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The European Federation for Company Sports since 1962. O bjectives. to strengthen human and cultural contacts across national borders to stimulate general health through company sports. EFCS Organisation. Head office in Paris with Didier Besseyre, President

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The European Federation forCompany Sportssince 1962


  • to strengthen human and cultural contacts across national borders

  • to stimulate general health through company sports

EFCS Organisation

  • Head office in Paris with Didier Besseyre, President

  • Secretariat in Frankfurt with Musa Lami, General Secretary


Seven major units :

  • General Assembly

  • Executive Committee

  • Marketing Management

  • Sport Management

  • Health Management

  • Sponsor Management

  • Council of General Secretaries

Member countries:

  • Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine

  • These 25 member countries totalize approximately 6.500.000 individual members

Goal of all EFCS initiatives

The strengthening of human and cultural contacts across national borders through sports

EFCS Core values

  • Health

  • Togetherness

  • Well-being

  • Sociability

  • Equality

European Company Sport Games

  • Every year, EFCS organizes European Company Sport Games (ECSG) for the benefit of the member countries and their respective member organisations: winter games in the even years, summer games in the odd years

  • In addition to the actual sports activities, new developments in the field of (company) sports can be presented during the ECSG

European Company Sport Games

  • The ECSG provide the framework for a social and cultural program in which participants and visitors come to acquire a better understanding of the unique features of the host countries and their inhabitants.

  • It is also an interesting platform and opportunity for company leaders to meet in a relaxed, sporty atmosphere.

European Company Sport Games

  • The summer games in Clermont-Ferrand and Aalborg attracted both times 5.500 athletes from all around Europe.

European Company Sport Games

  • The next summer games will be held in in Rovinj, Croatia in 2009. Expected number of athletes: 5.000.

European Company Sport Games

  • Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic, hosted the 2006 winter sport games. 700 participants enjoyed the competitions.


Sport Management (SM)

  • SM examines facilities and infrastructure in the countries applying to host the European Company Sport Games

  • SM nominates the applicants in order of priority

  • Verifies the accordance of the disciplines specified in the festival manuals


Sport Management (SM)

  • Evaluates the festivals

  • Establishes rules for obtaining the EFCS label

ECSG held to date


1990 Innsbruck, Austria

1992 Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (canc.)

1994 Albertville, France

1996 Bled, Slovenia

1998 Lillehammer, Norway

2000 Val di Fiemme, Italy

2002 Kajaani-Vuokatti, Finland

2004 Jaca, Spain

2006 Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Rep.


1977 Eindhoven, Netherlands

1979 Göteborg, Sweden

1981 Hamburg, Germany

1983 Caister, Great Britain

1985 Middelfart, Denmark

1987 Vienna, Austria

1989 Rovinj, Yugoslavia

1991 Norrköbing, Sweden

1993 Berlin, Germany

1995 Zaragoza, Spain

1997 Trondheim, Norway

1999 Trentino, Italy

2001 Riga, Latvia

2003 Salzburg, Austria

2005 Clermont-Ferrand, France

2007 Aalborg, Denmark

Coming ECSG


2009 Rovinj, Croatia

2011 Hamburg, Germany


2008 Gastein, Austria

2010 Tignes, France

EFCSlabeled events

Under the patronage of the EFCS it is possible for the member countries to arrange tournaments in different sport disciplines


- maximum 3 sport disciplines can be organised during the same tournament

- the organisation must be approved by the EFCS executive committee

- 5,5 EUR per participant is paid to the EFCS

- the organizer has the right to use the EFCS logo and banner


  • Prague Barrel Football Tournament


  • Football – tennis – volleyball tournament in Eindhoven

EFCS offers

  • Contacts with 25 national company sport federations

  • Direct contact with thousands of athletes during the european company sport games

  • Indirect contact with hundreds of companies sending athletes to the games


  • Newsletter

  • Website

  • Booklet

  • Leaflet

  • Flyer

  • Bulletins ECSG

  • Publications on EFCS labeled events

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