NOC*NSF

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NOC*NSF
NOC*NSF logo
NOC*NSF logo
Country/Region Netherlands
CodeNED
Created1912 (Olympic committee)
Recognized1912
Continental
Association
EOC
HeadquartersNational Sports Centre Papendal, near Arnhem, Netherlands
PresidentAndré Bolhuis
Secretary GeneralGerard Dielessen
Websitewww.nocnsf.nl
NPC*NEDERLAND
NPC*NEDERLAND logo
Logo
National Paralympic Committee
Country Netherlands
CodeNED
Created2007
Recognized2007
Continental
Association
EPC
HeadquartersNational Sports Centre Papendal, near Arnhem, Netherlands
PresidentWim Ludeke
Secretary GeneralAndré Cats
Websitewww.paralympisch.nl

The Dutch Olympic Committee*Dutch Sports Federation, (Dutch: Nederlands Olympisch Comité*Nederlandse Sport Federatie) generally abbreviated NOC*NSF, is the overall coordinating Dutch sports organization that also functions as the Dutch National Olympic Committee and National Paralympic Committee.

Based at the National Sports Centre Papendal in Arnhem, it is a federation of 90 sports organizations, representing about 2700 individual sports clubs.[1]

IOC Members[edit]

Member Term
Baron Frits van Tuyll van Serooskerken 1898-1924
Baron Alphert Schimmelpenninck van der Oye 1925-1943
P. W. Scharroo 1924-1957
Charles Pahud de Mortanges 1946-1964
Jonkheer Herman Adriaan van Karnebeek 1964-1977
Kees Kerdel 1977-1986
Els van Breda Vriesman 2001-2008
Anton Geesink 1987-2010
Hein Verbruggen 1998-2008
Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands 1998-2013
Camiel Eurlings 2013-present

Team NL[edit]

Team NL[2] is the sports team project with the goal of closer association of athletes and fans. It was created joined forces 29 sports associations and NOC*NSF that represents the Dutch athletes 365 days a year at an international top level at European Championships, World Championships and Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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