The trial of four men accused of fixing more than 30 football matches in several European countries has opened in Germany.
Several other men are expected to be charged in what has been called the biggest fraud scandal ever in the European game.
In total, nearly 300 matches in 15 European countries are alleged to have been affected.
The four men were arrested in November 2009 when German police made a total of 15 arrests.
More than 70 of the games under suspicion were played in Turkey.
Germany and Switzerland also feature among the 15 countries affected.
Many of the matches that were allegedly fixed were played in the lower divisions, but it is believed that at least three were in the Champions League. One of the people accused is a professional footballer.