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 107 Provinces and 19 Regions, it endorses 47 National Sports Federations, 16 Associated Disciplines, 14 National Sports Promotional Bodies, and 19 Meritorious Associations.
These organisations represent around 120,000 sports clubs and a total of around 12 million members (Source:CONI).
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