Tafisa World Congress

TAFISA WORLD CONGRESSES ARE THE PINNACLE OF THE GLOBAL SPORT FOR ALL MOVEMENT CALENDAR, AND A FLAGSHIP EVENT FOR TAFISA.


THE CONGRESSES ARE A VIBRANT, DYNAMIC AND INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE TYPICALLY BRINGING AROUND 500 PARTICIPANTS FROM MORE THAN 100 COUNTRIES TOGETHER TO DISCUSS, DEBATE AND EXPERIENCE THE LATEST THE SPORT FOR ALL MOVEMENT HAS TO OFFER, AND DETERMINE ITS FUTURE DIRECTION.

World Congress

 

The 28th TAFISA World Congress

will be held from 30 October to 5 November 2023 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
 
It will be organised by the German Olympic Sports Confederation, North-Rhine Westphalia State Sports Federation, and North-Rhine Westphalia State Government.

 

World Congress


The 27th TAFISA World Congress was held on 8-12 June 2022 in Portoroz, Slovenia, under the theme "Sport for All in a Changing World". The Congress welcomed 318 participants from 54 countries. Learn more on the official website: https://tafisa-slovenia2022.si/

TAFISA World Congresses are open to all Sport for All organisations and enthusiasts, TAFISA Members and non-members alike. The TAFISA General Assembly, at which TAFISA National Members set the agenda for TAFISA, forms part of the World Congress.

 

 

 

HOSTING A TAFISA WORLD CONGRESS

Bidding for the 30th TAFISA World Congress 2027 is now open!

If you are interested to learn more about hosting the event, please contact us or download the TAFISA Events Bid Book and send us your expression of interest using the template Expression of Interest Letter.


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Trim and Fitness (the predecessor to TAFISA) Conferences began in Oslo, Norway, in 1969 and took place every two years. TAFISA World Congresses commenced in 1991 and hosts include:

Bordeaux – France 1991 Taipei – Chinese Taipei2009
Chiba – Japan 1993 Antalya – Turkey 2011
Netanya – Israel 1995 Enschede – Netherlands 2013
Penang – Malaysia 1997 Budapest – Hungary 2015
Limassol – Cyprus 1999 Seoul – Korea 2017
Cape Town – S. Africa 2001 Tokyo – Japan 2019
Munich - Germany 2003 Portorož – Slovenia 2021
Warsaw – Poland 2005 Düsseldorf - Germany 2023
Buenos Aires – Argentina 2007 Prague - Czech Republic2025