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Study on Public Transparency of the UEFA Champions League Group Stage Soccer Clubs

Study on Public Transparency of the UEFA Champions League Group Stage Soccer Clubs

Dyntra has launched a study that evaluates the level of Transparency of the Soccer Teams participating in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage Competition 2018-2019.

A study on the Public Transparency of Soccer Clubs participating in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage Competition 2018-2019 has been launched, which will consist of the evaluation of the level of transparency of these through the Dyntra methodology and a specific index for these organisations called Dyntra UEFA Champions League Group Stage Soccer Clubs. The dynamic index analyses the transparency of the soccer clubs through 92 indicators grouped into four differentiated groups: Institutional Transparency, Communication and Relationship with the Fans and the Public, Economic and Financial Transparency, and Transparency in the Contracting of Services.

 

The study evaluates the 32 soccer clubs, covering all the Clubs present in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League Competition 2018-2019:

 

The results of the evaluation will be published in the last week of May 2019 through a Ranking that will position these Clubs according to the percentage obtained after their evaluation through the UEFA Champions League Soccer Clubs Index.

 

This study comes after launching the Dyntra LaLiga 1st and 2nd Division Soccer Clubs – https://www.dyntra.org/en/transparency-indices/soccer-sports-clubs/ – where the 3 most transparent clubs are Osasuna, Real Madrid and Cádiz.
Here are some press release related to this launch:
The Dyntra Platform is open to participation, both from the evaluated entities and from any Civil Society organisation, so that you can access the evaluations whenever you wish and add the indicators you deem appropriate.
You can access the evaluation through the registration page as an entity. Once registered, you can update the data you deem necessary whenever you want in order to keep the information updated, both before and after the publication. After the update, the evaluation goes through a verification process to verify that the information of the links corresponds to that of the indicators, and the new updated evaluation is published. I send you a link to the user manual where the process is detailed, which as you will see is quite simple:

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