EuroGames

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The EuroGames are an LGBT sporting event in Europe, hosted by license of the European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation and organised by one or more of the federation's member clubs. Similar to the Gay Games, Eurogames are a sports-for-all-event, open to everyone, irrespective of sex, age, sexual identity or physical ability.

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The EuroGames is a two-day event, the most recent EuroGames were held from 29 June to 2 July 2016 in Helsinki, Finland. The organizing sport club was HOT Helsinki. There were 14 sports on offer and the games attracted 3000 participants, the next EuroGames are planned for Rome in 2019.

History[edit]

Edition Year Location Country Participants from countries # of sports Remarks Other bidders
I 1992 The Hague  Netherlands 300 5 4
II 1993 The Hague  Netherlands 540 8 6
III 1995 Frankfurt  Germany 2,000 13
IV 1996 Berlin  Germany 3,247 18 17
V 1997 Paris  France 2,000 18 17 Brussels, Zurich
1999 Manchester  United Kingdom 0 0 0 Cancelled Cologne
VI 2000 Zurich   Switzerland 4,500 19 Hamburg
VII 2001 Hanover  Germany 1,500 7 Small EuroGames
VIII 2003 Copenhagen  Denmark 2,200 7 Small EuroGames
IX 2004 Munich  Germany 5,050 38 27 Vienna
X 2005 Utrecht  Netherlands 2855 44 9 Small EuroGames
XI 2007 Antwerp  Belgium 3,650 38 11+1 Small EuroGames
XII 2008 Barcelona  Spain >5,000 40 25
XIII 2011 Rotterdam  Netherlands 26
XIV 2012 Budapest  Hungary
XV 2015 Stockholm  Sweden 4,465 71 28 Big EuroGames
XVI 2016 Helsinki  Finland 1400 40 14 EuroGames
XVII 2019 Rome  Italy
XVIII 2020 Düsseldorf  Germany

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