Recreation → Indoor Activities
Organizations relating to Indoor Activities
European Blackball Association / Coleraine, UK
International Federation of French-Speaking Scrabble / Fleurier, Switzerland / Est. 1978
World Ninepin Bowling Association / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1973
International School Chess Union / Moscow, Russia / Est. 1999
World Draughts Federation / Tallinn, Estonia / Est. 1947
European Pocket Billiard Federation / Brunssum, Netherlands / Est. 1978
Asian Confederation of Billiards Sports / Doha, Qatar / Est. 1984
Pan American Billiards Confederation / Managua, Nicaragua
World Billiards Union / Lokeren, Belgium / Est. 1959
World Puzzle Federation / Est. 1995
European Billiards and Snooker Association / Swansea, UK / Est. 2011
International Braille Chess Association / Greenock, UK / Est. 1958
European Bridge League / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1947
Asian Xiangqi Federation / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1978
World Eightball Pool Federation / Hemel Hempstead, UK / Est. 1992
Confederation of Chess for the Americas / Mexico City, Mexico
European Go Federation / Siljansnäs, Sweden / Est. 1952
World Bridge Federation / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1958
World Chess Federation / Athens, Greece / Est. 1924
Oceania Pocket Billiard Association / Albury, Australia
World Confederation of Billiards Sports / Venon, France / Est. 1992
Asian Carombole Sports Confederation / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1999
Nordic Bridge Union / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1971
Nordic Chess Federation / Lund, Sweden / Est. 1899
International Dart Players Association / Colchester, UK / Est. 1994
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