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European Olympic Committees

European Olympic Committees
Formation 1968
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Membership 50 National Olympic Committees
Official language English, French
President Patrick Hickey
Vice President Janez Kocijancic

The European Olympic Committees is an organization based in Rome, Italy. Its European membership consists of 50 National Olympic Committees.


  • Member countries 1
  • Events 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

Member countries

In the following table, the year in which the NOC was recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is also given if it is different from the year in which the NOC was created.
Nation Code National Olympic Committee Created Ref.
 Albania ALB Olympic Committee of Albania 1958/1959 [1]
 Andorra AND Andorran Olympic Committee 1971/1975 [2]
 Armenia ARM National Olympic Committee of Armenia 1990/1993 [3]
 Austria AUT Austrian Olympic Committee 1908/1912 [4]
 Azerbaijan AZE National Olympic Committee of the Azerbaijani Republic 1992/1993 [5]
 Belarus BLR National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus 1991/1993 [6]
 Belgium BEL Belgian Olympic and Interfederal Committee 1906 [7]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH Olympic Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992/1993 [8]
 Bulgaria BUL Bulgarian Olympic Committee 1923/1924 [9]
 Croatia CRO Croatian Olympic Committee 1991/1993 [10]
 Cyprus CYP The Cyprus National Olympic Committee 1974/1978 [11]
 Czech Republic CZE Czech Olympic Committee 1899/1993 [12]
 Denmark DEN National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark 1905 [13]
 Estonia EST Estonian Olympic Committee 1923/1991 [14]
 Finland FIN Finnish Olympic Committee 1907 [15]
 France FRA French Olympic Committee 1894 [16]
 Georgia GEO Georgian National Olympic Committee 1989/1993 [17]
 Germany GER Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund 1895 [18]
 Great Britain GBR British Olympic Association 1905 [19]
 Greece GRE Comité Olympique Hellénique 1894/1895 [20]
 Hungary HUN Hungarian Olympic Committee 1895 [21]
 Iceland ISL National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland 1921/1935 [22]
 Ireland IRL Olympic Council of Ireland 1922 [23]
 Israel[1] ISR Olympic Committee of Israel 1933/1952 [24]
 Italy ITA Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano 1908/1915 [25]
 Kosovo KOS Olympic Committee of Kosovo 1992/2014 [26]
 Latvia LAT Latvian Olympic Committee 1922/1991 [27]
 Liechtenstein LIE Liechtensteinischer Olympischer Sportverband 1935 [28]
 Lithuania LTU National Olympic Committee of Lithuania 1924/1991 [29]
 Luxembourg LUX Comité Olympique et Sportif Luxembourgeois 1912 [30]
 Macedonia MKD Macedonian Olympic Committee 1992/1993 [31]
 Malta MLT Kumitat Olimpiku Malti 1928/1936 [32]
 Moldova MDA National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Moldova 1991/1993 [33]
 Monaco MON Comité Olympique Monégasque 1907/1953 [34]
 Montenegro MNE Montenegrin Olympic Committee 2006/2007 [35]
 Netherlands NED Nederlands Olympisch Comité * Nederlandse Sport Federatie 1912 [36]
 Norway NOR Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports 1900 [37]
 Poland POL Polish Olympic Committee 1918/1919 [38]
 Portugal POR Comité Olímpico de Portugal 1909 [39]
 Romania ROU Comitetul Olimpic și Sportiv Român 1914 [40]
 Russia RUS Russian Olympic Committee 1989/1993 [41]
 San Marino SMR Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Sammarinese 1959 [42]
 Serbia SRB Olympic Committee of Serbia 1911[2]/1912 [43]
 Slovakia SVK Slovak Olympic Committee 1992/1993 [44]
 Slovenia SLO Olimpijski Komite Slovenije 1991/1993 [45]
 Spain ESP Comité Olímpico Español 1912 [46]
 Sweden SWE Swedish Olympic Committee 1913 [47]
  Switzerland SUI Swiss Olympic Association 1912 [48]
 Turkey TUR National Olympic Committee of Turkey 1908/1911 [49]
 Ukraine UKR National Olympic Committee of Ukraine 1990/1993 [50]


See also


  1. ^ Israel is a full member of the EOC since 1994. Until 1981 it was a member of the Asian Games Federation (a predecessor of Olympic Council of Asia).
  2. ^ The Olympic Committee of Serbia was founded in 1911, as a successor to the Serbian Olympic Club (source).

External links

  • Official EOC website
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