Links - Trampoline Related Organisations

The following organisations may be of interest. Each organisation has a summary page with main contact details when you follow the links below;

International Organisations
FIG logo FIG (Federation International Gymnastique)

Mission Statement: FIG;

  • represents gymnastics in all its forms and affirms its presence and role in the international sports movement.
  • coordinates efforts for healthy physical and moral development in society.
  • supports and coordinates the requirements of the member federations in promoting and developing gymnastics on all levels.
  • contributes to strengthening friendship and fair-play among all gymnasts and sportsmen and sportswomen of all levels.
  • furthers ethical principles
  • informs, prevents and sanctions against doping.
  • instructs, controls and sanctions all dishonest persons (judges, coaches, authorised Members of affiliated federations, etc.).
  • is responsible for coordination with other international organisations and the promotion of the Olympic Spirit.
UEG (The European Union of Gymnastics)

UEG Objectives

  1. Promotion and development of European gymnastics on all levels
    With approximately 10 million organised sportsmen and sportswomen and 46 national member federations, the UEG is one of the largest European sports federations. Especially in Central and Eastern Europe, gymnastics is highly recognised as one of the most important Olympic disciplines. In Western Europe, gymnastics enjoys a high popularity as sport for all. It is the aim of the UEG to promote high-level sports and sport for all in all European member federations so that both can complete and profit from each other.
  2. Promotion of the sport and its disciplines
    The representation and presentation of gymnastics as a modern, dynamic and attractive discipline in constant dialogue with the media and the public.
  3. Setting up and organising professional structures
    Honorary comittments and realisation by professionals characterise the leadership of all sports federations. Our aim is to professionally fulfil the requests and expectations of our members, partners, the media and the public.
  4. Support of the International Federation of Gymnastics through a cooperation based on partnership
    European gymnastics is the „driving force“ of international gymnastics. European gymnasts are leading the world's elite. In Europe, general gymnastics „lives“ from the wide-range offer proposed to all target groups. European gymnastics federations are the „creative department“ necessary for continuous new development in high-level sports and sport for all, which we want to realise together with FIG through common projects.
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The British Olympic Association

"The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well."

National (British) Organisations

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British Gymnastics

Main phone: 0845 1297129 (local rate) or +44 (0) 1952 822300

Mission Statement: To continually assess, review and meet Gymnastic needs and expectations of our Membership by developing strategies and action plans which embrace best value, challenge current thinking, break down barriers and bring about continuous improvement in Opportunities, Facilities and Competitive results.

  • Encouraging more people into gymnastics with British Gymnastics
  • Promoting more gymnastics activity
  • Securing more facilities for gymnastics activity
  • Improving the quality and quantity of coaching and improving the status of gymnastics coaches and judges
  • Improving resources and services to members of British Gymnastics
  • Ensuring that all engaged in competitive gymnastics are aware that they are part of the long term task of raising the International profile of British Gymnastics.

British Gymnastics Regional Sites:

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Eastern region


FIG logo South West
FIG logo West Midlands
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UK Sport

Youth Sport Trust Logo Youth Sport Trust
Main phone: 01509 226600

The Youth Sport Trust is a registered charity established in 1994 by Sir John Beckwith to build a brighter future for young people through sport.

Our mission is to support the education and development of all young people through physical education (PE) and sport.

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BSGA - British Schools Gymnastics Association

The Schools Trampoline Competitions, and support for trampolining in schools, are managed on behalf of the B.S.G.A by a working group of representatives of each geographical Region, a National Schools Secretary (who represents schools on the Trampoline Competitions Committee of British Gymnastics), and a National Schools Co-ordinator. The latter two posts are elected to the Executive of the B.S.G.A each year.


British Universities Sports Association - Trampolining section
Main phone: 020 7633 5080

BUSA is the governing body of university sport. BUSA is responsible for organising the inter-university sports programme nationally and co-ordinating the UK representative teams for the World University Championships and the World University Games.

English Gymnastics Logo English Gymnastics
Welsh Gymnastics Welsh Gymnastics
Main Phone: 029 2043 1240
Scottish Gymnastics Logo Scottish Gymnastics
Main Phone: 01324 886505
Irish Gymnastics Logo

Irish gymnastics
Main Phone: (+353) 01-625-1125

Trampoline Clubs in Ireland

Other Organisations

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Winstrada - The Aesthetic Sports Development Foundation

Winstrada is the initiative for universal training and grading systems for recreational trampolining and gymnastics.

We provide resources for teachers and coaches in order to help provide the safe, structured and progressive development of their pupils.

Blackpool Tiggers Black pool Tiggers
01253 319210 or mobile 07966 067 937
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We provide trampolining and music for autistic children and for young autistic adults.

Blackpool Tiggers started in 2004 as a trampolining group for autistic children. It has expanded to Rossendale, Preston, Lancaster and Fleetwood. Tigger groups are self managed with support from the committee and volunteers. Anyone wanting to begin a Tiggers group in their local area will receive an enthusiastic welcome and support from us including advice on funding, volunteers, training, activities etc. The group is managed by a committee and staffed by volunteers all of who are vetted and given training using our own custom designed courses.


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