Sport’s increased professionalism and commercialization with its economic productivity has created the need for policy and regulations in order to control it. In the European Union sport is in principle autonomous but still within the boundaries of the EU Law and the principles of the Single European Market. In the light of the changes that the application of the EU laws have brought, since May 1st 2004 and the effects they have on sport in Cyprus, very little is known about the opinions, knowledge and expectations of Cypriot people involved in sport. This book provides the theoretical background concerning the current European Sport Policy, as well as the opinions, knowledge and expectations of people involved in different areas of Cypriot sport about Cyprus’ integration in the European Union in connection with Cypriot sport as well as the European Sport Policy. The outcomes of this sociological investigation should be very useful to professionals involved in the fields of sport policy and sport administration and management in Cyprus or any other member-state of the European Union and anyone else who wishes to get informed about sport in the context of Europe.