Integrity Programme


E-learning delivered by Sportradar as a follow up to week of nine workshops

The Gibraltar FA has launched its integrity e-learning module which will need to be completed by all members of its First Division Teams. The Workshops should be accessed by the following link:

The mandatory module is be available both in English and Spanish and will need to completed within a month. The e-learning makes up the final component of the Integrity Programme, which started with week of workshops hosted between 20th and 25th April and which was attended by players all of last season's First Division teams, match officials and other local authorities.

Speaking about the e-learning module, Gibraltar FA General Secretary, Dennis Beiso, said: “There can be no short cuts and no assumptions when it comes to match-fixing and integrity. We, our stakeholders, as well as all the fans need to be sure that the game is honest and that all the participants, whether players or officials understand the threat and know what to do when faced with it. The feedback the participants in the workshops [delivered in April 2015] gave was overwhelmingly positive and I am confident we are moving the needle on awareness raising as well as values reinforcement.”

Sportradar’s Managing Director Security Services Andreas Krannich added: “In April, we saw a fantastic and engaged turnout at our nine workshops. In May, we saw the Gibraltar FA promote the ‘Guarding Gibraltar’s Game’ campaign at The Rock Cup Final. Now they have embraced the need for the e-learning component of the Integrity Programme and we look forward to receiving and processing the data derived from those e-learning modules. We are proud to stand alongside them in their commitment to safeguarding Gibraltar’s footballing present and future.”



Sportradar is a global leader in understanding and leveraging the power of sports data and digital content for its clients around the world. The company’s Security Services operation provides the Fraud Detection System (FDS) to several federations, including the AFC, CONCACAF and UEFA. This unique system allows the Security Services team to monitor betting behaviour and patterns worldwide and to identify suspicious activities. Those findings prove invaluable for sports federations and law enforcement agencies that are looking to pinpoint match-fixers. The Security Services also include the Fraud Prevention Service (FPS) through which Sportradar offers education tools and services that have been delivered to leagues and clubs around the world. These have been show to increase awareness of illegal betting and match-fixing among those involved in sport.

More than 600 businesses in over 80 countries rely on Sportradar’s data depth and quality services in their daily business. Headquartered in Switzerland, Sportradar has offices in more than 25 locations around the world and employs over 1,000 highly experienced staff worldwide.

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