European Games Baku 2015

European Games (EG) - multi-sports competition of athletes from countries whose National Olympic Committees are members of the European Olympic Committees (EOC), including the Croatian Olympic Committee – were established on December 8th 2012, at the 41st Session of the EOC in Rome, and the Games will be held every four years, in the pre-Olympic year.

The city that hosted the first, historical EG Baku 2015, held from June 12th to June 28th 2015, was Baku (Azerbaijan).

Thee program of the Games, attended by six thousand competitors, comprised 22 sports disciplines: athletics, badminton, cycling (cycling BMX, cycling road, cycling mountain bike), boxing, gymnastics (acrobatic, aerobic, artistic, rhythmic, trampoline), wrestling (freestyle and Greco-Roman), judo, canoe sprint (still water), karate, basketball (3x3), fencing, soccer, volleyball (indoor and beach volleyball), swimming, synchronized swimming, diving, table tennis, archery, shooting, taekwondo, triathlon and water polo.

European Games Minsk 2019

The second European Games will be held in Minsk (Belarus) from June 21 to June 30, 2019. There will be more than 4000 athletes from 50 countries competing for 200 sets of medals in 15 sports. The competition in nine sports (athletics, badminton, cycling, boxing, judo, karate, table tennis, archery and shooting) will also represent qualifying standard for Tokyo Olympics 2020. European Games 2019 will also have the status of the European Championships in Badminton, Boxing and Judo. Croatia will participate at the multi-sports Games in Minsk with a total of 46 male and female athletes (31 + 15) in 12 sports.


Brochure - EG Minsk 2019.


Minsk - Athletes