Sport Conventions

Commitments of the member states
T-RV - European Convention on Spectator Violence

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A programme for monitoring compliance with commitments was launched in 1998, aimed at studying how member States are implementing the Convention. Consultative visits are organised to help various countries to implement the policies and programmes required for compliance with the stipulations of the text. Evaluation visits are also organised, leading to publication of evaluation reports. Furthermore, each Party submits an annual report to the Standing Committee on the steps it is taking to implement the provisions of the Convention.

Handbook - procedural guidelines for monitoring visits

For more information about our Compliance with Commitments project, you can consult the Handbook explaining the procedural guidelines of this project.

Reports on compliance with the European Convention on Spectator Violence

Country Profiles

The aim of these country profiles is to present the country as regards the implementation of the European Convention on Spectator Violence and Misbehaviour at Sport Events and in particular at Football Matches (CETS 120). What measures has this country introduced to implement the Convention? What level of safety and security has this country ensured at sport events?

Annual Report

Overview of national reports (Part II - Recent trends) for the period 2011-2012
Overview of national reports (Part II - Recent trends) for the period 2010-2011
Appendix: reply by Slovenia

Overview of national reports (Part II - Recent trends) for the period 2009-2010
Overview of national reports for the period 2006-2007 and 2007-2008
Overview of national reports for the period 2005-2006
Overview of national reports for the period 2003-2004

Consultative visits
Belarus (2014) NEW
Croatia (2014) NEW
Cyprus (2013)
Romania (2012)
Ukraine (2011) and follow up report (2012)
Poland (2010) and follow up report (2012)
Lithuania (2009) and follow up report (2011)
Serbia (2008) and follow up report (2011)
Italy (2007)
Bulgaria (2004) and follow up report (2012)
Azerbaijan (2001) and follow up report (2003)
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (2001) and follow up report (2006)
Turkey (2000) and follow up report (2003)

Evaluation visits

Austria (2005) and follow up report (2011)
Finland (2005) and follow up report (2011)
Switzerland (2005) and follow up report (2011)
Czech Republic (2004) and follow up report (2011)
Poland (2002)
Portugal (1999) and follow up report (2002 – French)
Spain (1997)

Auto-evaluation reports

Italy (2002)