The power of sport as a transformative tool is particular important for people with disabilities: sport teaches that disability should not be seen as a limit.
In sport and in life it’s important to be totally present physically and mentally because mind and body are closely related to each other, as several scientific studies have shown.
On February 24th in 1883, 18 men decided to establish the ”Wiener Cyclisten – Club”. Today, we want to raise our glasses with our friends: happy birthday!
Organised yearly, the EU Sport Forum is ‘the place to be’ in European sport and the main platform for dialogue between the European Commission and sport stakeholders. This edition will be held in Sofia, on the occasion of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
After months of cooperative work, the day has finally arrived: the Erasmus+ Project You’reHope, realised by Olympiacos SFP, with the cooperation of Levski SC and Aab has officially started.
The fifth edition of the Erasmus+ Sport InfoDay organised by the European Commission and EACEA took place yesterday in Brussels.
The cooperation among our Multisport Clubs grows strong and our General Assembly in Brussels was an authentic success
The story of a great man, a great sportsman, who lived his life in the name of sport, before dying Auschwitz in 1944.
Our partners are meeting for an institutional dinner next 29th January, starting organising ideas regarding our future EMCA steps. Then, the day after, they will attend the Erasmus+ Sport InfoDay organised by EACEA
Through the Olympic Truce, Sport has the power to promote peace, tolerance and understanding by uniting people together across boundaries, cultures, religions and despite conflicts across the world.