Management system for tournaments, leagues and competitions
Sport, in its multiple and varied manifestations, has become in our time one of the most deeply rooted social activities and capacity for mobilization and convening.
Sport is constituted as a fundamental element of the educational system and its practice is important in maintaining health and, therefore, it is a corrective factor for social imbalances that contributes to the development of equality among citizens, creates habits that favor social insertion and, likewise, its practice in a team fosters solidarity. All this makes sport as a determining element of the quality of life and the active and participatory use of leisure time in contemporary society.
The importance of sport was included in the set of guiding
principles of social and economic policy that includes the third chapter of title I of the Constitution, which in its article 43.3 states: “The public authorities will promote health education, physical education and the sport. They also encourage the proper use of leisure”.
The response to the constitutional duty to promote sport came,
in the first place, through Law 13/1980, of extraordinary importance at the time and which today must be replaced, not so much because of the time that has elapsed since its publication as because of the demands derived from the guided interpretation of the autonomic process, and by the evolution of the sports phenomenon itself.
The fundamental objective of the new Law is to regulate
the legal framework in which 해외축구중계 practice must take place in the State sphere, rejecting, on the one hand, the easy temptation to assume an excessive public role and, on the other hand, the propensity to abdicate of all responsibility in the organization and rationalization of any sector of collective life. It is not necessary to resort to the discourse on the legal nature of sporting activity, since the practice of sport is free and voluntary and is based on society. The allegation of the mandate, explicit in article 43 of the Constitution and implicit throughout its text, is enough to explain and justify that one of the noblest ways of promoting an activity is to worry about it and its effects, order its development in reasonable terms ,
If the attribution of powers over sport or promotion of sport
is explicit in the different Statutes of Autonomy -and, therefore, this Law does not try to carry out redistribution operations that do not correspond to it-, it is no less true, in the first place, that such an attribution must be strictly connected with the territorial spheres of the respective Autonomous Communities, and secondly, that sport constitutes a matter -to use constitutional terms- on which, without a doubt, several competence titles affect. In this sense, there are several coordinated and cooperative actions between the State Administration and that of the Autonomous Communities for those concurrent competitions that will undoubtedly foster a more dynamic sports policy with multiplier effects.