EUSA 2023-24 Magazine published

EUSA 2023-24 Magazine published

The European University Sports Association (EUSA) has published the annual edition of its magazine – the European University Sports Association Year Magazine 2023-24, recapping the European Universities Championships 2023 and reflecting on other events and projects.

The publication gives a comprehensive overview of the EUSA flagship event, as well as other activities throughout the year, as the organization continued the work actively with various events and initiatives.
In this edition of the magazine, you will be able to find the welcome address by the EUSA President, current information on the structure of EUSA, including its member associations, associated members, Executive Committee, the Commissions, and the Secretariat.

The major part of the content focuses on the record season of the European Universities Championships 2023, which for the very first time included also the European Universities Winter Championships.  Apart from the general information and key statistics, all 16 championships are presented.


The content of the magazine also includes reports on several events, conventions and meetings organized by EUSA over the past 12 months, witnessing the association maintaining open communication and dialogue with all its members throughout the whole year.

Other key meetings and educational events of the year are reported as well, featuring also highlights of events held under the EUSA patronage.

Focus is also then given to the EUSA Awards, recognising the achievements of individuals, universities, and associations in European sport, over the previous year, with an EUSA Awards Ceremony and Gala.

A chapter of the magazine is dedicated to EUSA’s numerous projects which showcase the association’s work in the topics of, among others, Equal Opportunities, Fair Play, and Dual Careers, while the EUSA Volunteer Programme, University Sport Exhibition, EUSA Club of Donors and the International Day of University Sport (IDUS) are also covered.

EUSA is a proud partner in projects and initiatives run or endorsed by the European institutions, agencies, and other partner organizations, receiving support by the European Union, Council of Europe and other institutional bodies, so an overview of these projects was introduced as well.

Special attention has been given to the report of the European Week of Sport, which was held under the #BeActive slogan, promoting sport and physical activity throughout Europe as well as to the Healthy Lifestyle for All campaign.

Other EU-funded projects where EUSA is a lead or partner have also been introduced, including the projects Inclusion in Sport (iSport), European Solidarity Corps (ESC), Erasmus+ Internship, Brand Value Alignment through Dual Career (BRAVA), Green Sports Hub Europe (GSHE), Youth Integrity Ambassador Program (YIAP), Future Volunteers – Key to Success in Generation Z (K2S-GENZ), (Uni)ted forces to support the education of (Uni)versity sport comm(Uni)ty (Uni4S), Micro Learning Entrepreneurship for Athletes (MLEA), Innovating Football Leadership: Inclusion through Policy and Practice (iFlipp), Enhancing sport organisations and management (ESOM), the Italian Civil Service as well as the overview for the newly granted projects.

The magazine also offers an overview of the most visible events and achievements of the EUSA members and partners, including the International University Sports Federation (FISU), Continental university sports bodies of Africa, Americas, Asia and Oceania, as well as the other EUSA partners and allies, including the European Commission, Council of Europe, European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO) & ENGSO Youth, and the European Fair Play Movement (EFPM), European Athlete as Student (EAS) network and the European Handball Federation (EHF).

The last chapter is devoted to the future programme, where the readers will be able to read and stay tuned with the latest information about the European Universities Games in Debrecen – Miskolc, the European Universities Championships in 2025 as well as the European Universities Games in Salerno to be held in 2026.

EUSA Magazine is a free publication, supported by the International University Sport Federation (FISU) and co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Printed editions will be made available to all EUSA member federations and partners. The digital version of the EUSA magazine can be read and/or downloaded online. For possibilities of obtaining additional printed copies, please contact the EUSA Office.  

The digital version of the EUSA magazine can be read and/or downloaded online. For possibilities of obtaining additional printed copies, please contact the EUSA Office.  



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