European Surfing Federation (ESF)
Fédération européenne de surf
Founded 1970, as European Surfing Association. Present name adopted 1978. Constitution adopted at Annual General Meeting, 5 May 1979, Jersey; revised at Annual General Meetings: 21 Nov 1982, London (UK); 31 Oct 1983, Jersey; 8 Dec 1984, Paris (France); 3 Oct 1985, Ireland. New constitution adopted 27 Aug 1989, France; revised at Annual General Meetings: 29 Dec 1991, Portugal; 23 Aug 2000, Jersey.
Establish and maintain a European federation to promote the interests of surfing in all its forms throughout all countries of Europe to which all recognized national surfing associations/bodies concerned with the sport of surf riding, surfing or its related activities may gain affiliation; encourage the formation of national surfing associations/bodies in the individual countries to promote, coordinate and control activities of organized surfing within their own countries.
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