European Pocket Billiard Federation

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European Pocket Billiard Federation
AbbreviationEPBF
FormationNovember 1978 (1978-11)
HeadquartersBrunssum, Netherlands
Region
Europe
Official language
English[1]
President
Netherlands Gre Leenders[2]
AffiliationsWorld Pool-Billiard Association
Websitewww.epbf.com

The European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) is the European governing body for pocket billiards. EPBF is the European regional affiliate member of the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA).

The federation holds the European Championships since 1980.[3] and Euro Tour events since 1992.[4][5]

EPBF members[edit]

Map of WPA member countries (EPBF members in blue).

National affiliate members of EPBF as of January 2018:[6][7]

 Albania
 Austria
 Belarus
 Belgium
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Bulgaria
 Croatia
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic
 Denmark

 Estonia
 Finland
 France
 Georgia[note 1]
 Germany
 Great Britain
 Greece
 Hungary
 Italy
 Latvia

 Liechtenstein
 Lithuania
 Luxembourg
 Netherlands
 Northern Cyprus
 Norway
 Poland
 Portugal
 Romania[note 1]

 Russia
 Serbia
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
 Spain
 Sweden
  Switzerland
 Turkey
 Ukraine

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Membership unknown due to conflicting reliable sources as of July 2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statuten" (PDF). European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF). 2017. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-07-04.
  2. ^ https://www.epbf.com/about/organisation/
  3. ^ "Previous Events – Dynamic Billard European Championships". europeanpoolchampionships.eu.
  4. ^ "Dynamic Billard Eurotour – Sanctioned by EPBF and organized by IBP". europeanpocketbilliardfederation.com.
  5. ^ "Womens Eurotour – Sanctioned by EPBF and organized by IBP". europeanpocketbilliardfederation.com.
  6. ^ "About WPA: Our Members". wpapool.com: The Official Website for the Governing Body of Pool. World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA). 2018. Retrieved 2018-07-21.
  7. ^ "Members of EPBF". EPBF.com. European Pocket Billiard Federation. 1 January 2018. Retrieved 2018-07-21.

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