European Week of Sport 2017

From 23-30 September, the European Week of Sport will span 32 countries and get millions of Europeans to get involved in physical activity.

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#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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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.



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Sport + adult education = health and inclusion

When sport and adult education are combined, great results can be achieved. Erasmus+ projects are studying and testing this combination with refugees, prisoners, mentally handicapped people and senior citizens.

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Celebrating the power of sport

Sport is fun, exciting and brings people together. It is based on fairness and respect - playing a vital role not only in individual health and fitness, but in shaping our wider European society. Erasmus+ sport supports young athletes and promotes social inclusion - and there are new funding opportunities lining up!

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Sport: a small but very active part of Erasmus+

Sport might not be the best-known part of the Erasmus+ programme, but it is a very dynamic one. Since 2014, almost 400 grants have been awarded in priority areas for Erasmus+ Sport. The programme supports various activities such as collaborative partnerships - including on a small scale since 2016 - and European not-for-profit sport events.