Possible Cities

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Amsterdam

The ´Amsterdam´ that most people know is the city centre, the semicircle with Central Station at its centre. It corresponds to the old city, as it was around 1850. Many people choose to visit Amsterdam because of its reputation for tolerance, although part of this reputation is attributable to cultural misunderstandings. Depending on your viewpoint some people will consider Amsterdam an unwholesome city whereas other people will find their relaxed attitudes refreshing. Amsterdam is not generally seen as a family destination, but if you avoid the red light district, it is no more objectionable for children than any large city.  

    Lectures

  • Sport as a tool in City Marketing
  • The Amsterdam ArenA
    How to manage a multipurpose stadium
  • The Johan Cruyff University
    The Dutch model of study and elite sport
  • The Dutch Baseball Academy
    A co-operation of the KNBSB with the MLB
  • The Dutch Olympic ambition
  • Organizing mega events in Amsterdam
  • The European Field Hockey League 
  • The development of team handball in The Netherlands
  • The Royal Dutch Gymnastic Federation
  • Marketing & Promotion
  • The economic value of speed skating in The Netherlands
  • The European Competition Rights

    Venues

  • The Amsterdam ArenA, home of Ajax Amsterdam
  • The Bosbaan, Olympic rowing track
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Wagener Stadium, Field Hockey 
 

Barcelona



    Lectures

  • The management and promotion of the Circuit de Catalonia
  • The management of the International Sailing Club
    an Olympic Legacy
  • The Barcelona Olympic Legacy
  • The FC Barcelona Foundation
    I'ts cooperation with Unicef
  • The Euroleague Basketball
    Open or Closed?
  • The organization of the European Championships Athletics
  • The promotion of the Barcelona Open Tennis Tournament
  • The Catalan Center for High Performance in Sports
  • The national Catalan Institute for Physical Education
  • The Center for Olympic Studies
  • Espanyol Soccer Club
    Building a new home

    Venues

  • The F1 racing circuit de Catalunya
  • Nou Camp
  • Palao San Jordi
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Olympic Swimming Pool
  • Barcelona Tennis
  • Espanyol Stadium
  • Olympic Museum
  • The International Sailing Center
  • Golf and Polo Club Barcelona
 

Basel

 Basel means art. Visiting Basel can be a holiday for your vocal cords if you plan to absorb the beautiful art in silence exhibited in the many first-rate museums. Once a year it also hosts ArtBasel which is the world's premier fair for modern classics and contemporary art. Of late Basel has become known as the Manchester of Switzerland, this is due to several comparisons with the UK City. This includes, amongst others, the weather, the multi-cultural make-up, the wide variety of shopping and eating establishments and the surrounding geography.     
 
 

    Lectures

  • Presentation of the IHF,at it's Head Quarters

    Venues

  • FC Basel Stadium

Bruges

    Lectures

  • How Soccer rules the World
  • The Belgium Structure in Sports
    The two language issue

    Venues

  • The new stadium of FC Brugge

Cologne

The distinctive flavour to the city of Cologne is often put down to the inhabitants, or Kölsche, who take an enormous amount of pride in their city. Cologne, like most areas of Germany, has its very own local dialect of German, though this is unlikely to hinder the average sight-seeing tourist, as many of the landmarks of the city have English-speaking guides and information. For those tourists who speak German, and wish to practice it, the citizens have a lot of patience with those getting to grips with the grammatically difficult language. Colognians are a very friendly people; welcoming tourists of all types and with all interests.  

 

    Lectures

  • The Model of School and Sport
  • The Work of the Court of Arbitration in Sport
  • The German Sport University
  • The Marketing of a Bundesliga Soccer Team
    Case – FC Cologne
  • The Management of a professional Team Handball Team
    Case – THG Dormagen

    Venues

  • Rhein Energy Stadium
  • Sport University of Cologne
  • Lanxness Arena

Dublin

    Lectures

  • University College Dublin Center for Sport Studies
  • Shamrock Rovers Soccer Club
  • The Aviva Stadium
    Home of Irish Rugby and Soccer (it´s History, it´s construction, it´s management and future)
  • The Gaellic Athletic Association
    it´s history, it´s structure, it´s management and promotion activities
  • The Croke Stadium Dublin

    Venues

  • AVIVA Stadium
  • Croke Park Stadium
  • The GAA Museum
  • Shamrock Rovers FC

Eindhoven

    Lectures

  • The marketing strategy of PSV
  • Pay TV
    The case “ Eredivisie Live
  • The Center for Top Sport and Education

    Venues

  • PSV Eindhoven Soccer Stadium
  • Pieter van den Hoogenband Swim Stadium

Geneva

    Lecturers 

  • FIBA 
  • UNHCR
    Sport and Refugees 
  • United Nations 

  Venues 

  • FIBA headquarters
  • UNHCR headquarters
  • United Nations headquarters
  • Palais de Nations

Lausanne

Lausanne. the capital of the Swiss canton of Vaud, is a medium sized city (around two thirds the size of Geneva) which sits at the northern most point of Lake Geneva (Lac Léman). The city is the host to the International Olympic Committee and two major universities. It is also the transportation hub of Vaud, and a gateway to the alpine Canton of the Valais, home to some of the best known ski slopes in the world.    
 

