is active in education and training at the International Football Institute. In this context, he is the programme leader for the Institute Certificate Management in Performance-Based Football. In addition, Fabio Wagner is responsible on the IFI side for the sector-specialised sports management master’s course in football management at the University of Applied Management.
2016 – 2021 Doctoral student at the Institute for Sports Science at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, degree: Dr. phil.
2015 – 2017 Master’s degree in International Sports Management, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Degree: Master of Science
2013 – 2015 Master’s programme for the teaching profession at grammar schools, University of Koblenz – Landau, Degree: Master of Education
2009 – 2013 Bachelor’s degree with focus on teaching at grammar schools, University of Koblenz – Landau, Degree: Bachelor of Education
2011-heute Founder and 1st Chairman of FC Suebia Charlottenhöhe 2011 e.V.
2017-2020 Local coordinator of the international UEFA study programme MESGO in Mainz/Frankfurt
2018-2019 Project collaborator on the impact analysis of Lotto Rhineland-Palatinate’s sports sponsorship
2016-2017 Committee work in the refugee support project “Afro Stars” of the state of Baden-Württemberg
Wagner, F., Schubert, M., Preuss, H., & Könecke, T. (2022). Wettbewerbsintensität in unterschiedlich regulierten Männerfußballligen: Erkenntnisse aus der englischen Premier League und der deutschen Bundesliga. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.
Wagner, F. & Schwab, F. (2022). “The team” and its brand associations – an analysis of the German men’s national football team. In M. Schnitzer, N. Schütte & C. Praxmarer-Kohli (Eds.), 11th Innsbruck Sports Economics & Management Symposium – Book of Abstracts. S. 13-14.
Bohrer, F., Wagner, F. & Schubert, M. (2021). Why do you follow me? Fan needs in the use of Instagram using the example of 1. FSV Mainz 05. Journal of Sports Communication and Media Sport, 6(1-2), 53-71.
Adams, L., Schubert, M., & Wagner, F. (2021). Sports Management degree programmes in Germany. Sciamus – Sport and Management, 12(3), 23-53.
Könecke, T., Schunk, H., Schapel, T., Hugaerts, I., Wagner, F., & Malchrowicz-Mośko, E. (2021). German marathon runners’ opinions on and willingness to pay for environmental sustainability. Sustainability, 13(18), 10337.
Wagner, F. (2021). Sponsorships in football – the attitude of spectators in professional and amateur sectors. In K. Georgiadis (Hrsg.), Olympic Studies, 27th International Seminar on Olympic Studies for Postgraduate Students. Athens (Greece): International Olympic Academy.
Wagner, F., Preuss, H., & Könecke, T. (2021). A Central Element of Europe’s Football Ecosys-tem: Competitive Intensity in the “Big Five”. Sustainability, 13(6), 3097.
Wagner, F., Preuss, H., & Könecke, T. (2020). Measuring competitive intensity in sports leagues. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 10(5), 599-620.
Wagner, F. (2020). Oberseminar Sport Management with integrated promotion of academic writing. Teaching concepts at JGU.
Wagner, F., Preuß, H., & Schu, K. (2020). DFB decides on regional league reform – in optima forma? Sciamus – Sport and Management, 11(1), 22-45.
Runkel, A. & Wagner, F. (2019). Different perceptions of a sponsor in different sports and leagues. In M. Schnitzer, N. Schütte, S. Nessler & M. Kopp (Eds.), 9th Innsbruck Sports Economics & Management Symposium – Book of Abstracts. S. 44-45.
Wagner, F., Preuss, H., & Schu, K. (2019). Reform of the German regional football league for the 2020/21 season. Working Paper Series – Mainzer Papers on Sport Economics & Man-agement, No. 15.
Wagner, F. (2017). Travel motivation of German football fans at the FIFA World Cup 2014, accommodated in the fan camp of the national fan club. In M. Schnitzer, N. Schütte, P. Schlemmer, H. Preuß & M. Kopp (Hrsg.), 7. Innsbrucker Sportökonomie & Management Symposium – Book of Abstracts. S. 29-31.