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World Sports Peace Project
German Sports University, Cologne
Israeli Sports Authority
Israeli Ministry of Culture and Sport
The Football Association
Irish Football Association
EU Partnership for Peace Grant, ‘Playing for Peace: Strengthening Community Relations through Football’, ENPI/2009/227-857. Partners in the action: University of Brighton and German Sports University, Cologne. 2010-2012: Total funding, circa £450,000, University of Brighton allocation, circa £75,000.
UEFA research grant. 2013-2014, Dr. Mark Doidge, University of Brighton allocation, circa €19,000.