European Universities Games Belgrade 2020


The European Universities Games Belgrade 2020 will be Europe’s largest university sport event of the year, and the secong largest multisport event ever organised in Sebia, after 2009 Summer Universiade. We expect 6,000 participants from Europe’s leading sport universities to compete in more than 20 sports. 


The European Universities Games is a multisport event engaging athletes from European universities, held every two years, hosted in different European university cities. Serbia’s capitol City of Belgrade is hosting the fifth edition of European Universities Games, after Coimbra, Portugal.

The first edition of the Games in 2012 attracted over 2500 participants, representing 154 universities from 32 countries. Rotterdam, The Netherlands hosted the second edition in 2014 witnessed over 2800 participants from 34 countries, representing 174 universities from 34 countries. Third edition of the Games was hosted by Zagreb and Rijeka in Croatia had more than 5400 participants representing 388 universities from 40 countries.


President of EUSA Adam Roczek, vice-rector of University of Belgrade Ivanka Popović and President of University Sport Association of Serbia Siniša Jasnić

Alongside the sport competitions, the Games focus on educational and social aspects of university sport in Europe, featuring conferences and workshops in the topics Anti-Doping, Inclusion, Dual Career, as well as a Rectors Conference. The legacy of the games will be visibly clear as support from many institutions from across Europe and the local community will aid the development of university sports facilities in Belgrade.

Please see our section on the European Universities Games for more information about the past and attributed events.