#BeInclusive EU Sport Awards

The #BeInclusive awards are designed to recognise and reward projects in the field of sport that have helped social inclusion; submit your project for the chance to win a prize of €10,000!

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EU Sport Forum 2017

EU Sport Forum 2017

8-9 March in St. Julian's, Malta

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European Week of Sport

Sport and migrants

Find out what EU sport projects and the world of football are doing for the integration of migrants


Education and training policy


Find out about the EU policies for sport from its role in society to its economic dimension to good governance and sport diplomacy.

Sport policy


Education and training initiatives


Discover what the EU is doing to support, promote and develop sport and physical activity across Europe.



Sport gear

Spare time for sport through Erasmus+

Volunteering is vital to the sport movement. There are many benefits of giving up spare time for sport, such as skills, friendships and for more vulnerable people it can create a stronger sense of belonging. Due to clear links between sport, volunteering and education, there are many schemes that deserve to be supported by Erasmus+ Sport.

Together #WePlayStrong

Commission supports UEFA's Together #WePlayStrong campaign encouraging girls to play football

During the UEFA Women’s Champions League final, UEFA has launched a campaign aimed at changing perceptions of women’s football and encouraging girls to take up or continue playing the game. Although the European Commission was not involved in the design or financing of the campaign, we are very happy to support it, as we share its ultimate goal to see more girls and women active and involved in sport. 

Grassroots sport, Kids playing football

The Council approves the new work plan for sport

The second EU Work Plan for Sport (2014-2017) has come to an end and a new one, based on the Commission's evaluation, has now been approved by the Sport Working Group of the Council.