Fédération Internationale d’Inter-Crosse (FIIC)

Fédération Internationale d’Inter-Crosse (FIIC)

Homepage: http://www.intercrosse.tk/
Rules and regulations: http://www.inter-crosse.com/rules/Rulebook_ENG.doc

History:

Founded in June 1985 in Paris, France, the Fédération Internationale d’Inter-Crosse (FIIC) is the international organization that unifies various national federations into contributing and promoting the sport. The Federation’s core values include movement, autonomy, respect, and communication. FIIC prides itself in being a democratic, non-profit, apolitical, and non-discriminatory organization. FIIC is managed by a board of directors who governs in accordance to the federation’s present Constitution.

The year 1987 marks the year when the first World Games organized by FIIC took place. This annual international tournament is unique in such a way that there are no national teams – members of each competing group are randomly selected. Today, the World Games remain as the largest intercrosse event in the world, attracting more than 100 participants annually.