UEFA has signed a cooperation agreement with the Polish Anti-Doping Agency.
Under the agreement, the organisations will coordinate their anti-doping programme and testing activities, and exchange information and intelligence considered useful in planning doping tests. This also includes the building up of players' biological passports.
The Polish agency is the 17th organisation with which UEFA has signed such an agreement, strengthening UEFA's efforts to create a network of coordination and information sharing across Europe.
This collaboration includes coordination around the out-of-competition doping tests in the period leading up to UEFA EURO 2016 in France this summer. Poland's national team has qualified for the tournament.
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