Christos Anagnostopoulos is Associate Professor in Sport Management within the Faculty of Business Administration & Social Sciences at Molde University College in Norway, and an Assistant Professor in Sport Business Management within the School of Business & Management at University of Central Lancashire (Cyprus). He holds a PhD from Coventry University and a Master’s by Research in Sport Management and the Business of Football from Birkbeck, University of London. He is an Early Researcher Award holder of the European Association for Sport Management and the Head of Sports Unit at the Athens Institute for Education and Research. Since 2016, he is an active member of the re-established Cypriot Association of Sport Management (KEDA). He is notably interested in governance and corporate social responsibility in and through sport, as well as in the management of team sport organisations. He has presented papers at the European Academy of Management (EURAM), the European Association of Sport Management (EASM), the North American Society of Sport Management (NASSM), the Sport Management Association of Australia & New Zealand (SMAANZ), as well as at the Latin America Sport Management Association (ALGEDE). In 2010, Christos co-authored the first textbook in Greek bibliography that deals explicitly with the organisation and business practice of Greek football. He has also published in all major academic outlets in the field of sport management, such as: Journal of Sport Management; European Sport Management Quarterly; Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal; International Journal of Sport Management & Marketing; International Journal of Sport Marketing & Sponsorship; International Journal of Sport Management, Recreation & Tourism; Soccer & Society. Outside sport-related academic outlets, his work appears in Business Ethics: A European Review; Corporate Governance, and Journal of Brand Management. In addition, chapters of his appear in 'Encyclopedia of Sport Management and Marketing'; 'Football across Europe: An Institutional Perspective'; 'Handbook of Research on Sport and Business'; 'The Handbook of Sport and Corporate Social Responsibility'. He also served as a guest co-editor for two Special Issues: One on the “Governance and Management of CSR in sport” (in 'Corporate Governance'), and the other on the “Positive Organisational Behaviour in sport” (in ‘International Journal of Sport Management & Marketing’). He serves at the Editorial Board of the European Sport Management Quarterly, the Journal of Global Sport Management, Sport Business and Management: An International Journal, and the International Journal of Sport Communication. He consults companies using the powerful characteristics sport entails (e.g., PwC Cyprus). In spring 2017, he was commissioned to write the Code for Good Governance for the National Sports Federations in the Republic of Cyprus.