International University Sports Federation
Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire (FISU)
Federación Internacional del Deporte Universitario
1949 Merano Italy
1949, Merano (Italy). Statutes modified: 1967, Tokyo (Japan); 1975, Rome (Italy); 1977, Sofia (Bulgaria); 1979, Mexico City (Mexico); 1981, Bucharest (Romania); 1983, Edmonton (Canada); 1987, Zagreb; 1989, Duisburg (Germany FR); 1995, Fukuoka (Japan); 2001, Beijing (China); 2003, Daegu (Korea Rep); 2005, Izmir (Turkey). Previously registered in accordance with Belgian law; since 2011, registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Provide opportunity for all students to participate in physical activity while acting for the health and wellbeing of students and thereby helping them to become tomorrow's leaders.
Events2023-08-08 | Ekaterinburg, Russia – Summer Universiade Conference
2023-01-12 | Lake Placid, NY USA – Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference
2021-08-08 | Chengdu, China – Summer Universiade Conference
2021-01-21 | Lucerne, Switzerland – Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference
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