk.
Court of Arbitration for Sport
Independent court of arbitration with headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, whose purpose is to resolve disputes in sports-related matters, especially between FIFA, FIFA member associations, confederations, leagues, clubs, players, officials and licensed match agents and players' agents.
Syn. CAS abbr.

German-english football dictionary. 2013.

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