Partners

The people and organizations who create the project.

Co-founded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
  • Lietuvos sporto Federaciju Sajunga

    Lithuanian Union of Sports Federations (LUSF) are association of national sport federations in Lithuania. LUSF was founded in 1996 and it’s the biggest non-governmental sport organization in Lithuania, which unite 73 different sport federations and represent them on regional and national level.

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  • Fundación Sevilla futbol club

    Seville Football Club Foundation aims to integrate the company with the promotion and development of sports activity and transmit the values ​​of Seville FC through these sports activities and other social and cultural activities, engaging in current issues affecting the society (immigrants integration, marginal groups, lower echelons, with NGOs involvement, etc).

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  • Greater Manchester basketball club

    Greater Manchester Community Basketball was formed in the late 1990s with the express objective of giving children of all ages and backgrounds the chance to better themselves through basketball. A charity and non-profit organisation, it has achieved enormous success with its community and elite programmes. Perhaps better known as the Manchester Magic and Manchester Mystics, it has developed dozens of elite players and won more than 80 national titles at senior and junior level. Many Magic and Mystics players have won international honours, while a growing number continue to pursue their basketball and academic careers in the prestigious United States college system.

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  • Federación Andaluza de Natación

    The Andalusian Swimming Federation (FAN) is a private non-for-profit sport organization with associative character. It was founded in 1992 with the aim of promoting, managing and coordinating Swimming in any of its manifestations and variants all along the territory of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia.

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  • Olympic Comitee of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    The National Olympic Committee Bosnia and Herzegovina (OC BiH) was founded on June 4th 1992. After the founding and the appearance of sportsmen and sportswomen of our country in the Barcelona Olympics in 1992, we received an official recognition from the International Olympic Committee (IOC), which made its decision at the session of the Executive Committee in Monaco, on September 24th 1993.

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