Croatian Olympic Academy

The Croatian Olympic Academy (COA) was founded following the decision of the Croatian Olympic Committee Council on 27 June 1996 in compliance with the provisions of the IOC Olympic Charter, that is, with the NOC tasks to promote the basic principles of Olympism at the national level.

The Croatian Olympic Academy acted as a Croatian Olympic Committee body until 2003, when it was registered as a public non-profit institution in accordance with the Croatian Institutions Act.




Croatian Olympic Academy Headquarters:
Trg Kresimira Cosica 11, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Tel: +385 01 3650599
       +385 01 3650553

Zagreb, May 17, 2019 - The 15th International Session for Presidents or Directors of the National Olympic Academies: Olympic Diplomacy and peace - Peace Education as part of Olympic Education was held in ancient Olympia in Greece. In addition to 150 directors from 86 countries from all five continents, the Croatian Olympic Academy (HOA) participated in the Session, represented in a very active role by its Director Saša Ceraj. At the invitation of the President of the International Olympic Academy, isidoros Kouvelos, Ceraj held a lecture on the topic of Building Bridges, not Walls: The Uniting Role of Sports among People and Countries. Ceraj, among other, pointed out:

Trogir, May 18, 2019 - As part of the finals of the World School Championships in Athletics organized by the Croatian School Sports Federation in Trogir, the winners of this year's contest School Sports and Olympic Movement were presented the awards. For the eighth consecutive year, the Croatian School Sports Federation (HŠSS) and the Croatian Olympic Academy (HOA) organized a contest for elementary and high school students, with participation of young authors from educational institutions across Croatia and the topic of this year's contest was Olympic poster.

Bol, May 2, 2019 - In cooperation with the Big Blue Diving Center, the Tourist Board of the City of Bol and the Municipality of Bol, the Croatian Olympic Academy (COA) organized the traditional international action of cleaning the Bols underwater called SUB ECO BOL as part of commemoration of the Olympic Day. This action is conducted based on the guidelines of the International Olympic Committee and its role in stimulating and supporting the environmental concerns, promoting sustainable development in sports and keeping  the Olympics in line with these ideas.