Founded in 1888,the governing body for sailing clubs and surf clubs in Germany, for 16 state associations sailors and 85 class associations the sailing umbrella association of the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB)
German Equestrian Federation (FN), the Federation for Equestrian and horse breeding.
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Golf Association of Germany
Welcome to the homepage of the Section for outdoor , representing the interests of the outdoor industry within the Federation of German sporting goods industry (BSI) http://www.bsi-sport.de . Members are leading manufacturers and importers of outdoor equipment. Your goal is an adequate representation of the outdoor industry within the sporting goods industry to attain and to support preservation of the environment for sustainable preservation of the environment for future generations.
The German Olympic Sports Confederation ('Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund', DOSB) is the non-governmental umbrella organization of German sport. It was founded on May 20, 2006, resulting from the merger of the German Sports Confederation (DSB) and the National Olympic Committee for Germany.
Handball Federation of Germany
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Founded in 1886 in Berlin, the German Swimming Association (DSV) united under one roof, the swimming associations in the Länder of the Federal Republic of Germany and their members in over 3,000 clubs. Today it has about 600,000 people at different ages, of which 80,000 operate so-called licensee swimming as a competitive sport.
The German Basketball Federation (DBB) prepares the ground for amateurs and professionals. The DBB, an umbrella organization of 16 national associations with around 2,000 organized clubs / departments and more than 190,000 assets, is responsible for all aspects of competitive and recreational sport.
German Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness Federation (GNBF eV).
The German Football Association is the governing body of football in Germany. A founding member of both FIFA and UEFA
The German Badminton Association was founded in January 1953. It includes over his 16-country associations about 217 000 members in 2700 clubs. Since a structural reform in 2004, the DBV is governed by a five-member Executive Committee, chaired by the DBV-President.
The German Volleyball Association (DVV) is the umbrella organization of Volleyball Sports in the Federal Republic of Germany. has its seat in Frankfurt / Main and is registered in the local register of associations. DVV is a member of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB), the European Volleyball Federation (CEV) and the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB).
The Association of German fitness and health company eV - VDF short - was founded on January 12, 1997 in Frankfurt am Main. The VDF has its headquarters since April 2007 in Hamburg. Since the founding of the VDF has grown into a major institution with increasing influence in his sphere of action.
The DSSV was founded in 1984 and is Europe's largest employers' association for the fitness industry.
The Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry Association (BSI) represents the interests of sporting goods manufacturers, importers and wholesalers in Germany vis legislators, market partners and institutions. BSI was founded in 1910 in Frankfurt. He celebrated his 100th birthday on 7th May 2010 at the International Congress Center Dresden together with politicians, professional sports and representatives all over the sporting goods industry. The program can be found at 100 years BSI.
The German Tennis Federation, with nearly 1.5 million members, the largest tennis club in the world. In around 9,400 clubs Tennis enthusiasts will be given throughout the Federal Republic the opportunity to exercise their sport over 47,000 tennis courts.
The Federal Institute for Sport Science (BISp) helps the German elite sport since 1970, to acquire this knowledge.
The German Table Tennis Association (DTTB) was born on 8 Founded in Berlin in November 1925 and is the twelfth-largest German elite sports federation today. Over 600,000 Active play in more than 10,000 clubs table tennis. International is one of the DTTB the largest members of the European Table Tennis Union ( ETTU ) and the International Table Tennis Federation ( ITTF ), the total of over 164 million active one of the world; addition, the number of amateur players and players is estimated at 250 million.
Ice hockey association of Germany
Triathlon association of Germany
Athlete Federation of Germany
German Squash Association ("Deutscher Squash Verband" in German), also known as the DSQV is the governing body of squash federations and clubs in Germany.
Karate federation of Germany
German Gymnastics Federation