Italian National Olympic Committee

Italian National Olympic Committee
Italian National Olympic Committee
Italian National Olympic Committee logo
Italian National Olympic Committee logo
National Olympic Committee
Country  Italy
Code ITA
Created 1908
Recognized 1915
Continental
Association
EOC
President Mr Gianni Petrucci
Secretary General Mr Raffaele Pagnozzi
Website http://www.coni.it
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The Italian National Olympic Committee (Italian: Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano, CONI), founded in 1914 and a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is responsible for the development and management of sports activity in Italy. Within Italy, CONI recognizes 45 national sports federations, 16 associate sports disciplines, 12 promotional sports organizations, 1 territorial sports organization, and 19 organizations for the betterment of sports. In total 95,000 sports clubs with 11,000,000 members are recognized.[1] Its 2009 annual budget is 446,640,000 euros which is primarily funded by the Italian government.[2]

Contents

Member Organizations of CONI

National Sport Federations (FSN)

The CONI Headquarter in Rome
  • Aviation Club of Italy (Italian: Aero Club d'Italia (AeCI))
  • Automobile Club of Italy (Italian: Automobile Club d'Italia (ACI))
  • Italian Association Football Federation (FIGC - Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio)
  • Italian Athletics Federation (FIDAL - Federazione Italiana d'Atletica Leggera)
  • Italian Badminton Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Badminton (FIBa))
  • Italian Baseball and Softball Federation (FIBS - Federazione Italiana Baseball Softball)
  • Italian Bocce Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Bocce (FIB))
  • Federazione Italiana Danza Sportiva (FIDS)
  • Federazione Italiana Discipline Armi Sportive da Caccia (FIDASC)
  • Federazione Italiana Canoa Kayak (FICK)
  • Italian Rowing Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Canottaggio (FIC))
  • Italian Cycling Federation (Italian: Federazione Ciclistica Italiana (FCI))
  • Federazione Italiana Cronometristi (FICr)
  • Italian Gymnastics Federation (Italian: Federazione Ginnastica d'Italia (FGdI))
  • Italian Golf Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Golf (FIG))
  • Italian Handball Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Giuoco Handball (FIGH))
  • Italian Squash Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Giuoco Squash (FIGS))
  • Italian Hockey Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Hockey (FIH))
  • Italian Hockey and Skating Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Hockey E Pattinaggio (FIHP))
  • Federazione Italiana Judo Lotta Karate Arti Marziali (FIJLKAM)
  • Italian Sports Medical Federation (Italian: Federazione Medico Sportiva Italiana (FMSI))
  • Italian Motorcycle Federation (Italian: Federazione Motociclistica Italiana (FMI))
  • Federazione Italiana Motonautica (FIM)
  • Italian Swimming Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Nuoto (FIN))
  • Italian Basketball Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro (FIP))
  • Italian Volleyball Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Pallavolo (FIPAV))
  • Federazione Italiana Pentathlon Moderno (FIPM)
  • Federazione Italiana Pesca Sportiva E Attività Subacquee (FIPSAS)
  • Federazione Italiana Pesistica e Cultura Fisica (FIPCF)
  • Italian Boxing Federation (Italian: Federazione Pugilistica Italiana (FPI))
  • Italian Rugby union Federation (FIR - Federazione Italiana Rugby)
  • Italian Fencing Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Scherma (FIS))
  • Federazione Italiana Sci Nautico (FISN)
  • Federazione Italiana Sport del Ghiaccio (FISG)
  • Italian Paralympic Committee (Italian: Comitato Italiano Paralimpico (CIP))
  • Italian Equestrian Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri (FISE))
  • Italian Winter Sports Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Sport Invernali) (FISI)
  • Italian Taekwondo Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Taekwondo (FITA))
  • Italian Tennis Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Tennis (FIT))
  • Italian Table Tennis Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Tennistavolo (FITET))
  • Unione Italiana Tiro a Segno (UITS)
  • Federazione Italiana Tiro a Volo (FITAV)
  • Federazione Italiana Tiro con L'Arco (FITARCO)
  • Italian Triathlon Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Triathlon (FITRI))
  • Italian Sailing Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Vela (FIV))

Associate Sport Disciplines (DSA)

