European Bridge League (EBL)
Ligue européenne de bridge
1947 Copenhagen Denmark
1947, Copenhagen (Denmark), as successor to International Bridge League – Ligue internationale de bridge, set up in 1933, Scheveningen (Netherlands). New Statutes adopted: Sep 1967; last amended: Jun 2016. Has taken over, Jan 1999, the activities of U-XE2854 - European Union Bridge League (EUBL).
Promote contract bridge in Europe; control contract bridge in Europe played under competitive conditions in affiliated countries; foster friendly relations among national associations in Europe.
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Congress of Delegates; Executive Committee.
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