About Us

Three equally felt desires: to bring back an international event of aquatic disciplines in Italy 13 years after the sporting success of the 2009 World Championships;

further promote the aquatic disciplines that count over 5,000,000 practitioners, spread the culture of water and feed the prevention of accidents and drownings through techniques and tools that allow you to experience the sea in a responsible way along the 8000 kilometers of Italian coasts and the lakes and rivers;

continue to use the facilities inherited from the 2009 World Cup which, together with the more than 1,400 affiliated companies, represent the driving force for the increase of basic activities and for the training of top athletes.

These are the conditions that led the Italian Swimming Federation to apply to host the 2022 European Championships and the driving force behind the Rome 2022 Committee, set up to manage the organization.

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ROMA 2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President: Andrea Pieri
Member: Klaus Dibiasi
Member: Giampiero Mauretti

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

Executive Director: Bruno Campanile
Managing Director: Giorgio Lalle
Media & Broadcaster Director: Eugenio De Paoli
Marketing & Sponsorships Director: Andrea Polimeno
Legal Advisor: Marco Rago

ROMA 2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President:
Andrea Pieri
Member:
Klaus Dibiasi
Member:
Giampiero Mauretti

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

Executive Director:
Bruno Campanile
Managing Director:
Giorgio Lalle
Media & Broadcaster Director:
Eugenio De Paoli
Marketing & Sponsorships Director:
Andrea Polimeno
Legal Advisor:
Marco Rago

NOTICES

AVVISO AVVIO PRECEDURA NEGOZIATA

La Società per la Organizzazione dei Campionati Europei di Nuoto 2022, European Aquatics Championships 2022 informa di aver dato avvio alla procedura negoziata – ai sensi dell’articolo 1, punto 2, lettera b) del decreto legge 16/7/2020 n. 76 convertito in legge in data 11/9/2020 n. 120 e modificato dall’art. 51 del decreto legge 31/5/2021 n. 77, entrato in vigore in data 1/6/2021 e ss.m.i. – per l’acquisizione dei servizi relativi all’organizzazione delle seguenti manifestazioni:

  • 36th LEN European Championships in Swimming, Diving, Artistic Swimming, Open Water and High Diving – Campionati Europei di Nuoto – Roma 11 agosto 2022 – 21 agosto 2022;
  • 18th European Masters Championships Water Polo, Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming And Open Water Swimming 2022 – Campionati Europei Masters di Nuoto – Roma 24 agosto al 4 settembre 2022.


L’Operatore economico selezionato dovrà garantire alla Società il supporto -attraverso una tecnologia per la gestione dei servizi integrati- alla vendita di biglietteria per entrambe le suddette manifestazioni, eseguendo un’attività di supporto organizzativo relativa ad ogni aspetto della vendita e controllo dei tagliandi per gli accessi all’evento, come meglio indicato nel capitolato tecnico al quale si rimanda.

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ROMA2022: THE NUMBERS

Between 1983 and 2022 the world has changed, and consequently did the world of sport and swimming. During the 1983 European Championships in Rome, which lasted 8 days, 29 countries participated. Italy has become a leading force in swimming, while never-seen emotions erupted during the finals, especially when Giovanni Franceschi claimed wins in the 200m and 400m medley events which was hailed as a miracle, and the bronze medals earned by Paolo Revelli in the 200 m butterfly and in the 4x200 m men’s freestyle events also prompted wild celebrations.

The top nations were East Germany, winning all the women’s swimming races, and the USSR, featuring among others the grand Vladimir Salnikov. The walls were still standing at that time and Soviets, Yugoslavians and Czechoslovakians swam united under the same flag.

As a comparison, the European championships in Rome next August will last two weeks;  52 nations are set to take part and 1.500 athletes will gather to compete in 74 finals for 222 medals.

This will be followed by the Masters who will compete for the first time in a European championship in Italy. Over 11,000 athletes will travel to Rome to participate in swimming, artistic swimming, open water swimming, diving and water polo competitions. More than 1500 podiums are up for grabs for over 500 competitions open to all ages in the name of fun and aggregation: a showcase of psycho-physical well-being produced by aquatic disciplines.

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