Italian National Olympic Committee

Italian National Olympic Committee

Italian National Olympic Committee logo

Italian National Olympic Committee logo
Country/Region  Italy
Code ITA
Created 1914
Recognized 1915
Headquarters Rome
President Giovanni Malagò
Secretary General Roberto Fabbricini
Former Italian National Olympic Committee logo
Italia Team logo

The Italian National Olympic Committee (Italian: Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano, CONI), founded in 1914 and a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is responsible for the development and management of sports activity in Italy. Within Italy, CONI recognizes 45 national sports federations, 16 associate sports disciplines, 12 promotional sports organizations, 1 territorial sports organization, and 19 organizations for the betterment of sports. In total 95,000 sports clubs with 11,000,000 members are recognized.[1] Its 2016 annual budget is 412,900,000 euros which is primarily funded by the Italian government.[2]

Member Organizations of CONI

National Sport Federations (FSN)

Associate Sport Disciplines (DSA)

Promotional Organizations

Territorial Organizations

Betterment Organizations


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