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01 Июля 2010 Журнал "FIBA Assist Magazine"

Виды спорта: Баскетбол

Рубрики: Спортивная наука, Профессиональный спорт

FIBA Arbitral Tribunal

FIBA Arbitral Tribunal

FIBA Arbitral Tribunal

The last term 2006-2010 witnessed the creation of a new body within the Basketball family. In May 2007, FIBA indeed established a new service for the resolution of disputes that may arise between Players, Coaches, Agents and clubs.

The FIBA Arbitral Tribunal (FAT) was created with the aim of providing all Basketball parties (FIBA, its bodies and national member federations excepted) with a dispute resolution body able to resolve contractual disputes speedily, effectively and inexpensively. The FAT system is entirely built on a voluntarily basis and thus applies only to the parties who have expressed the wish to use it in case of contractual disputes.

After three years of operations, more than 100 cases have been brought to the FAT. This number is in fact rapidly growing and shows the tremendous success of FAT among Players, Agents and clubs.

While the first cases were mostly brought by European parties, recent statistics show that FAT has become truly international demonstrated by the growing number of cases arising from Asia and South America. More and more agents and clubs include an arbitral clause in their contract granting FAT the exclusive competence to resolve their eventual contractual disputes.

This success demonstrates the efficiency of the work done by the FAT Secretariat as well as the external arbitrators appointed to resolve the disputes assigned to them by the FAT President.

A lot of attention has been put in order to ensure the independency of the FAT. Therefore, the role of FIBA only starts once the proceedings are over and the sentence is rendered.

According to the FIBA Internal Regulations, FIBA has the competence to sanction a party that fails to honour a final award of FAT. The sanction can be a monetary fine but can also have more serious implications since FIBA can withdraw the license of a FIBA-Agent who does not respect a FAT Award. Furthermore, clubs can be banned from registering new players or even banned from future participation in international competitions if they fail to honour a FAT award. Finally, Players can be banned from international transfers.

While these sanctions have been used several times since the inception of FAT in 2007, it must be noted that close to 90% of the awards have been honoured by the parties involved without the need for FIBA’s intervention. This figure is very encouraging as it clearly shows that the basketball parties consider FAT awards as sound and legitimate which is the FAT’s primary objective: to provide the world of basketball with a court tailored to the specificities of the sport and more importantly, to provide all parties with a court which applies justice and fairness to contractual disputes in Basketball.

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