24th European Company Sport Games- Bordeaux,France
The European Company Sport Games are a recreational sporting event in which employees compete against each other during the course of four days.
The first edition of the European Company Sport Games took place in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The event is organized every two years and has grown into a happening with an average of 5.000 employees from more than 20 countries, 23 different sports, with Olympic-inspired opening and closing ceremonies.
Bordeaux, France, listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, will host the 24th edition of the ECSG, from June 14th to 18th 2023.
This great celebration of company sport is open to all employees, from all companies, at any level of practice.
The games offer 37 competing disciplines and, for the first time, leisure activities open for non-competitors, in order to actively participate in the event! The total number of participants is expected to reach 10.000 persons!
Every structure, multinational, self-employed, SME or local authority, will find activities adapted to their expectations that will enable them to share unforgettable moments.
The age category applying for most sport disciplines is 18+, while for some others is 40+.
LEISURE & DISCOVERY
|Bicycle Tourism||Nordic’s Walk||Hiking||Sport-Health Activities (pilates, fitness, stretching, aquagym, Zumba)|
|Athletics (100m – 200m – 400m – 800m – 1500m – 5000m – Shot put – Javelin – Long jump – High jump – 4x100m)||Bowling||Chess||Handball||Rugby 7||Triathlon|
|Table Football||Bridge||Darts||Mini Golf||Squash||Sailing|
|Badminton||Off Stage Race||5- a side- Football||Swimming|| Tennis||Volleyball|
|Basketball||Orienteering||7- a side- Football||Paddel||Table Tennis|
|3×3 Basketball||Cycling||11- a side- Football||Basque Pelota|| Archery|
|Beach Volley||Dragon Boat||Golf||
|Athletics||Wheel Chair Basketball||Off Stage Race||Swimming|
Specific classifications for people with disabilities will be organized in athletics, swimming and for off-stadium running and wheelchair basketball.
Many other disciplines are accessible for people with disabilities, but they will not give rise to specific rankings.
Volleyball, Tennis, Rugby, Basketball, Off Stage Race, Athletics, Squash, Petanque, Swimming, Golf, Football 5/7/11, Chess, Bridge, Bowling, Beach Volley, Badminton
Shooting, Archery, Tennis, Handball, Basketball, Beach Volley
Sailing, Dragon Boat
Villenar d’ Ornon, Pessac, Beychac-et-Caillau, Saint Sulpice-et-Cameyrac
The rich heritage of Bordeaux and its surroundings will seduce and satisfy the most curious visitor.
With several major modern and historical sites dedicated to sport, Bordeaux and its conurbation offer a large choice of sporting activities.
The density and diversity of sports facilities, coupled with the know-how and experience of the voluntary sector, supported by the city, make Bordeaux the scene of numerous mass or high-level sporting gatherings every year.
Bordeaux marathon, ATP tennis tournament championship and international jumping are organized every year. Hosting of the European Football Championships in 2016, the Rugby World Cup in 2023 and football matches during the Paris 2024 Olympics bear witness to the region’s sporting appeal.
World’s wine capital
With its 65 Protected Designations of Origin, the Gironde is the largest wine-growing department in France and its wines are the dream of wine lovers all over the world. The Cité du Vin, 4th most visited museum in France outside Île-de-France, is a unique place for both its spectacular architecture and its cultural offer.
The city center, only accessible by tramway and bicycles, facilitates travel from one district to another with, always as a common thread, the Garonne river. The Miroir d’eau, largest mirror in the world, is facing the famous façade and amazes with its beautiful mist show.
The city of Bordeaux, its metropolis and the region of which it is the capital are filled with magical stages to discover. From the discovery of the Atlantic Ocean to the visit of the largest vineyards in the region via the visit of museums and UNESCO World Heritage sites.
180 € per person * including:
- Participation in one sports discipline and off-stage race
- Free and unlimited use of public transportation
- Access to daily events at Hangar 14 (concerts, dance evenings, etc.)
- Free entry to the opening and closing ceremonies
- Welcome package
- Access to the partner village
- Interactive mobile application
- A HOCSH representative escorting the Greek Delegation
- Welcome Reception for the Greek Delegation
* Surcharge for the following disciplines: Golf (+40 €) – Sailing (+50€) – Oenology (+100€)
Accompanying person cost: 100 €
Registrations are open until 31/1/23.
Meals (lunch & dinner) are not included in the registration fee, but will be able to be booked online soon.
While there are plenty of places for food, drink and entertainment, most of the participants will gather at HANGAR 14, where the opening and closing ceremony, dance evenings and live concerts will take place. The restaurant will offer dinner at the special price of 20€.
►Special travel & tourism packages are offered for HOCSH members. Book your spot at (0030) 210 7232909 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the duration of the Games, participants will be able to use the entire Bordeaux Métropole public transport network free of charge. Most venues are within 5 min walking distance from tram or bus stops, while for the golf venues, special shuttles are prepared. This objective is important for our organization, which we want to be as eco-responsible as possible.
For detailed info, you may visit https://ecsgbordeaux2023.fr/en/
Looking forward to join the Games!