March 13 – Real Madrid are to join an official complaint filed on Friday by prosecutors against Barcelona and two of its ex-presidents over millions of dollars allegedly paid to a company that belonged to the former vice president of Spain’s refereeing committee.
March 9 – Starlizard Integrity Services (SIS) – match-fixing monitoring specialists and the integrity division of London-based sports betting consultancy Starlizard – has launched its new online match-fixing alert system Komodo.
February 24 – Spain’s LaLiga has confirmed that an investigation is underway regarding a possible case of match-fixing during a Copa del Rey match two years ago.
February 2 – Sports betting monitoring specialists Starlizard Integrity Services (SIS) are reporting a slight increase in the number of matches that showed ‘suspicious’ betting activity in 2022.
January 31 – Spanish police have released more detail of 23 arrests, including football players, as part of a probe into suspected match-fixing in lower league football in Spain, Andorra and Gibraltar. There are currently 30 matches under further investigation for fixing.
January 24 – Brazilian authorities have been alerted to attempts to manipulate matches in the Copinha, one of the country’s most important youth tournaments.
January 12 – England’s football association is to investigate reports of spot-fixing surrounding the booking of Oxford United defender Ciaron Brown (pictured right) during the League One side’s 3-0 defeat by Arsenal in the FA Cup on Monday.
December 22 – Brentford striker Ivan Toney has been charged with a further 30 breaches of England’s betting on football regulations that prevents active professional players from wagering on football.
December 20 – French football authorities have sanctioned 76 players, coaches and managers for failing to respect the ban on sports betting during the 2020-2021 season.
December 2 – Another footballer has been questioned by police investigating gambling in sport.
October 21 – A former Reading academy player Kynan Isaac has been handed a ten-year ban for spot fixing in the FA Cup.
August 19 – Argentina’s justice system has opened an investigation into whether sports betting played a role in an Agropecuario player being sent off against Boca Juniors in a cup game this month.
August 12 – The threat of match-fixing is still hanging heavy over football with a new report finding that levels have not been reduced over the past two years and that top tier leagues and international matches are increasingly threatened.
July 6 – The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) is launching a match-fixing investigation into a pair of games that farcically featured no fewer 187 goals, finishing 95-0 and 91-1 respectively – two of the most one-sided margins in the history of the game.