Sports Club for Health is the largest European initiative for the promotion of health in the sports setting. The funded Sports Club for Health projects included 37 institutions from 18 countries (see the table below). The Sports Club for Health movement has also been continuously supported by the European Network for the Promotion of Health-Enhancing Physical Activity (HEPA Europe). The key elements of the Sports Club for Health approach have been summarised in a book of guidelines recognised by the Council of the European Union, European Commission, and World Health Organization.

Partner organisationCountryProject
Athlone Institute of TechnologyIreland2020-22
Catholic University of LeuvenBelgium2015-17; 2020-22
Cultural and Scientific Association of Tourism, Leisure and SportSpain2009-11
Equestrian Federation of FinlandFinland2015-17
Estonian Sport for All AssociationEstonia2009-11
Etelä-Suomen Liikunta ja Urheilu ryFinland2015-17
European Federation for Company Sports (EFCS)France2009-11; 2020-22
European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO)Sweden2009-11; 2015-17; 2020-22
Federation of International Sports, Aerobics and Fitness (FISAF)Czech Republic2009-11
Finnish Gymnastic AssociationFinland2015-17
Finnish Sport Federation (Valo)Finland2015-17
Finnish Sport for All AssociationFinland2009-11
Finnish Swimming AssociationFinland2015-17
Gaelic Athletic AssociationIreland2015-17; 2020-22
German Gymnastics FederationGermany2009-11; 2015-17; 2020-22
Gymnastic FederationBelgium2015-17
Haaga-Helia University of Applied SciencesFinland2009-11
International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA)Denmark2009-11; 2015-17; 2020-22
International Trim and Fitness International Sport for All Association (TAFISA)Germany2009-11
Italian Aerobic and Fitness FederationItaly2009-11
Karl-Franzens University of GrazAustria2020-22
Ministry of Sport and TourismPoland2009-11
National School, University and Leisure Sport FederationHungary2020-22
Örebro UniversitySweden2015-17; 2020-22
Palacky University OlomoucCzech Republic2015-17; 2020-22
Pohjanmaan Liikunta ja Urheilu ryFinland2015-17
Swedish Sports ConfederationSweden2015-17
UKK Institute for Health PromotionFinland2009-11
University of BelgradeSerbia2020-22
University of JyväskyläFinland2009-11; 2015-17; 2020-22
University of LorraineFrance2020-22
University of OxfordUnited Kingdom2009-11
University of TurkuFinland2009-11; 2015-17; 2020-22
University of Zagreb Faculty of KinesiologyCroatia2009-11; 2015-17; 2020-22
Victoria UniversityAustralia2020-22
Vierumäki Sport Institute of FinlandFinland2009-11
Waterford Institute of TechnologyIreland2015-17