Where did we come from?

2020

Opening ceremony at the Burgplatz in Düsseldorf

Opening ceremony at the Burgplatz in Düsseldorf

The opening ceremony will be held in the old town on the main square next to the Rhine

2018

New logo published

New logo published

After working with a preliminary logo, we have finalised working on a new logo. The clubs members took a decision and we are happy to work with a logo which represents a city icon: the “Radschläger” – a litte person doing carthweels. We are sure, you will come across our..Read More

2017

EGSLF votes unanimously for Düsseldorf as host of the EuroGames 2020

The Annual General Assembly of the EGLSF voted unanimously for Düsseldorf as host of the EuroGames 2020

Bid Book for EuroGames 2020 published

Bid Book for EuroGames 2020 published

After one year of talks, preparation and working on it, we are happy and proud to present our bid book for 2020! Click here to read our bid book

The state of Northrhine Westfalia supports EuroGames 2020

The state of Northrhine Westfalia supports EuroGames 2020

The parliament of our state voted in favour to support the EuroGames 2020 in Düsseldorf.

2016

Signing of the LOI to bid for EuroGames 2020

Signing of the LOI to bid for EuroGames 2020

The five clubs sign the letter of intent to bid for EuroGames 2020.

City council supports EuroGames 2020 in Düsseldorf

City council supports EuroGames 2020 in Düsseldorf

The city council votes to support the bid and the EuroGames 2020 in Düsseldorfs and grants a substantial financial support.

2015

First meeting

The first meeting took place in Silkes backyard to discuss, if we should give it a try.

2007

First Düssel-Cup

First Düssel-Cup

This is where it all began. The first Düssel-Cup took place and attracted over 500 participants.