During the EUSA General Assembly that was held in Madrid from 12-14 April, EUSA Executive Committee attributed the next two editions of the European Universities Games. City of Lodz in Poland will organize the Games in 2022 while in 2024 the event will be held in two Hungarian cities - Miskolc and Debrecen.
On April 14 in Madrid, day after the EUSA General Assembly 2018, members of the European University Sports Association had the opportunity to attend the FISU-EUSA Strategic Dialogue event, getting an insight into strategy and vision of FISU and EUSA, main cooperation fields between the two organisations, and good practices in University sport in Europe.
The European University Sports Association (EUSA) concluded its General Assembly 2018 in Madrid, with a spectacular Gala, filled with local cuisine, cultural performances and good university sport company at the Villafranca Campus of the Camilo Jose Cela University on April 13 in Madrid, Spain.
The second day of the European University Sports Association (EUSA) events in Madrid was dedicated to the General Assembly. The Assembly took some important decision and we are happy to announce that European family of University Sport is richer for one more member and we know who will organize the next two editions of the European Universities Games.
Members, partners and friends of the European University Sports Association (EUSA) arrived to Spain for the EUSA General Assembly and accompanying events, held in Madrid, Spain between April 12 and 14, 2018. During the first day, EUSA Seminar was organized, providing an overview of university sport events in 2017, offering participants progress reports for the upcoming European Universities Games in 2018 and 2020 and giving them a chance to hear the candidates for the sixth and seventh edition of the Games in 2022 and 2024.
Announcing Commonwealth Games which will be held on the Gold Coast untill the 15th April International University Sports Association republished an article writen by Mary Parlange from Monash University in Australia about combining top level sport and higher education.
EUSA President Mr Adam Roczek and Secretary General Mr Matjaz Pecovnik met with Prime Minister of Serbia Ms Ana Brnabic and Minister for Youth and Sports Mr Vanja Udovicic on April 5, 2018 in Belgrade. The main topic of the meeting was the preparation of the European Universities Games 2020, which will be organized in Serbia that July.