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National Sports Academy “Vassil Levski” is a partner of the 

European Festival of Sport (feSport) project

The feSport Festival will take place from 31 July to 9 August 2024 during the Olympic Games in Paris. The coordinator of the project is the French organization INSEP (National Institute for Sport, Expertise and Performance).

The feSport project is funded by the European Commission and has a duration of one year. One of the main objectives of the festival is to promote the culture, values and advantages of the European Union through sport. Other objectives of the project are to raise awareness of sport as a tool for health and equality, to showcase the sporting culture of the EU partner countries and to enable knowledge exchange between the different countries. In order to realise the project objectives INSEP has brought together nine organisations to jointly deliver the Festival of Sport in the framework of the 2024 Olympic Games, the partners are:

  • Berlin Olympic Centre (Germany)
  • Sport Institute of Ireland (Ireland)
  • Alt Rendiment Barcelona (Spain)
  • Kuortane High-Performance Center (Finland)
  • Swedish Sports Confederation Development Center in Böson (Sweden)
  • Alto Rendimiento do Jamor Center (Portugal)
  • Institut de haut-performance sportive in Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
  • National Sports Academy „Vassil Levski” (Bulgaria)
  • Voralberg Olympic Center (Austria)

The “feSPORT” festival programme is divided into two separate parts, these include daytime activities and night time activities:

The day’s activities will take place in the courtyard of Vincennes Castle, one of the fan zones of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. It is open to all and will include popular and traditional European sporting activities as well as awareness raising workshops. An exhibition of the sports cultures of the project partners will also be organised in the entrance hall of the RER A station in Vincennes. Activities from the National Sports Academy include folk games and dances, which have a strong cultural and emotional character.

The evening activities will take place in spaces designated for each of the partners, Bulgaria will hold its evening event on 4 August 2024 at the Bulgarian Cultural Centre in Paris, which opens its doors to all Bulgarians during the Games. The evening activities are designed to create exchanges between consortium members and other prestigious guests (embassy representatives, sports executives, association presidents, athletes, etc.). The long-term goal is to establish new inter-European collaborations in the field of sport



Национална Спортна Академия “Васил Левски”

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