1- What does EUSA stands for?


EUSA stands for European University Sports Association.


It is a non-profit, non-governmental association.

As an umbrella association, it acts as the governing body for University Sports in Europe.


To find out more about EUSA Statutes: /en/tools/documents/statutes



2- What are EUSA activities?


The EUSA is pursuing the following objectives:


a. to maintain and develop regular communication between the national federations;

b. to co-ordinate competitions, conferences, mass-sport-events and other activities both at university and national level;

c. to represent university sport in general and the member federations in particular in relation to European organisations;

d. to disseminate throughout Europe the ideals of university sport in close collaboration with the International University Sports Federation (FISU) and other European organisations.


To achieve these objectives, EUSA put in place different events and projects:

Sporting Events: European Universities Championships, European Universities Games, Cups.

Non Sporting events: Symposium, General Assembly, Convention

Other projects: Education (volunteer program, anti-doping initiative), inter-continental cooperation

To find out more, check out the Events page: /en/events/event_calendar

To find out more, check out the Projects page: /en/projects