IWBF Europe

 

IWBF Europe Zone, on behalf of IWBF, promotes, supervises and directs the sport of wheelchair basketball within Europe. It strictly recognises the autonomy of each NOWB within its own territory, while following the policies of IWBF as established by the World Congress and the IWBF Executive Council.

 

IWBF Europe Executive Council

Walter Pfaller, Austria – President | Email: walter.pfaller@iwbf.org
Fernando Zappile, Italy – Vice President
Avi Lehrman, Israel – Treasurer
Regina Costa, Portugal – Classification
Maurice Hammerton, Great Britain – Development
Dirk Cossaer, Belgium – Competition
Tonia Gomez, Spain – Technical
Zarko Tomsic, Slovenia – Member
Petr Tucek, Czech Republic – Europe Secretary General | Email: office@iwbf-europe.org

ZONE MEMBERS

There are currently 34 NOWBs in the IWBF Europe Zone these are:

Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Cyprus
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany

Great Britain
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
The Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal

Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
Ukraine

NEWS

GB U24 women’s team crowned European Champions

The Great Britain U24 women’s squad have delivered an outstanding tournament at the 2018 Women's U24 European Championships in Bordeaux and clearly laid down their world-class credentials on the European stage as they defeated Germany in the final game,...

Germany to meet GB in 2018 Women’s U24 European Championships Final

The second day of the 2018 Women’s U24 European Championships was a copy of the first day with all three teams playing each other again to determine the final standings and the two teams that will play in the final on the third day.The day opened with the...

For more information about IWBF Europe and the NOWB’s please visit their website http://www.iwbf-europe.org/

Upcoming Events

  1. 15th Kitakyushu Champions’ Cup

    November 16 - November 18
  2. Men’s 2018 South America Championship

    December 1 - December 8
  3. 2019 Women’s U25 World Championships

    May 20, 2019 - May 30, 2019
  4. Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games

    August 25, 2020 - September 6, 2020

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