A European police investigation says that World Cup and European Championship qualification matches are among those that have been fixed.
European police authorities today said that a Champions League game played in England is among 380 matches subject to suspected match-fixing.
Europol are revealing details of their investigation into European match-fixing at a press conference in The Netherlands.
Investigators have not revealed the identity of the English Champions League game that they believe to be corrupt.
Italian police investigating a football match-fixing scandal have placed Juventus manager Antonio Conte under investigation and arrested the Lazio captain Stefano Mauri and former Genoa midfielder Omar Milanetto, authorities said this morning.
A police statement said five people had also been arrested in Hungary on suspicion of being part of an illegal international betting ring headed by Singaporean gambling identity Tan Seet Eng, who was arrested in December.
Police in the northern city of Cremona said they had made 19 arrests and were investigating Conte, fresh from his triumph in leading Juventus to the Italian Serie A championship for the first time since the club was relegated in 2006 in an earlier match-fixing scandal.