Online or offline, #EverythingCounts for European Basketball Week 2020!
Discover how we celebrated European Football Week 2020 with the unique digital Faces of Football hub!
The next Special Olympics World Winter Games will take place in Kazan, Russia in 2022.

Special Olympics in Europe and Eurasia encompasses a diverse range of cultures, languages and customs. From Iceland to Israel, from Portugal to Siberia, Russia, Special Olympics athletes and supporters are dedicated to promoting respect, inclusion and human dignity for people with intellectual disabilities through sports.

Stories from Europe/Eurasia
Two players going for the ball on the basketball court going for the ball.
European Basketball Week 2019 (#EBW2019)—now in its 16th year—takes place from 23 November to 1 December on courts across Europe!
Italian football star David Trezeguet and Unified partner Gerald Mballe celebrating with the other athletes and refugees at the end of the match.
Former Juventus stars David Trezeguet and Alessandro Del Piero showed their support for the athletes of Special Olympics and our work with refugees by joining recent Special Olympics European Football Week activities!
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Special Olympics Bosnia and Herzegovina athlete Njegoš Mihajlović on the podium of the 400m race at the Abu Dhabi World Games 2019
Njegoš Mihajlović, athlete leader and Special Olympics medallist has become the first person with intellectual disabilities to enrol in a University in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Humans bookcover and listing on The New York Times Best Sellers list and image of three athletes on the right.
Three Special Olympics athletes are featured in the recently released New York Times Best Seller Humans.
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Three finalist logos side by side.
As the second and final stage of the Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022 logo contest kicks off, three ideas proposed by the first stage winners will be used as blueprints to create the final emblem.
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Bruno Barth on the basketball court with a Play Unified long sleep blue shirt on talking to the camera.
The Special Olympics Switzerland Challenge is a new multilingual website and activity hub where athletes can participate in digital training sessions and competitions, no matter where in the world they are!
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Below you'll find resources for Special Olympics Europe-Eurasia (SOEE) region and programs.
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