This book has the main purpose of fostering entrepreneurship education through the introduction of entrepreneurial competences in the sport sciences curriculum. The analysis of the state of the art of entrepreneurship education showed that: theoretical contributions in entrepreneurship education have been increasing; a very significant share of research on the topic has sought to evaluate the results; the body of knowledge on entrepreneurship education is not consistent. The analysis of entrepreneurial intentions, showed that there is a negative and significant value of subjective norms, the attitudes and the perceived behavioral control are the variables which have more influence and that the model does not vary according to gender and professional experience. Then, the role of undergraduate curriculum on entrepreneurial paths of former students was analyzed. Three distinct profiles emerged: prevalence of undergraduate training, of continuing training, and of family and contact with professional context. A contextualized proposal to introduce entrepreneurial competences in the curriculum of sport sciences is provided.