Sport organizations



EOC EU Office

The EOC EU Office is the representation of the European Olympic Committees in Brussels to the European institutions. It represents furthermore the interests of the International Olympic Committee and other major sport organisations to the European Institutions. The EOC EU Office's main objective is to monitor and analyse subjects of relevance to sport at European level.

Avenue de Cortenbergh 71 1000 Brussels, Belgium


European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO)

ENGSO presently has 39 national umbrella sports organisations as members. These members represent the national sport in its broadest sense – from children and youth sport, over "sport for all" activities to elite sports.

Avenue de Pierre de Coubertin 1
75013 Paris, France


National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark

The NOC and Sports Confederation of Denmark is handling all sports in Denmark from grassroots level up to selecting the Olympic team for the summer and winter Olympics. The NOC and Sports Confederation is the umbrella organization for 61 national governing bodies, 10.500 sports clubs and 1.7 million members.

Brøndby Stadion 20
2000 Brøndby, Denmark


National Olympic Committee of Croatia

The NOC of Croatia is the highest non-governmental sport organization in the sport system of the Republic of Croatia. In accordance with the Article 49 of the Sports Act (2006), it creates conditions for the development of sports and the Olympic movement in Croatia

Trg Krešimira Ćosića 11
10000 Zagreb, Croatia


Dutch Olympic Committee*Dutch Sports Federation (NOC*NSF)

NOC*NSF is the umbrella body of organized sport in the Netherlands with 96 affiliated members. Most members of NOC*NSF are national sport federations. The NOC*NSF promotes the interests of its members and is also the responsible entity for sending a national team to the Olympic Games and to the Paralympic Games.

PO Box 302
6800 AH Arnhem, Netherlands


Cyprus Olympic Committee (CYPRUS NOC)

Our regular activities are similar to the ones of every national Olympic committee in the world. We participate in games which are under the auspices of the IOC (Olympic Games, Mediterranean Games, Commonwealth Games, Games of Small States of Europe) and our aim is to further promote Olympic Movement in our country either by self-financed projects (national Olympic education program) or by implementing Olympic Solidarity funded programs.

Amfipoleos St. 21 –
PO Box 23931
1687 Nicosia, Cyprus


Estonian Olympic Committee (EOK)

The Estonian Olympic Committee is a non-profit, non-governmental umbrella organization of Estonian sports and Olympic movement. EOK's mission is to protect and develop Estonian sports movement in accordance with the Olympic Charter.

Pirita tee 12
10127 Tallinn, Estonia


Scuola dello Sport - CONI (SdS-CONI)

The School of Sport of CONI, established by the Italian Olympic Committee in 1966, is the structure that works with the task of developing activities and expertise in the field of specialized training to be allocated to the various figures of operating executives in the sports world.

Largo Lauro de Bosis 15
00197 Roma, Italy


Slovak Olympic Committee (SOC)

The mission of SOC is to spread and promote basic principles of the Olympism and in this way to contribute to harmonic development of people and mutual understanding and friendship among nations as well as deepening of their peaceful co-existence. One of the main roles of SOC is to govern, develop and protect the Olympic Movement in Slovakia.

Kukucinova 26
84104 Bratislava, Slovakia