Italian National Olympic Committee
The Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI), by authority of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), provides discipline, regulation and management of national sports activities. Coni is a public entity responsible for the organisation and strengthening of national sports and the promotion of maximum proliferation of sport.
Following the recent regulatory amendments of Decree Law No. 15 of 8 January 2004, CONI forms the Confederation of Sports Federations and Associated Disciplines. Permanently established on 9 and 10 June 1914 in Rome, today CONI has a presence in 102 Provinces and 19 Regions, it endorses 45 National Sports Federations, 19 Associated Disciplines, 14 National Sports Promotional Bodies and 1 local, and 20 Meritorious Associations.
These organisations represent around 95,000 sports clubs and a total of around 11 million members (Source: Istat and Censis).
Piazza Lauro de Bosis, 15
00135 - Rome
Phone +39 06 3685 1