Erasmus+: Results for Sport Project Call 2018 Published

Erasmus+: Results for Sport Project Call 2018 Published

On 24 September 2018, the results for the Erasmus+ sport projects call for proposals 2018 under the Erasmus+ Programme, were published.

Overall, 197 projects have been selected for funding from 509 eligible applications submitted. The EOC EU Office would like to especially congratulate its successful partners: The European Volleyball Confederation (CEV), the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) and the European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO) were all successful with their projects applications.

Erasmus+ Sport 2018 budget

In 2018, 37.4 million € were allocated to sport projects in the following three Key Actions: not-for-profit European sport events small collaborative partnerships, and collaborative partnerships. The latter are organised according to four main groups of priorities: HEPA and European Week of Sport events, Dual Career and volunteering, Combat doping and match-fixing – good governance, and Social inclusion and combat violence, racism and discrimination.

Key Actions and group of priorities

From the three main actions described above, the 2018 successful applicants included 8 not-for-profit European Sport Events (2 of them supporting the European Week of Sport), 119 small collaborative partnerships, and 69 collaborative partnerships including 16 projects dealing with HEPA and the European Week of Sport, 19 projects on Dual career and volunteering, 13 projects addressing anti-doping and match-fixing as well as good governance, and 21 projects on social inclusion and combat violence, racism and discrimination.

The successful 2018 Erasmus+ Sport projects will start their implementation period from January 2019.

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