ECSG 2017 Ghent


  • EFCS purpose and activities are today clearly related to a need expressed as well by employees and employers. Whether it is for social issues, management, corporate culture, networking, productivity or health, the positive impact of physical activity within the workplace is now recognized. Employees’ well-being and performance: two arguments that resonate with employees and key decision makers. Company sport is much more than sport!

    Mr Didier BESSEYRE - President World (WFCS) and European Federation for Company Sport (EFCS)
  • Skills, behaviors and principles applied in the sport area can be adapted to the business and company area. All organizations that contributes to gather companies and sport federations to develop sport and physical activity for all are welcomed.

    Mr Thomas BACH - President International Olympic Committee (IOC)
  • Regular physical activity brings the citizen and the employee better life quality, well-being and health. Sport and companies have close relationships and have to work together. It’s a win-win situation, everyone benefits.

    Mr Tibor NAVRACSICS - European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport
  • I firmly believe in company sport because of its numerous positive assets. However, do not forget the non-active workers! Even though they may be inactive, many of them are convinced that sport practice on the workfloor is beneficial both for workers and employers. Company sport is a win-win situation.

    Mrs Marianne THYSSEN - European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility

Lastest news

#BeActive Workplace Focusday - Austrian National European Week of Sport Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Experiences, Best Practice and Networking was the Focus of the #BeActive Workplace Day in Austria on 21st of september 2016. 


The national company sport coordinators visit Ghent with only 9 months to go to the opening ceremony of the European Company Sport Games Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Excited, enthusiastic, satisfied, overwhelmed. No other words can describe better the feeling amongst the coordinators after their visit on 16 and 17 September to some of the sport sites and hotels that will be used during next year’s 21th edition of the Summer Games in Ghent. 


Looking forward to the 2017 games in Ghent? Monday, August 15, 2016

Exiting, that is the least you can say isn’t it? Slowly but steadily the tension accompanying the build-up to an event of the dimensions of the European Company Sport Games, is increasing, without any doubt amongst the EFCS member federations and not in the least amongst the 2017 games organizers.