Organizations relating to Ball Games
International Tennis-Volleyball Federation / Est. 2001
Asia Pacific Tchoukball Federation / Est. 1999
North European Table Tennis Union
European Volleyball Confederation / Est. 1972
North-Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation / Est. 1966
International Volleyball Federation / Est. 1947
Caribbean Women's Cricket Federation
Badminton Europe / Est. 1967
European Association of Football Teams Physicians
Asian Amateur Kabaddi Federation / Est. 1978
World Ninepin Bowling Association / Est. 1973
International Committee for Mini-Basketball / Est. 1968
Council of International Lawn Tennis Clubs / Est. 1947
International Softball Federation / Est. 1952
6 Nations Committee / Est. 1910
Confederation of Mediterranean Badminton / Est. 1995
Fédération internationale des footballeurs professionnels / Est. 1965
International Basketball Association
Aussie Rules International / Est. 1995
South American Table Tennis Confederation / Est. 1943
Asian Bowling Federation
World Pioneers' Handball Federation
ATP World Tour / Est. 1990
African Mini-Basketball Commission
Little League Baseball / Est. 1939
World Problems relating to Ball GamesFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to Ball GamesFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Promoting badminton championship tournaments
Developing baseball softball
Organizing hockey competitions
Servicing major squash tournaments
Endorsing table tennis competitions
Developing amateur rugby
Coordinating student korfball
Organizing badminton championships
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