 

    Lectures

  • The work of Olympic Solidarity of the IOC
  • The 100 % Anti–Doping Program of the UCI
  • The Marketing and Organization of the PRO Tour of the UCI
  • The Olympic Legacy
    what is it really?

    Venues

  • The Olympic Museum
  • The World Cycling Center in Aigle with the possibility for a practicum

Limerick

    Lectures

  • University of Limerick
  • Rugby in Limerick Munster Rugby Club, Structure and Promotion
  • Golf in Ireland
    a famous tourist attraction
  • Gaellic Football
    a national sport in Ireland

    Venues

  • Thomond Park Stadium
  • The Limerick Golf and Country Club

Liverpool



    Lectures

  • "Finch Farm" Everton FC Youth Academy

    Venues

  • Goodison Park
  • Anfield
  • The Beatles Museum
 

London

    Lectures

  • The bidding for the Olympic Games
  • Volunteering at the games 2012

    Venues

  • Wimbledon
  • Wembley Stadium
  • O2 Arena
  • Possibillity  to other soccer venues
  • Olympic Park 
  • Olympic Village
  • Lords Cricket Grounds
 

Marseille

    Lectures

  • The Modernization of the Velodrome Stadium
  • How to build a new soccer stadium?
  • SMUC Handball
    French Elite Handball in Europe

    Venues

  • Stade Velodrome
  • Youth Academy Olympique Marseille 

Milan

    Venues

  • Monza Racing Circuit
  • The San Siro Stadium
    (home of AC Milan and Inter Milan)

Monaco

    Venues

  • F1 Circuit of Monaco
  • FC Monaco 
  • Monte Carlo tennis club

Munich




    Lectures

  • The FIFA Soccer Development Program
    (at FIFA headquarters)

    Venues

  • The FIFA Soccer Development Program
    (at FIFA headquarters)
 

Paris

Paris is the cosmopolitan capital of France and - with 2.2 million people living in the centre and another 9.9 million people in the suburbs (la banlieue) - is one of the largest cities in Europe. Located in the north of the country on the river Seine, Paris has the reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, brimming with historical associations and remaining vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design. Dubbed the City of Light, it is the most popular tourist destination in the world.
 

 

    Lectures

  • The National Institute for High Performance
    INSEP
  • Talent Development in Basketball
    Paris Levallois
  • The structure of French Sports
  • Rugby in Paris
    Stade Francais

    Venues

  • Paris St. Germain
  • Roland Garros
  • Stade de France
  • Stade de Bercy

Rotterdam

The city was known for having the world's largest harbour, but lost the title in 2004 to Shanghai. It is the second largest city in The Netherlands after Amsterdam, which lies approximately 50 miles (80 kilometres) to the north. The city´s street scenery is characterized by the large presence of people from North Africa, Turkey and the former Dutch colonies of Suriname, The Netherlands Antilles and Indonesia. The people tend to live together harmoniously, despite recent tensions between the native Dutch and Muslim population in The Netherlands.
 

 

    Lectures

  • The Dutch Anti Doping Authority
  • How the city of Rotterdam became the city of sports
  • The organization of the start of the Tour de France 2010
  • The Landstede College Talent Development System
  • The Unicorns
    Regional Talent Development in Baseball
  • The Organization of the WC Gymnastics 2010
  • The organization of the Squash World Championships
  • Ambition 2028
    the road to Olympic Games in the Netherlands
  • The construction of a new soccer stadium

    Venues

  • The Feyenoord stadium

Torino

    Lectures

  • The Management of an Ski Jumping Facility
  • The Management of former Olympic Venues
  • The Management and organization of events in former Olympic Venues
  • The Human Olympic Legacy : Volunteers
  • The bidding and organization of international sport events in Turin

    Venues

  • The Olympic Ski Jumping facility
  • The Olympic Ice Arena
  • He Olympic Stadium (home of Juventus)
  • The Institute for Motion Sciences

Zurich

France might have the real Magic Kingdom, but the true Disneyland of Europe belongs to the Swiss. Switzerland is a natural theme park showcasing three of Europe's most distinct cultures. To the northeast is the beer-drinking, sausage-eating German-speaking Switzerland which is hard to tell from neighboring Swabia (Germany); to the south-west the wine drinking and shopping spills effortlessly into France; in the south-east the sun warms cappuccino-sippers loitering in Italian-style plazas; and in the center: classic Swiss flugelhorns and mountain landscapes. Binding it all together is a distinc Swiss mentality.    

 

    Lectures

  • The FIFA Soccer Development Program

Venues

  • FIFA headquarters

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