Team Sports and Institutional Partners



The International Ice Hockey Federation supports MESGO because we have experienced the lecturers’ professional approach first-hand, and appreciate the valuable content of the various sessions and presentations, which we will use for our own good-governance discussions.

René Fasel
René Fasel
IIHF President


As MESGO enters its sixth cycle, the European Handball Federation is proud to have supported several candidates through this integral academic step in modern sports management. It is not only the programme’s core theoretical and practical elements – finance, law, media and management – that attract high-level sport administrators and managers to MESGO, it is also the certainty that it is an exemplary education that will boost participants’ future career prospects. As we continue to support the candidates’ success, the European Handball Federation remains a proud partner of the MESGO programme.


Michael Wiederer
EHF President


MESGO is an opportunity for modern sports executives to gain in-depth firsthand experience of the inner workings of professional sports management. Its strength lies in its diversity: people working in different sports come together to learn through sharing and analysing their various experiences. This gives them all an insight into different approaches by different sports in different situations. Educating our people about how to respond to the challenges of modern sport is essential and sport stands to benefit from the MESGO programme.


Andreas Zagklis
FIBA Secretary General


Sport governance has become a topical issue for both the world of sport and for public authorities. A thorough understanding of the issues concerning compliance with international and European law is critical for sports leaders, in particular when it  comes to human rights and EU law. Similarly, governments that offer the most support to sports activities, should be aware of today’s challenges in its global development. EPAS therefore welcomes MESGO’s efforts to promote knowledge on such matters and to build bridges linking the perceptions of state sports authorities with those of sports organisations.

Stanislas Frossard
EPAS Executive Secretary
Directorate of Anti-Discrimination