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Organizations relating to Ball Games

Asia Pacific Tchoukball Federation / Kaohsiung, Taiwan / Est. 1999
North European Table Tennis Union
European Volleyball Confederation / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1973
North-Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation / Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep / Est. 1966
International Volleyball Federation / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1947
Badminton Europe / Brøndby, Denmark / Est. 1967
World Ninepin Bowling Association / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1973
Council of International Lawn Tennis Clubs / London, UK / Est. 1947
6 Nations Committee / Dublin, Ireland / Est. 1910
Confederation of Mediterranean Badminton / Rome, Italy / Est. 1995
Fédération internationale des footballeurs professionnels / Hoofddorp, Netherlands / Est. 1965
Aussie Rules International / Melbourne, Australia / Est. 1995
South American Table Tennis Confederation / Est. 1943
Asian Bowling Federation / Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
ATP World Tour / London, UK / Est. 1990
Little League Baseball / Williamsport PA, USA / Est. 1939
Caribbean Football Union / St Michael, Barbados / Est. 1978
World Tenniquoits Federation / Minsk, Belarus / Est. 2004
International Tennis Federation / London, UK / Est. 1913
European Racquetball Federation / Castlebar, Ireland / Est. 1982
Professional Golfers' Associations of Europe, The / Wishaw, UK / Est. 1990
FIBA Americas / San Juan, Puerto Rico / Est. 1975
Asia Rugby / Hong Kong, Hong Kong / Est. 1968
Cricket West Indies / St John's, Antigua-Barbuda
South East Asia Table Tennis Association / Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia / Est. 1995

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