  • Italian Rock Climbing Federation (Italian: Federazione Arrampicata Sportiva Italiana (FASI))
  • Italian Billiards Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Biliardo Sportivo (FIBiS))
  • Italian Bowling Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Sport Bowling (FISB))
  • Italian Bridge Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Gioco Bridge (FIGB))
  • Italian Cricket Federation (Italian: Federazione Cricket Italiana (FCrI))
  • Italian Checker Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Dama (FID))
  • Federazione Italiana Giochi e Sport Tradizionali (FIGEST)
  • Federazione Itailana Sport Orientamento (FISO)
  • Federazione Italiana Palla Tamburello (FIPT)
  • Federazione Italiana Pallapugno (FIPAP)
  • Italian Chess Federation (Italian: Federazione Scacchistica Italiana (FSI))
  • Federazione Italiana Canottaggio Sedile Fisso (FICSF)
  • Federazione Italiana Wushu-Kung Fu (FIWuK)
  • Italian Kickboxing Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Kickboxing (FIKB))
  • Italian Twirling Federation (Italian: Federazione Italiana Twirling (FITw))
  • Federazione Italiana Turismo Equestre Trec - Ante (FITETREC-ANTE)

Promotional Organizations

  • Association of Culture, Sport and Leisure Time (Italian: Associazione di cultura, sport e tempo libero (A.C.S.I.))
  • Alleanza Sportiva Italiana (A.S.I.)
  • Centro Nazionale Sportivo Libertas (C.N.S. Libertas)
  • Centro Sportivo Educativo Nazionale (C.S.E.N.)
  • Centro Universitario Sportivo Italiano (C.U.S.I.)
  • Movimento Sport Azzurro Italia (MSP Italia)
  • Unione Sportiva ACLI (U.S.ACLI)
  • Associazione Italiana Cultura Sport (A.I.C.S.)
  • Centri Sportivi Aziendali Industriali (C.S.A.IN.)
  • Centro Sportivo Italiano (C.S.I.)
  • Ente Nazionale Democratico di Azione Sociale (E.N.D.A.S.)
  • Polisportive Giovanili Salesiane (P.G.S.)
  • Unione Italiana Sport Per tutti (U.I.S.P.)

Territorial Organizations

  • Sport Padania

Betterment Organizations

  • Associazione Medaglie d'Oro al Valore Atletico (A.M.O.V.A.)
  • Associazione Nazionale Atleti Olimpici e Azzurri d'Italia (A.N.A.O.A.I.)
  • Associazione Nazionale Promozione Sportiva nelle Comunità (A.N.P.S.C.)
  • Italian National Olympic Academy (Italian: Accademia Olimpica Nazionale Italiana (A.O.N.I.))
  • Association of CONI Pensioners (Italian: Associazione Pensionati CONI (A.Pe.C.))
  • Collegio Nazionale Professori Educazione Fisica e Sportiva (CONAPEFS)
  • Italian Sports Committee Against Drugs (Italiano: Comitato Italiano Sport Contro Droga (C.I.S.D.))
  • Italian Committee for Fair Play (Italian: Comitato Nazionale Italiano per il Fair Play (C.N.I.F.P.))
  • Federazione Italiana Dirigenti Sportivi (F.I.DI.S.)
  • Federazione Italiana Educatori Fisici e Sportivi (F.I.E.F.S.)
  • Unione Nazionale Veterani dello Sport (U.N.V.S.)
  • Italian Sports Press Union (Italian: Unione Stampa Sportiva Italiana (U.S.S.I.))
  • Unione Italiana Collezionisti Olimpici e Sportivi (U.I.C.O.S.)
  • Associazione Nazionale Stelle al Merito Sportivo (A.N.S.M.E.S.)
  • Federazione Italiana Sportiva Istituti Attività Educative (F.I.S.I.A.E.)
  • Società per la Consulenenza e per l'Assistenza nell'Impiantistica Sportiva (S.C.A.I.S.)
  • Special Olympics Italia (S.O.I.)
  • Unione Nazionale Associazione Sportive Centenarie d'Italia (U.N.A.S.C.I.)
  • Centro di Studi per l'Educazione Fisica e l'Attività Sportiva (CE.S.E.F.A.S.)

Presidents

  • Carlo Compans de Brichanteau (1914–1920)
  • Carlo Montù (1920–1921)
  • Francesco Mauro (1921–1923)
  • Aldo Finzi (1923–1925)
  • Lando Ferretti (1925–1928)
  • Augusto Turati (1928–1930)
  • Icilio Bacci (1930–1931)
  • Leandro Arpinati (1931–1933)
  • Achille Starace (1933–1939)
  • Rino Parenti (1939–1940)
  • Raffaele Manganiello (1940–1943)
  • Alberto Bonacossa (1943)
  • Ettore Rossi (1943–1944)
  • Puccio Pucci (1944)
  • Giulio Onesti (1944–1978)
  • Franco Carraro (1978–1987)
  • Arrigo Gattai (1987–1993)
  • Mario Pescante (1993–1998)
  • Bruno Grandi (1998–1999)
  • Giovanni Petrucci (1999 - current)

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