European Go Federation

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European Go Federation
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Formation1957
TypeSports organization
HeadquartersAmstelveen, Netherlands
Membership
Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom
Official language
English
Websitewww.eurogofed.org
Organizational member of the International Go Federation[1]
Main organizer of the European Go Congress[2]

The European Go Federation (EGF) is a non-profit organization for Go in Europe.

Championships[change | change source]

EGF has been organizing several tournaments including the European Go Congress. They are open to all European players.

  • European Womens Go Championship[3]
  • European Youth Go Championship[4]

Members[change | change source]

Membership is open to the Go-organising body in each country in or near to Europe.[5] EU/NATO membership is not required.

Country Member name
Armenia Armenia Armenian Draughts and Go Federation
Austria Austria Austrian Go Federation (Go Verband Österreich)
Belarus Belarus Belarus Go Federation
Belgium Belgium Belgian Go Federation (Belgische Go Federatie - Fédération Belge de Go)
Bosnia Go Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Go Asocijacija Bosne i Hecegovine)
Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgarian Go Association (Bulgarska Go Asotsiatsija)
Croatia Croatia Croatian Igo Alliance (Hrvatska Igo Udruga)
Cyprus Cyprus Cyprus Go Association (Kypriakos Syndesmos Go)
Czech Republic Czech Republic Czech Go Association (Ceska Asociace Go)
Denmark Denmark Danish Go Association (Dansk Go Forbund)
Finland Finland Finnish Go Association (Suomen Go-liitto ry)
France France French Go Federation (Fédération Française de Go)
Germany Germany German Go Federation (Deutscher Go-Bund)
Georgia (country) Georgia Georgian Go Federation (საქართველოს გო-ს ეროვნული სპორტული ფედერაცია)
Hungary Hungary Hungarian Go Association (Magyar Goszovetseg)
Iceland Iceland Icelandic Go Association (Hið Íslenska Gofélag)
Republic of Ireland Ireland Irish Go Association (Irish Go Association)
Israel Israel Israeli Go Association (Agudat Ha-Go Ha-Yisraelit)
Italy Italy Italian Go Federation (Federazione Italiana Giuoco Go)
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Go Federation (Kazakhstan Go Federation)
Lithuania Lithuania Lithuanian Go Association (Lietuvos Go Asociacija)
Luxembourg Luxembourg Go Club Luxemburg (Le Club de Go du Luxembourg)
Netherlands Netherlands Dutch Go Association (Nederlandse Go Bond)
Norway Norway Norwegian Go Association (Go i Norge)
Poland Poland Polish Go Association (Polskie Stowarzyszenie Go)
Portugal Portugal Portuguese Go Association (Associaçăo Portuguesa de Go)
Romania Romania Romanian Go Federation (Federatia Romana de Go)
Russia Russia Russian Go Federation (Rossiiskaya Federatziaya Go)
Serbia Serbia Serbian Go Federation (Go Savez Srbije)
Slovakia Slovakia Slovak Go Association (Slovenská Asociácia Go)
Slovenia Slovenia Slovenian Go Association (Go Zveza Slovenije)
Spain Spain Spanish Go Association (Asociacion Espanola de Go)
Sweden Sweden Swedish Go Association (Svenska Goförbundet)
Switzerland Switzerland Swiss Go Association (Schweizer Go Verband - Fédération Suisse de Go - Federazione Svizzera di Go)
Turkey Turkey Turkish Go Players' Association (Türkiye Go Oyunculari Dernegi)
Ukraine Ukraine Ukrainian Go Federation (Ukrainska' Federatsiya Go)
United Kingdom United Kingdom British Go Association

EGF Professional players[change | change source]

The European Professional System was established by the European Go Federation in 2014.[6] Only few players who passed the qualification can obtain the EGF professional status.

  • 2014: Pavol Lisy 1P and Ali Jabarin 1P[6]
  • 2015: Mateusz Surma 1P and Ilya Shikshin 1P[7]
  • 2016: Artem Kachanovskyii 1P[8]
  • 2017: Andrii Kravets 1P[9]
  • 2019: Tanguy Le Calvé 1P[10]

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "List of official members of the International Go Federation". Archived from the original on 2012-02-05. Retrieved 2009-08-27.
  2. List of European Go Congresses
  3. European Womens Go Championship at Sensei's Library
  4. European Youth Go Championship at Sensei's Library
  5. EGF Members
  6. 6.0 6.1 "1st European Pro Qualification 2014". 2014. Retrieved 11 January 2015.
  7. "2nd European Pro Qualification 2015". 2015. Retrieved 3 April 2015.
  8. "Artem Kachanovskyii is the 5th EGF Professional". 2016. Retrieved 2 May 2016.
  9. "Andrii Kravets fulfilled his quest". 2017. Retrieved 21 July 2017.
  10. "5th European Pro Qualification 2019". 2019. Retrieved 19 May 2019.

Other websites[change | change source]