Headquarters of European Gymnastics in Lausanne.
|Formation||27 March 1982|
European Gymnastics is one of five continental unions that represents the interests of Europe in the International Gymnastics Federation (French: Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique or FIG). It was formed on 27 March 1982 as the European Union of Gymnastics (French: Union Européenne de Gymnastique or UEG) and adopted its current name on 1 April 2020.
|Discipline||Competition||First held||Current Frequency|
|Artistic gymnastics||European Men's Artistic Gymnastics Championships||1955||Annually|
|European Women's Artistic Gymnastics Championships||1957||Annually|
|Trampoline||European Trampoline Championships||1969||Biennially (even years)|
|Rhythmic gymnastics||Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships||1978||Annually|
|Acrobatic gymnastics||Acrobatic Gymnastics European Championships||1978||Biennially (odd years)|
|TeamGym||European TeamGym Championships||1996||Biennially (even years)|
|Aerobic gymnastics||Aerobic Gymnastics European Championships||1999||Biennially (odd years)|
|Discipline||Competition||First held||Last held|
|Artistic gymnastics||European Cup in Artistic Gymnastics||1988||1995|
|Rhythmic gymnastics||European Cup in Rhythmic Gymnastics||1989||1995|
|Artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics||European Team Gymnastics Championships||1997||2003|
As of 2015[update], European Gymnastics consists of 50 member federations
- "History". European Gymnastics. Retrieved 18 October 2020.
- Rowbottom, Mike (17 November 2019). "UEG to become European Gymnastics from April 2020". InsideTheGames.biz.
- Tota, Elton (24 November 2015). "European Union of Gymnastics accepts Kosovo Gymnastics Association". balkaneu.com. Independent Balkan News Agency.
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