Games history

Milestones in the FISEC history

1946: Foundation of FISEC;
1948: First FISEC Games for boys in Monaco;
1959: First FISEC Games for girls in Leuven (Belgium)
1980: First mixed FISEC Games in Leuven-Mechelen (Belgium) and Milan (Italy);
1998: 50th FISEC Games in Las Palmas, Canary Islands (Spain);
2014: First joined organisation with FICEP in Vienna (Austria).

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FISEC Posters Click for posters from past FISEC Games.

Overview of the FISEC Games from 1948 till 2022

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2022 Klagenfurt (Austria)
2021 Kecskemét (Hungary) – cancelled Covid-19
2020 Duisburg (Germany) – cancelled Covid-19
2019 Bucharest (Romania)
2018 Genk (Belgium)
2017 Lignano Sabbiadoro (Italy)
2016 Beauvais (France)
2015 Bugibba (Malta)
2014 Vienna (Austria)
2013 Kecskemét (Hungary)
2012 Bugibba (Malta)
2011 Lisbon (Portugal)
2010 Tours (France)
2009 Portimão (Portugal)
2008 Saint Paul’s Bay (Malta)
2007 Nyíregyháza (Hungary)
2006 Kecskemét (Hungary)
2005 Madrid (Spain)
2004 Bugibba (Malta)
2003 Salamanca (Spain)
2002 Qawra (Malta)
2001 Nyíregyháza (Hungary)
2000 Nantes (France)
1999 Lisbon (Portugal)
1998 Las Palmas, Gran Canaria (Spain)
1997 Butgenbach (Belgium) Saint-Julians (Malta)
1996 Vienna (Austria) Street (Great Britain)
1995 Bourg-en-Bresse (France) Kecskemét (Hungary)
1994 Tongerlo (Belgium) Avila (Spain)
1993 Street (Great Britain) Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)
1992 Milan (Italy)
1991 Maastricht (Netherlands) Soria (Spain)
1990 Liverpool (Great Britain) Andorra
1989 Street (Great Britain) Liverpool (Great Britain)
1988 Burgos (Spain) Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)
1987 Genk (Belgium) Vienna (Austria)
1986 Maastricht (Netherlands) Caen (France)
1985 La Coruña (Spain)
1984 Ipswich (Great Britain)
1983 Lisbon (Portugal) Dublin (Ireland)
1982 Huelva (Spain)
1981 Rueil-Malmaison (France) Vienna (Austria)
1980 Leuven-Mechelen (Belgium) Milan (Italy)
1979 Burgos (Spain) Tralee (Ireland)
1978 Linz (Austria) Leeds (Great Britain)
1977 Cholet (France) Huelva (Spain)
1976 Brugge (Belgium) Qawra (Malta)
1975 Twickenham (Great Britain) Leuven (Belgium)
1974 Qawra (Malta) Zaragoza (Spain)
1973 Vittel (France) Lisbon (Portugal)
1972 Rome (Italy) Maastricht (Netherlands)
1971 Madrid (Spain) Avignon (France)
1970 Dublin (Ireland)
1969 Leuven (Belgium) Barcelona (Spain) Luxemburg
Maastricht (Netherlands) Metz (France)
1968 Lisbon (Portugal) Rome (Italy)
1967 Strasbourg (France) Leuven (Belgium)
1966 Soignies (Belgium) Madrid (Spain)
1965 Vienna (Austria) Namur (Belgium)
1964 Gerona (Spain) Manchester (Great Britain)
1963 Lisbon (Portugal) Luxemburg
1962 Turnhout (Belgium) Lisbon (Portugal)
1961 Drogheda (Ireland) Strasbourg (France)
1960 San Sebastian (Spain)
1959 Chambéry (France) Leuven (Belgium)
1958 Leuven (Belgium)
1957 Dublin (Ireland)
1956 Lisbon (Portugal)
1955 Trier (Germany)
1954 San Sebastian (Spain)
1953 Oostende (Belgium)
1952 Manchester (Great Britain)
1951 Luxemburg
1950 Chambéry (France) Rome (Italy)
1949 Leuven (Belgium)
1948 Monaco