On 5 September, the European Commission adopted its annual work programme for the implementation of Erasmus+. The document provides detailed information on the objectives, eligibility and award criteria of the different kinds of projects that can be financed under Erasmus+. The annual work programme for Erasmus+ is covering all actions, including the sport chapter.
On 21 September 2016, the European Commission (DG COMP) published five decisions on local support measures, which were not deemed to constitute state aid. One of these decisions, regarding the support of the BLSV Sportcamp Nordbayern in Germany, involves the funding of sport infrastructure.
On 27 September, almost one year after having launched a formal investigation into the International Skating Union (ISU) eligibility rules, the European Commission has decided to send a Statement of Objections to the ISU.